Williamsburg and Greenpoint better be ready for their close-ups next week.
"Broad City" and "Saturday Night Live" will be taping in the North Brooklyn on Monday.
"Broad City" will film one scene for its upcoming third season outside Swallow Cafe at 493 Driggs Ave. The cafe will be made over as the "Dominique Daas Bakery," where Abbi "waits online to get the monthly special donut," according to a notice sent to City Council District 33 from the New York City Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting.
The "Dominique Daas Bakery" can only be parody of the Dominique Ansel Bakery in SoHo, which is known for the doughnut-croissant hybrid pastry it sells, the cronut, and putting out an exotic new flavor every month. (Past flavors include "matcha golden pineapple" and "caramelized malt Valrhona milk chocolate with Maldon salt.")
The sitcom widely praised as one 2014's best new shows is filming a second scene, in which Abbi teaches an exercise class, inside the Soulstice spin studio, which will be recreated at 193 N. 9th St.
The late-night sketch show "Saturday Night Live" will be shooting a scene showing a couple outside and inside their apartment at 991 Lorimer St. for the premiere of its 41st season on Oct. 3, hosted by pop star Miley Cyrus.
Parking around all these locations will be reserved for the filming crews. Come creep around the fringes for possible sighting.