The well-known standup comic—a native of Long Beach who graduated from Wilson in 1994—plays a high school teacher trying to make a difference among a diverse group of underperforming students.
For the show’s first season, the filmers spent 12 days in town shooting scenes for the series’ 10 episodes, at Bluff Park, Bixby Village Golf Course, a residence on 46th Street and other locations.
The apartment should be on the first floor or should be in a building with an elevator big enough to hold a 350-pound, 6-foot-tall llama.
Community Hospital is taking an easy star role playing a hospital in a CBS pilot, “Under the Bridge,” starring Jennifer Morrison, of “House.”
Tom Cruise will reprise his role as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell in “Top Gun: Maverick,” set for release in summer 2020. Scenes are being filmed now outside the Long Beach breakwater.
Film crews are rebuilding Alfredo’s Beach Club to look more or less the way the restaurant/snack bar used to look before the the city made its former owner clean up the once-funky beach hangout.
Long Beach almost played host to a bit of latter-day TV cross-pollination on Thursday afternoon.
Traffic will impacted on Pine Avenue and Long Beach Boulevard, as film crews will be stopping motor vehicles intermittently throughout the day through Wednesday.
The upcoming true-crime Bravo network series, “Dirty John,” based on the 2017 podcast and print series about the twisted and bizarre saga of a Newport Beach single mom and her lover-turned-stalker, is being filmed all over Long Beach.
The show is set in the town of Long Beach, and crews have done a lot of filming here for the series’ first season, filming exteriors at several locations, including Bluff Park, a residence on 46th Street and the Bixby Village Golf Course.