Disney's Hollywood Studios is a real television and movie studio built into
a theme park setting... or is it the other way around? Some of Disney
World's best E ticket attractions lie within the studios including the new
Rock n' Roller Coaster and Twilight Zone: Tower of Terror.
Click here for a Disney Studios Map
Hollywood Studios has nearly doubled in size since
opening day in 1989. It continues to expand with all-new thrilling
attractions, Broadway-style shows and backstage glimpses.
Some of the many television shows which have taped at Disney-MGM Studios
include: "ER," "Full House," "Wheel of Fortune," "Thunder in Paradise,"
"Miss Collegiate African American Pageant" and "ESPN College Football
In the mid '80s, a greatly expanded production schedule for the Walt Disney
Company demanded more facilities. Rather than buy expensive land in California,
the company realized it had plenty of land in Florida and the opportunity to
combine its new production facilities with a chance for Walt Disney World guests
to see behind the scenes of movie and television production.
Disney's Hollywood Studios was originally called Disney-MGM Studios. The name
changed in January 2008.
Going On At Disney's Hollywood Studios
Pixar Pals Countdown to Fun
from the Disney•Pixar films take to the streets in the all-new,
high-energy daily parade “Pixar Pals Countdown to Fun” at Disney’s
Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
The upbeat and fun-filled procession down Hollywood Boulevard features
energetic dancers and stars from “Toy Story,” “Up,” “The Incredibles,”
“A Bug’s Life,” “Ratatouille,” and “Monsters, Inc.”.