This tour might be a bit of a letdown if you think you will get to see some celebrities while taking the tour of this active production studio. We found that the tour guides actually go out of their way to avoid being anywhere near a filming location. Mostly, you ride around in a golf cart while the guide points out studio buildings and tells you what show is/was filmed inside. We did get to go inside one of the studios that was used to film a show of which no one in our cart of eight tourists had ever even heard of or seen on television. There were a lot of outdoor areas at the studios that the guide pointed out and then showed us a movie clip on her iPad so that we could see the scene that was filmed at that location. We did find that part of the tour fun and enjoyable. To her credit our guide was quite knowledgeable of the history of the studios and was able to provide quite a bit of background information. All in all it is a pricey tour that did not meet our expectations and you in no way feel like a VIP. Requesting free studio audience tickets in advance to sit in on one of the shows might be a better use of your time if you want to see actual filming taking place. Participating in true tourist activities can be hit or miss and this one was a miss for the whole family.