A busy road in Westchester County will have limited access as crews film scenes for an upcoming episode of the popular television show "The Blacklist."
Filming for the hit NBC show will take place on Monday, Jan. 30 in Port Chester on Irving Avenue, according to village officials.
The filming, which started early in the morning, will center on the immediate area around the Port Chester Library and is expected to last until around 4 p.m.
Crews will be staged on both Irving Avenue and Westchester Avenue throughout the day, which is expected to cause road closures and delayed access to the area.
Police will also post no parking signs in the area. Commuters are advised to use alternate routes to get around the filming.
The tenth season of "The Blacklist" will premiere on NBC on Sunday, Feb. 26 at 10 p.m. The show stars James Spader as an ex-Naval Intelligence Officer who turns into a criminal before surrendering himself to authorities. He then uses his knowledge of high-profile criminals to help authorities arrest them in exchange for his freedom.
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