Thursday, August 3 Filming Locations for Bull, Shameless, Mr. Robot, & more!

Here's a look at various filming locations for August 3: 

Filming in California

TV Series: Here, Now
Stars: Holly Hunter
Location: 711 S Hope St, Los Angeles (7:00 AM - 11:00 PM)

TV Series: Criminal Minds
Stars: Matthew Gray Gubler
Location: Quixote Studios, Electronics Pl, Los Angeles

Filming in Illinois

Here's a list of street closures for Shameless in Chicago:

2100 S Christiana Ave
1900 S Throop St
329 W 18th St
3452 W 21st St (through Aug. 5)
2148 S Homan Ave (through Aug. 5)

Filming in New York‏

TV Series: Shades of Blue
Stars: Jennifer Lopez
Location: Kaufman Astoria Studios, Astoria

TV Series: Instinct
Stars: Alan Cumming
Location: Leroy St and Hudson St, NYC

TV Series: Law and Order: SVU
Stars: Mariska Hargitay
Location: Chelsea Piers, NYC

TV Series: Mozart in the Jungle
Stars: Gael García Bernal
Location: SUNY Purchase

Movie: Week Of
Stars: Adam Sandler
Location: 3rd St and St. Rocco Pl, Glen Cove

TV Series: Crashing
Stars: Pete Holmes
Location: 3rd St and 6th Ave, NYC
Credit: @kucksuelwhan

TV Series: Bull
Stars: Michael Weatherly
Location: Park Ave and 49th St. NYC
Credit: @lapo1234

Movie: Isn't It Romantic
Stars: Rebel Wilson
Location: 7th Ave and W 35th St, NYC and South End Ave, Battery Park City 
Credit: @BrockVond, @Lavesq, @Fozziebare, @kewpiesmom1206 , @MelissaY1

TV Series: Mr. Robot
Stars: Rami Malek
Location: 28th St and Broadway, NYC
Credit: Michael, @gregdotgilbert

Movie: Windows on the World
Stars: Ryan Guzman
Location: Albemarle and McDonald in Brooklyn 
Credit: @sarbear5727

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We're always looking for more info...know where something's filming? Send us a Tip via email at [email protected] or leave a comment in the bottom of this post! And, as always, a huge THANK YOU to those who helped us with today's info!



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