The Showtime TV series 'Dexter' is shooting on Pomona Avenue in Long Beach.
Inside a 1920s-era red-tiled cottage, Michael C. Hall, who portrays blood spatter expert Dexter Morgan, filmed interior scenes. The production lights created day-like beams through the arched and white trimmed front windows of the home on Pomona Avenue.
Among those spotted Thursday evening was actor David Zayas, who plays Sgt. Angel Batista in the series.
Hall was said to be directing the shoot of what may be the hit series' final season.
The 'Dexter' production has been a regular visitor to Long Beach's waterfront neighborhoods for years, recently shooting near the Colorado Lagoon and Pierpoint Landing near the Aquarium of the Pacific downtown. Most locals seem to either love the show or at least take the inconvenience in stride.
"It's interesting and fun," one man told a security guard. "You guys are pretty nice about us lookyloos."
Taping was expected to wrap Thursday about 7 p.m. at the Pomona Avenue location. It could then relocate and resume Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Look for the orange cones like those pictured for no-parking zones.
Residents should also remember that Friday is street sweeping all over the Belmont Shore area.
As police on hand suggested, plan extra time to find parking and navigate streets closed for location shooting.
We saw signs on both sides of 2nd Street on Bay Shore, and on 1st Street.
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The production crew and cast, including Hall, were also spotted last week.
'Dexter' airs on Showtime and revolves around a Miami forensics expert who solves crimes by day and is a serial killer - of serial killers who evade punishment - by night.
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