New CBS drama ‘Bull’ scheduled to film in Ridgewood and Middle Village on Thursday

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Ridgewood and Middle Village will be in the spotlight again this week as the CBS new television show “Bull” is set to film at three different locations in the neighborhoods.

The Office of Citywide Event Coordination and Management announced that “Bull” will be filming at 10-19 Irving Ave. on the Ridgewood/Bushwick border, Juniper Valley Park in Middle Village and 75-59 Metropolitan Ave. in Middle Village, on Thursday, Aug. 18.

As always with filming, there will be parking restrictions around the areas.

The filming at 10-19 Irving Ave. will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., where they will tape various interior dialogue scenes. Both sides of Covert Street between Wyckoff and Irving avenues are required to be closed off for half a block, and the north side of Irving Avenue between Covert and Eldert streets will be closed off for half a block.

Filming moves to Middle Village’s Juniper Valley Park from noon to 6:30 p.m. where the actors have a conversation while watching a high school baseball game.

The north side of Juniper Boulevard South between 71st and 77th streets will be blocked off for the whole block.

Rosa’s Pizzeria located at 75-59 Metropolitan Avenue makes a return to the small screen with “Bull” as various interior dialogue scenes will be shot at the restaurant. Filming is set to take place from 5:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. the following morning.

The parking restrictions for the area will be as follows:

  • the north side of Metropolitan Avenue between 74th and 79th streets for the entire block;
  • the entire south side of Metropolitan Avenue between 75th and 79th streets;
  • both sides of 78th Street between Metropolitan Avenue and 66th Drive for half a block; and
  • the south side of Metropolitan Avenue between 71st Street and 73rd Place for the whole block.

“Bull” is a drama series that stars Michael Weatherly (best known for his work as Anthony DiNozzo on the “NCIS” series) as Dr. Jason Bull, a character inspired by the early work of Dr. Phil McGraw — better known as just Dr. Phil — during his time as a lawyer.

Dr. Jason Bull is a brilliant, charming and sometimes brash psychologist who combines the areas of psychology, human intuition and high-tech data to learn what makes jurors, attorneys, witnesses and the accused tick in the courtroom.

The show is set to premiere on CBS on Tuesday, Sept. 20.

Check out this CBS First Look of “Bull” right here:

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