Final day, part of a double-up and split crew. Worked on the stages and got a visit from my lovely family who brought cupcakes adorned with Chicago Cubs logos in advance of my trip to see them play in the World Series immediately upon wrap. (Pictures forthcoming – of the cupcakes at least.)
Solid end to a mostly fun shoot. Now on to post, a few weeks of, and then the next show in December.
Spent a short day with three scenes, overlapping with the incoming episode so we had a split crew also known as a double-up day. Just about a half day of work which was nice. Final day tomorrow.
Didn’t get a chance to watch How to Get Away With Murder from last night or Criminal Minds from the night before but sounds like they went over well.
Two straight days of episodes I directed! Today is How to Get Away With Murder, 10pm Eastern/Pacific. And, once again, I can’t write that detail a post because I’m busy on The Catch (also part of the ShondaLand universe).
Tune in, five readers!
All day on the main AVI set. We have some great guest cast in this episode, that’s all I can say about that until this airs some time early next year. Again, the World Series Game 2 was a topic of conversation.
Hello, five readers! My episode of Criminal Minds airs today on CBS. It was my first show for CBS and was a lot of fun to do. I won’t be able to watch it – or to write a more extensive post here – because (a) I’m still working on The Catch and (b) the Chicago Cubs are in the World Series.
But I really loved that cast and crew, especially fellow Chicagoan and Cubs fan Joe Mantegna. He’ll probably be watching the Cubs, too.
Tune in – 9pm Eastern/Pacific!
More work in one of our new standing sets including some fun scenes I’m not at liberty to discuss. Also, Game 1 of the World Series featuring the Chicago Cubs (this may have been a big topic of discussion on set for some reason).
All day in the AVI – Alice Vaughn Investigations where a bulk of each show takes place. Great set with lots of white and glass. Back at it tomorrow.