TV Shows Taping in New York

As a native New Yorker, I'm proud to see my city becoming the New Hollywood, as more and more television productions (and even major motion pictures) tape in New York. We've all heard the big news that The Tonight Show will move to the Big Apple when Jimmy Fallon takes over the reins from Jay Leno. Here's a list of many of the shows produced in NYC.

106 and Park
30 Rock
The Americans
Anderson Live
Billy on the Street
Black Ink
Blogger Girls
Blue Bloods
Boardwalk Empire
The Carrie Diaries
CBS This Morning
Celebrity Ghost Stories
The Chew
The Colbert Report
CSI: NY (primarily in Los Angeles)
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Dateline NBC
Dates from Hell
Deadly Worlds Hidden Dangers
The Dr. Oz Show
The Early Show
Emeril Live
Jerry Springer
The Following
FOX and Friends
Golden Boy
Good Day New York
Good Morning America
The Good Wife
The Haunting of...
Hip Hop Gossip Girl
How I Met Your Mother (primarily in Los Angeles)
I Killed My BFF Impractical Jokers
Inside Amy Schumer
The Insider
Inside the Actors Studio
In Treatment
The Jeremy Kyle Show
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Late Show with David Letterman
Law and Order: Special Victims Unit
Live from Lincoln Center
Live! with Kelly and Michael
Made in Jersey
The Michael J. Fox Project
Mike Colameco's Real Food
NBC Sports
NYC Life
Officially Amazing
Onion News Room
Orange Is the New Black
The Ordained
The People's Court
Person of Interest
The Rachael Ray Show
Real Sports 2013
Royal Pains
Saturday Night Live
Sesame Street
Steve Wilkos
Taste NY
The Trisha Goddard Show
The View
Watch What Happens Live
The Wendy Williams Show
White Collar
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Zero Hour

This is far from a comprehensive list (and a few may have been cancelled since the last time I researched this). More will surely come.  The entertainment industry has been very good to New York, and we have been very good to show biz.