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Eris Brewery & Cider House Turned Into Police Station For TV Show

By Patty Wetli | March 22, 2016 8:46am | Updated on March 22, 2016 12:24pm
 Eris Brewery and Cider House was transformed into a police station for the filming of the Fox television pilot
Eris Brewery and Cider House was transformed into a police station for the filming of the Fox television pilot "A.P.B."
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OLD IRVING PARK — Eris Brewery and Cider House, still very much under construction, received a quick Hollywood makeover Tuesday as it was transformed into a police station for the Fox television pilot "A.P.B."

To accommodate filming, parking restrictions are in place through 11 p.m. Tuesday on Irving Park Road, between Tripp and Lowell on the north side of the street, and between Kostner and Kenneth on the south side. Expect intermittent traffic control on Irving Park Road from Lowell to Keeler.

Old Irving Park has been a hotbed of filming activity lately, first with the "Chicago P.D." crew, and now for "A.P.B."

 

According to Variety, "A.P.B."'s executive producers include David Slack, creator of "Person of Interest," and Len Wiseman, creator of "Sleepy Hollow."

Justin Kirk, best known for "Weeds," and Eric Winter of "The Mentalist" have been tapped to star in the series, which revolves around a tech billionaire (Kirk) who purchases a "troubled police precinct in the wake of a loved one's murder ... and sets out to rethink everything about the way cops do business," according to Variety.

For info on where shows like "Chicago P.D.," "Chicago Fire" and "Empire" are shooting around town, check out Filming in Chicago (@filming_chicago) on Twitter.

 

APB about to drop on Chicago. What a great city! @foxtv @20thcenturyfoxtv #chicago #tvpilot #APB

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Off to Chicago! Excited to be part of this cast @foxtv @20thcenturyfoxtv #APB

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