The Map to the Fall TV Stars' Homes



As the fall TV season starts to heat up, you might see a few familiar faces. Did that attractive young man in the new CW show go to your high school? Did you bump into that distinguished-looking lady at the grocery store? Here, our guide to where you can find locals on screen this season, so you don't have to scratch your head and wonder where you've seen them all before. Look for your neighbors and former neighbors in:

New Girl

(Tuesday, 9 pm, FOX)
Before he was stealing scenes from Zooey Deschanel as Schmidt in New Girl, Max Greenfield was cutting up in Dobbs Ferry—where he reportedly had a Saturday Night Live-themed bar mitzvah.

 

Arrow

(Wednesday, 8 pm, CW)

The connection to this comic-book-based CW series is only behind-the-scenes, but the show was developed by Greg Berlanti, a native of Rye. He was also an executive producer on this summer's Political Animals—based ever-so-loosely on the life of Chappaqua neighbor Hillary Clinton (and a show I quite enjoyed).

 

Suburgatory

(Wednesday, 8:30, ABC)

No stars from our area grace this show, but, if it seems eerily familiar, it's because the fish-out-of-water sitcom is supposed to be set in the suburbs north of New York City.

Nashville

(Wednesday, 10 pm, ABC)

The half-All About Eve, half-Country Strong melodrama has Palisades native Hayden Panettiere playing a young country-music ingénue. Show them your Rockland County twang, Hayden!

 

The Good Wife

(Sunday, 9 pm, CBS)

Not only was series star Julianna Margulies born in Spring Valley, she attended Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville. No wonder she has such a sharply honed legal mind.

 

The Celebrity Apprentice

(Sunday, 9 pm, NBC)

Another season, another chance for Bedford's Donald Trump to amass a random collection of notable names and yell at them about how to run a business.

 

Community

(Friday, 8:30, NBC)

Though there were reports that Bedford Corners' Chevy Chase repeatedly clashed with series creator Dan Harmon on this community-college-set sitcom, it's actually Harmon who was ousted, giving us another year of Chase as the prickly Pierce Hawthorne.

 


666 Park Avenue

(Sunday, 10 pm, ABC)

This supernatural soap is a bevy of locals: Not only does it star Chappaqua's Vanessa Williams, whom we've been accustomed to seeing on our TV on Sunday nights, it co-stars Suffern's Dave Annable as Henry Martin, the new co-manager of the (possibly haunted?) building, and Yonkers' Erik Palladino as the building's doorman.

New Girl ©2012 Fox Broadcasting

 


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Marisa LaScala

Marisa LaScala
Elmsford, NY

Articles Editor Marisa LaScala joined Westchester Magazine in 2003, and ever since she's blown every paycheck at the Greenburgh Multiplex. She also staunchly defends Richard Kelly, doesn't mind spoiling the endings of trashy movies you're curious about but don't want to pay to see, wishes the Hold Steady would come and rock out Westchester, misses Arrested Development more than anyone can imagine, and still watches cartoons and Saturday Night Live. You can find more of her cultural criticism at www.popmatters.com, where she is a staff writer.

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