HomeTVAndersonAnderson Gets New Studio in Season 2 Luke Kerr February 29, 2012 Anderson, Talk Shows 5 Comments After getting a second season renewal for his talk show Anderson last fall, it looks like Anderson Cooper’s daytime talker is getting a new studio for its upcoming second season, according to Deadline. The talker, which has originated from Jazz at Lincoln Center’s The Allen Room since its September launch, will be moving to the CBS Broadcast Center in New York. The show will take over the stage currently occupied by another daytime syndicated strip, The Nate Berkus Show, which will wrap its run at the end of this season. 5 Responses Greeneb2 February 29, 2012 Go, Anderson, Go–Woo, Woo!! :party: :party: Log in to Reply AdamDrake February 29, 2012 That’s a real shame! I was at a taping of one of his first shows, and I fell in love with that gorgeous scene of New York City out that spectacular window! I’m going to miss that. Log in to Reply p3wong February 29, 2012 Is this an upgrade or a downgrade? – The view from his current studio is amazing! Log in to Reply AdamDrake February 29, 2012 It’s a downgrade, and it’s probably very expensive. Anderson’s ratings are lower than expected, so this is all about cost-cutting, despite what they say. Log in to Reply sallyv March 1, 2012 Too bad. That studio is what makes the show more enjoyable to watch. If they want better ratings for the show, they still need to tweek the format more. No more Debbie-Downer shows. Daytime should be upbeat and fun. I know Anderson is more of a hard-news guy on CNN, but he can be very funny and entertaining, like he’s been with Kelly Ripa. He’s one of the best guest co-hosts she has had. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.