Another HBO series featuring Woody Harrelson is shooting in Upstate New York.

The Times Union reports the five-part miniseries about the Watergate scandal, “The White House Plumbers,” will shoot in downtown Albany on Tuesday and Wednesday this week. Police say Academy Park opposite the state Capitol will be utilized for shooting, as well as buildings as backdrops on State Street and Broadway; a few roads will be closed during the day and night.

“The White House Plumbers” is a limited series featuring Harrelson as E. Howard Hunt and Justin Theroux as G. Gordon Liddy, a previous Dutchess County assistant district attorney. The cast additionally incorporates Domhnall Gleeson and Kathleen Turner, however it’s hazy the number of them will be in Albany.

The Poughkeepsie Journal reports Harrelson was in Newburgh last month to film scenes for the show. As indicated by The Daily Freeman, scenes were likewise shot in Kingston and Poughkeepsie.

The Capital Region has become a hot spot for film and TV productions, most recently hosting cast and crew members for HBO’s “The Gilded Age” in Troy and Amazon’s “Modern Love” in Albany.

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