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Photos by Suzanne Monteverdi/QNS
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Signage posted along 39th Avenue indicating television series "The Americans" will film in Bayside on Thursday.

Bayside will serve as the backdrop for yet another television filming this week.

The FX drama “The Americans” will film along Bell Boulevard and Corporal Stone Street in areas between 36th and 41st Avenues this Thursday, Dec. 1, according to posted signage. Vehicles parked near affixed “No Parking” signage must be moved the night before filming: by 10 p.m on Wednesday, Nov. 30.

The action drama takes place during the Cold War era and stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys. The pair play undercover KGB spies in an arranged marriage posing as Americans in suburban Washington D.C. The show is produced by former CIA officer and novelist Joe Weisburg.

“The Americans” also filmed in Bayside back in January 2013 shortly after the show’s series premiere.

The latest episode to air was the season 4 finale on June 8. The show was renewed for season 5 and 6 — its final two seasons — earlier this year, according to reports.

Two other popular television shows also filmed in the Bayside area recently: “Power” and “Law and Order: SVU” both filmed in the vicinity of Bayside High School earlier this month.

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