2016 TV Series
Scream Queens: Season 2 Pasadena, CA Filming Locations – 2016 / FOX Original
This spooky hospital has a long history, having been built in 1933 by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Orange. Over the years, it has gained a reputation for being haunted, with many reports of strange occurrences and ghostly sightings. Despite its eerie reputation, the hospital has been a popular filming location for many TV shows and movies, including Grey’s Anatomy, NCIS, and Halloween II. Despite being closed for two decades, the hospital continues to capture the imagination of filmmakers and thrill-seekers alike.
According to the hospital’s neighbors, the old and abandoned C.U.R.E. Institute Hospital is not only haunted but also a source of eerie screams that can be heard coming from within its walls at night. This phenomenon has added to the hospital’s already spooky reputation and has led to many daring individuals attempting to investigate the source of the screams. However, caution is advised, as the hospital is known to be structurally unsound and dangerous, with many parts of the building deemed off-limits and unsafe to enter. WTF
‘C.U.R.E. Institute Hospital aka Caregivers United in Restorative Etiology’
In August 2016, “Scream Queens” was reportedly filming scenes for its second season in Los Angeles. While the specific scene being filmed is unknown, sightings of the production team and cast members have been reported in the area. The show’s use of real-world locations in its filming helps to create a more immersive and believable setting for the story. Additionally, it can generate buzz and excitement among fans who may recognize the locations from their own experiences in the city. One such filming location during this time was spotted at 404 Lorraine Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90020.
One of the filming locations for the second season of “Scream Queens” was in Fillmore, California, specifically on Santa Clara Ave. On July 28th, 2016, Lea Michele was seen filming a “Court House Scene” for the show at this location. While the scene may not have been particularly spooky or haunted, it nonetheless remains an interesting part of the show’s production history. The use of real-world locations such as this helps to ground the show’s fantastical elements in a tangible reality and adds to its overall believability.
Another filming location for “Scream Queens” season 2 was at Fillmore City Hall Building in Fillmore, CA. On July 27th, 2016, John Stamos and Emma Roberts were spotted filming at the location, which can be found at 250 Central Ave, Fillmore, CA 93015. The use of an actual Court House adds a layer of authenticity to the show’s production design and helps to create a more immersive viewing experience for audiences. Additionally, the inclusion of these real-world locations helps to support local businesses and communities by bringing attention to the area and potentially attracting tourism.
Another filming location for “Scream Queens” season 2 was a restaurant named ‘Mimstar’ also located in Fillmore, CA. On August 21st, 2016, John Stamos and Emma Roberts were seen filming at this location, which can be found at 334 Santa Clara St, Fillmore, CA 93015. The use of real-world locations in the show’s production helps to create a more authentic and believable setting for the story to unfold. Additionally, these filming locations often bring attention and support to local businesses and communities, helping to boost the local economy and attract tourism to the area.
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On May 1st, 2016, it was announced that John Stamos had been cast in a series regular role for the second season of “Scream Queens”. The hit comedy-horror series is created by award-winning executive producers Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan. Stamos’ casting was highly anticipated and marked his return to TV after his success on popular shows such as “Full House” and “ER”. His addition to the cast brought a new level of excitement to the show’s fans and helped to further solidify its status as a must-watch series.
‘Scream Queens – Season 2’
When: 9/20/2016, FOX