Details Emerge on the New 'Tonight Show' Set in New York NY Post

Jimmy Fallon's new set for NBC’s retooled "Tonight Show," which will move to New York City after Jay Leno steps down, will look like a Broadway theater, reports the New York Post.

The network is gutting a studio on the sixth floor of 30 Rockefeller Center, punching through the ceiling to create a balcony that will provide the feeling of a Broadway theater, the story notes.

It will also seat 50 more people than Leno's 300-seat studio in Burbank, Calif.

"The Dr. Oz Show" is getting kicked out of its sixth-floor studio as a result, the piece adds. Construction will start this summer.