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A TV pilot is shot in Lynn

A T.V. crew descended upon Central Square in Lynn on Wednesday to film a pilot episode for an NBC show called "Suspicion," based off of a best-selling novel by Joseph Finder.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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A TV pilot is shot in Lynn

A T.V. crew descended upon Central Square in Lynn on Wednesday to film a pilot episode for an NBC show called "Suspicion," based off of a best-selling novel by Joseph Finder.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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A TV pilot is shot in Lynn

A T.V. crew descended upon Central Square in Lynn on Wednesday to film a pilot episode for an NBC show called "Suspicion," based off of a best-selling novel by Joseph Finder.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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A TV pilot is shot in Lynn

A T.V. crew descended upon Central Square in Lynn on Wednesday to film a pilot episode for an NBC show called "Suspicion," based off of a best-selling novel by Joseph Finder.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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A TV pilot is shot in Lynn

A T.V. crew descended upon Central Square in Lynn on Wednesday to film a pilot episode for an NBC show called "Suspicion," based off of a best-selling novel by Joseph Finder.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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A TV pilot is shot in Lynn

A T.V. crew descended upon Central Square in Lynn on Wednesday to film a pilot episode for an NBC show called "Suspicion," based off of a best-selling novel by Joseph Finder.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

LYNN — Hollywood has come to downtown Lynn again, as filming for a new television show wraps up on Thursday.

Since Tuesday, filming for an NBC drama pilot, “Suspicion” has been taking place in the Central Square area. The show is set to star Derek Luke and Raul Esparza and is based on the book by Joseph Finder. The show, created and written by Jessica Goldberg, is described by online reports as a Hitchcockian thriller about how far one man will go to save the people he loves.

In the past couple of days, there have been some parking restrictions due to the filming, which will continue on Thursday. There may also be some traffic delays, according to the Lynn Police Department.

On Thursday, there will be no parking until 7 p.m. at Central Square from Union Street to Munroe Street on the even-numbered side of the street and on Washington Street from 517 Washington St. to Union Street on the odd-numbered side of the street, police said.

No road closures or detours are anticipated, but motorists should expect minor delays and seek alternate routes.

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