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TV show pilot episode filmed in Reading

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TV show pilot episode filmed in Reading

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http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/7289654?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Mon, 12 Mar 2018 02:07:56 +0000 TV show pilot episode filmed in Reading TV show pilot episode filmed in Reading http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/7289654?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WFMZ Allentown, PA sparked the fights. >>>will lewis: if you happened to be in the reading area today, you may have seen some filming for a ?v show. a cast and crew were shooting a pilot episode at the historic franklin street station. wfmz's josh rultenberg was invited behin?th?scenes this afternoon and has more from reading. >>santo d. marabella, creator & executive producer 'franklin street station' "i think this project can be a little bit about what reading is." >>reporter lights. camera.... >>nats 'action' >>reporter the cast and crew of the tv show, 'franklin street station' shooting the series' pilot for the third and final day sunday in reading. >>santo d. marabella, creator & executive producer 'franklin street station' "we're trying to do everything we can to demonstrate that we really do know what we're doing. little old reading people." >>nats '44 pick up lisa take one' >>reporter the premise centers around four employees and a passenger who are stuck inside the station waiting for a train to return and has a universal theme of feeling stuck. >>santo d. marabella, creator & executive producer 'franklin street station' "whether it's at work or in relationships or just in general, we feel like that mime in the box who can't get out of the box." >>reporter reading native, santo d. marabella is the creator and executive director. he says he picked to shoot in reading because he is committed to the area and there's no place like home. >>santo d. marabella, creator & executive producer 'franklin street station' "when we can hire, we hire people from this community which is seven of the 12 actors are readin?based or reading natives." >>nat "i like you two." >>reporter sunday was special for over 100 local extras like reading's trista mayo who played the role of visitors taking one last tour of the station which will be knocked down. >> trista mayo, extra "i've never been apart of any kind of tv show before but it's a great experience." >>reporter marabella, who wrote the script in the fall, is hoping to have the pilot edited and ready to be shopped around to different networks by the end of the month. >>santo d. marabella, creator &





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