Famous TV Homes
Forget must-see TV - check out these must-see TV homes! We dug out some Famous TV Homes from your favorite shows, both current and past. Take a look at the Bird's Eye View on these, and let us know if you know some famous homes too
What, no more f***ing ziti? The Sopranos may have faded to black, but the house will be forever ingrained in our brains: Tony's daily trip down the driveway to get the paper, AJ's suicide attempt in the pool, and all of the family drama that simmered in the Sopranos' Jersey mansion. Not to mention the countless pans of ziti ...
Charlie, the tousled star of Numb3rs, tore himself away from abstractions long enough to buy the family Craftsman. Charlie's chalky solutions again come to the rescue of the FBI (and his brother) in the third season. (Now if only he'd comb his hair.)
When they weren't in rehab, the O.C. characters could often be found at the Cohen's red-tile-roof mansion. (It was supposed to be in Newport Beach, but Malibu apparently would do.) And if you are looking for the fab pool house where Ryan played, uh, host to Marissa, it's not there: It's a studio fantasy.
When the "dreamy" docs are away from Seattle Grace, they doff their scrubs at Meredith's family's home in Seattle. The hedge needs a little trimming; do you think Meredith will take up the pruner instead of the scalpel?
Seven new strangers shared this sumptuous waterfront pad while they set up a spray tanning biz. See the peaceful, lapping water? Don't count on it: two hurricanes plus some waves of roommate drama are forming offshore.
Cool teen aliens Max and Isabel Evans lived in this Southwestern-style home set in Roswell, New Mexico, for the television series (1999-2002), but in real life, this home is located in Covina, Calif.
The actual home of Ozzie, Harriet, David and Ricky was used for exterior shots for one of television's first sitcom's (1952-66). Appropriately, the home is a couple of blocks away from the famous Hollywood Boulevard, the Walk of Fame and Grauman's Chinese Theater.
Oil built the house that tycoon Blake Carrington and his histrionic family inhabited during the 1980s soap, Dynasty. Though the series' setting was Colorado, the house is actually in California — a much better setting for vampy Alexis.
This spinoff from the CBS hit Dallas followed the lives of four married couples who lived in a small, California coastal community of "Knots Landing." In reality, this cul-de-sac house on "Seaview Circle" is not near the ocean.
Recalling the days when "men were men," the Bunkers' row house sticks to its blue-collar Flushing roots. You can almost see "Meathead" opening the door to face the 1970's generation gap head-on.
Samantha must have twitched her nose to get herself this nice spread — though it's in Santa Monica, not Morning Glory Circle, Connecticut, where the 1964-72 show was placed.