Did You See? Popular TV Show Filming at This Upstate New York College
The stars have made their way into Upstate New York, did you get a chance to see them?
The drama filled, money hungry world of Showtime's "Billions" has made it's way out of Wall Street and into the snowy tundra up north. Film crews were recently seen shooting the show's 7th season at the White Pine Camp and on Paul Smith's College campus.
According to Adirondack Daily Enterprise, the filming was being shot on a "closed set". This meant no pictures were allowed to be taken. When asked what stage of the production the show was at, Senior VP and Entertainment Public Relations spokesperson Amanda Cary said they can't say anything at this time.
Showtime will reveal more once the air date for the season gets closer.
What is 'Billions' About
The gripping show follows the story of hedge fund manager Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis) as he gains wealth and power in the cunning world of high finance. His plans to aggressively get high returns become illegal, of which U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti) is looking to stop.
The show is popular among it's viewers, bringing in a 8.4 star rating on IMDB.
It's unsure if the filming of the show at Paul Smith's means Season 7 will take place in the Adirondacks or not. There was scaffolding placed outside the college's forestry cabin, assuming they were shooting into the second floor.
The filming for the episode wrapped up on Thursday, March 16th. Just in time for all the students to return back from spring break. Now we have to patiently wait until the new season airs, even though we have no idea when that will actually be.