Friday, Dec. 4 Filming Locations for Live By Night, Blue Bloods, SVU, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, & more!

Here’s a look at some of the movies and TV shows filming on location on Friday, Dec. 4, 2015:

Filming in California

TV Series: The Catch
Location: 960 E 3rd St, Los Angeles (7:00 AM – 2:00 PM)

Movie: Live By Night 
Stars: Ben Affleck
Location: 506 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles (7:00 AM – 4:00 AM)

TV Series: Castle
Stars: Nathan Fillion
Location: Raleigh Studios, Los Angeles 

Filming in Illinois

TV Series: Chicago PD/Chicago Med 
Stars: Sophia Bush/Torrey DeVitto
Location: 1648 W Kinzie, Chicago

 Filming in New York‏

TV Series: Blindspot 
Stars: Jaimie Alexander
Location: Fort Totten, Bayside

TV Series: Gotham
Stars: Ben McKenzie
Locaiton: Bay St and Vanderbilt Ave, Staten Island

TV Series: Mysteries of Laura
Stars: Debra Messing
Location: 5th Ave and W 31st St, NYC

TV Series: Limitless
Stars: Jennifer Carpenter
Location: Broadway Stages, Ridgewood 

TV Series: The Get Down
Stars: Jimmy Smits
Location: in studio in Glendale

TV Series: Criminal Justice 
Location: 1000 Dean St, Brooklyn

TV Series: Divorce 
Stars: Sarah Jessica Parker
Location: Willow Pond Rd and Benedict Rd, Staten Island

TV Series:Blue Bloods
Stars: Donnie Wahlberg
Location: Church and Duane St, NYC
Credit: @tribecacitizen

Movie: Girl on the Train
Stars: Emily Blunt
Location: Macy Avenue between Gedney Esplanade and Robinhood Road, White Plains

TV Series: Law and Order: SVU
Stars: Mariska Hargitay
Location: 47th and 9th Ave, NYC (through Friday)
Credit: @LoloNelson

TV Series: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Stars: Ellie Kemper
Location: Wythe ave and N 12, Brooklyn

Filming in Tennessee

TV Series: Nashville 
Stars: Connie Britton
Location: 444 Brick Church Park Dr, Nashville

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