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"Sneaky Pete" will film scenes for its second season in Ridgewood on Friday.

Scenes for season two of Amazon Video’s “Sneaky Pete” television series will be filmed at the Parts R Us junkyard in Ridgewood on Friday, July 14.

Interior and exterior scenes will be shot at 1937 Flushing Ave., on the Ridgewood/Maspeth border, between noon and 8 p.m. In the scene, an actor goes to the junkyard to purchase a used auto part.

For the duration of the filming, parking will be restricted at these locations:

  • Metropolitan Avenue between Woodward and Flushing avenues on the entire south side;
  • Troutman Street between Woodward and Flushing avenues for half of the east side of the block; and
  • The entire east and west sides of Starr Street between Woodward and Metropolitan avenues.

“Sneaky Pete” was co-created by “Breaking Bad” actor Bryan Cranston, and stars Giovanni Ribisi as Marius Josipovic, a released convict who assumes the identity of his cellmate in order to avoid his past life. Cranston also appears as Vince in the show’s first season.

You can watch season one of “Sneaky Pete” on Amazon Video.

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