BUCKLAND, Mass. (WWLP) – Crews filming from Showtime will be in the Buckland and Shelburne areas starting Tuesday.
Showtime is scheduled to film a new TV series called “Marble” from April 6 through April 16. According to the Buckland Police Department, production will take place in the Shelburne Falls village of Buckland and Shelburne that will include some late night shoots scheduled for April 6th – 9th and April 15th and 16th.
“Marble” is believed to actually be the next installment of the Showtime hit series Dexter, which ended back in 2013. 22News spoke with one Dexter fan who was hoping to catch a glimpse of the action.
“I’ve been a fan and I watched it like three times. I didn’t think it was a very good ending,” said Paul Bothilette.
“Maybe they have time to redeem themselves, yeah,” said Patti.
Police Detail Officers will be in place to direct traffic during road closures and parking restrictions for filming in the following areas:
- State Street (between North Street and Depot Street)
- Conway Street
- In Shelburne – Bridge Street (between State Street in Buckland up to Main Street)
MassDOT has approved the Iron Bridge to be closed as follows:
- Thursday April 8 (estimated time, 10AM – 7PM)
- Monday April 12 (estimated time, 6AM – 1PM)
- Tuesday April 13 (estimated time, 6AM – 10AM)
The Marble production crew is working closely with the towns of Shelburne and Buckland as well the Police and Fire departments to coordinate filming details. Residents and commuters will be should expect delays around the downtown village area.