‘My Dead Boyfriend’ & ‘Carrie Diaries’ Filming on the LES Today

Posted on: October 28th, 2013 at 10:00 am by
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The Lower East Side will be overrun with filming activities today as two projects are in the works.

Over on the outskirts of Hell Square, a new romantic comedy starring Heather Graham is set to return. The production, entitled My Dead Boyfriend, is based on the bestselling novel Dogrun, which centers on “a woman living in the East Village circa 1999.” Crews had been filming scenes at The Box on Friday evening; today’s shoot is predominantly situated near the junction of Allen and Stanton Streets. And then there’s also the bonus location of Bowery and Bleecker.

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Further south on the Bowery, the WB will park its personnel for their shitty show, The Carrie Diaries. There really isn’t much else to comment on this development. Read this piece for a recap of how we feel about the series.

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