10+ TV Shows That Used The Same Sets As Other Popular Shows

Have you ever been watching your favorite TV show and for some unexplained reason, felt a deep sense of deja vu? Well, I'm here to tell you that you aren't alone.

The reason this happens is that many of the sets we see on TV are often recycled. Have a look at these 10+ TV Shows that used the same sets as other popular shows and see for yourself!

*90210* and *Entourage* shoot at the same popular LA hangouts.

Both of these series not only shot in LA but are based in Tinsel Town as well. It only makes sense that some of the same popular landmarks would cross over.

More specifically, both film at the Tropicana Bar as well as the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

*This Is Us* and *7th Heaven* film in the same house.


I grew up watching 7th Heaven (don't judge me) so I like to think that I know the ins and outs of the Camden house pretty well.

But even I was shocked to learn that Randall's house in This Is Us is one and the same!

*One Tree Hill* and *Dawson's Creek* filmed in the exact same location.

Both Dawson's Creek, as well as One Tree Hill, shot in the small town of Wilmington, North Carolina.

The house that Chris Wolfe used to live in on the Creek was later repurposed as Rachel Gatina's from OTH.

Don Draper from *Mad Men* and Jessica Day from *New Girl* drink in the same bar.


I always thought that the bar in New Girl seemed a little out of place. It exudes a sense of classical elegance that's a tad unfitting for a mixologist such as Nick Miller.

Now, could I see Don Draper enjoy an evening Old Fashioned there? Absolutely.

*Boy Meets World* shares several of the same interiors with *According To Jim*.

You could be forgiven for not noticing the similarities between these two shows, considering the time gap between them.

Look closely thought and you'll see that the living room and kitchen are identical.

*Arrested Development* and *Even Stevens* shot scenes at the same high school.

Can you imagine if Louis Stevens and George Michael were to run into one another in the halls at school?

Oh, what I would give to be a fly on the wall for that meet-cute.

Lex Luthor from *Smallville* lent his mansion to Oliver Queen in *Arrow*.


I suppose it makes sense when you stop and think about it. I mean, series are CW shows, so when the time came to find a mansion for Ollie I'm presuming that the producers knew just who to ask.

*Leave It To Beaver* looks eerily similar to Wisteria Lane from *Desperate Housewives*.

It's almost befitting that Wisteria Lane is where the Cleavers and the women of Desperate Housewives call home.

If you fall through the looking glass in Leave it to Beaver, you'd inevitably wind up in the Desperate Housewives universe.

*Friends* and *Full House* share a hallway with one another.

I know, I didn't want to believe it at first either.

But spruce up the walls a bit, run a carpet down the hallway, and what you've got is the upstairs of the Tanner residence!

*Buffy the Vampire Slayer* and *Beverly Hills 90210* both filmed at the same high school.


I'd be able to spot those Spanish-style arches anywhere. In fact, if you photoshopped Sarah Michelle Gellar's face onto Tori Spellings, I don't think anyone would be able to tell a difference.

*Saved By The Bell* and *iCarly* also go to the same school.

I knew those lockers locked familiar! They're the exact same ones that a certain blonde-haired trouble maker and his buff Gerry-curled frenemy occupied during their time spent at Bayside High.

I can still hear Mr. Belding yelling "hey, hey, hey — what's going on here?!"

*Gilmore Girls* and *Pretty Little Liars* have more in common than you'd think.

Did the glass in your mind just explode in the same way mine did after having this pointed out to you? How did I never see it before?!

It seems so obvious now.

The living room set from *Roseanne* is identical to that of *Mike And Molly*.


I spent a lot of time in my youth watching the Connors sit in front of the TV. Mike and Molly may have spruced up the place a bit, but that living room is 100% Dan and Roseanne's.

Crew members from *Stark Trek* once visited Mayberry from *The Andy Griffith Show*.


Take a look over Captain Kirk's left shoulder, does that building look familiar?

If you're a fan of The Andy Griffith show, then it certainly should. That's the Mayberry Bank!

Jim and Pam from *The Office* found out that they were pregnant at Sacred Heart Hospital from *Scrubs*.


I can't count the number of times I've seen both of these shows, yet I was never able to piece it together.

It's almost as if I can see JD and Dr. Cox in the room with them!