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Take a TV Location-Inspired Tour of NYC Thanks to MapHook

Take a TV Location-Inspired Tour of NYC Thanks to MapHook

These days, when it comes to television production, it seems like there’s no better place to be than New York City. This past pilot season, the Big Apple hosted 15 new productions, many of which were picked up to series. Beyond hosting classics such as Law & Order, the city’s also home to shows not actually set there like The Blacklist. But for the ones that actually take place in The City That Never Sleeps, many locations have become famous thanks to hit shows that have called the country’s largest metropolitan area home. Seinfeld, Sex and the City, How I Met Your Mother, and many more have transformed the city into a mecca of location oddities for TV fans, and now, thanks to MapHook, you can pinpoint a slew of them, made famous by various shows:

H&H Bagels, Gray’s Papaya, McGee’s Pub, this map is seriously rocking some favorites. If you’re looking to partake in a TV-inspired tour of New York City, this new collection of filming locations is a great place to start. As New York City continues expanding its production market for networks across the television landscape, we have no doubt more and more hot spots are going to be added to this map in the coming years, and that means more places that will turn a simple vacation into a television fan’s scavenger hunt dream.

Which location on the map is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

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Comments

  1. John says:

    This misses a whole borough! Boardwalk Empire and Gotham have been filming on Staten Island all summer.  

  2. Jerry says:

    Local Precinct – Person of Interest.  Walked by it a million times on my way to the UPS Center.  Never realized! Downloaded the app – now I see spots everywhere!

  3. The Bada Bing’s real name is  Satin Dolls