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The “Wicked City” Library

Jan 5th, 2016 | By | Category: TV Locations

I have one more Wicked City location up my sleeve (for the time being, at least – I did track down a couple of others after watching the recently-released final five episodes, but have yet to stalk them) – the former Second Church of Christ, Scientist in West Adams, which masked as an L.A. library in “Should I Stay or Should I Go.”  I have long been familiar with the stately, domed structure thanks to my many area stalkings (Fatty Arbuckle’s former house is located […]



Edgeway Auto Upholstery from “Wicked City”

Jan 4th, 2016 | By | Category: TV Locations

ABC finally released the remaining five episodes of Wicked City on both ABC.com and Hulu.  Watching them proved to be a bit of a double-edged sword because the show got really good.  And I already thought it was great!  By episode 8, I realized what a real contender it could have been, with a long life on the small screen, but, sadly, that was not to be.  I was thrilled, though, that producers were given a bit of a heads-up about the cancellation which allowed […]



Valli Tropics from “Wicked City”

Dec 4th, 2015 | By | Category: TV Locations

Locations, locations, locations!  Aside from Ed Westwick, locations were easily the best aspect of the now cancelled ABC series Wicked City.  The show took place in Los Angeles circa 1982 and the location manager did a fabulous job of securing spots evocative of that era.  None was more spectacularly retro than the apartment building where Betty Beaumontaine (Erika Christensen) lived.  I became obsessed with the place, and all of its pink-accented glory, while watching Wicked City’s pilot episode, but, unfortunately, had a heck of a […]



Kent’s House from “Wicked City”

Nov 30th, 2015 | By | Category: TV Locations

I cannot express how disappointed I am that ABC cancelled Wicked City.  I’ll admit that I was not very impressed with the series’ pilot episode, but I think that was mainly due to the fact that it was rather jarring to see Ed Westwick (one of my absolute faves!) portraying a serial killer.  The second episode had me hooked, though, and by episode three I was full-blown obsessed.  So it was quite a blow when the show was cancelled just three days after that episode […]



New “L.A.” Mag Post – About the Whisky a Go Go from “Wicked City”

Nov 19th, 2015 | By | Category: Los Angeles Magazine Blog Posts

Don’t forget to check out my latest Scene it Before post for Los Angeles magazine about the Whisky a Go Go from Wicked City.  My articles typically get published in the early afternoon hours.