2016 TV Series
The Last Man On Earth: Season 3 Filming Locations – Malibu, Chatsworth / 2017
The Last Man on Earth, a wildly popular television show, took viewers on a thrilling journey in its third season, which was secretly filmed in several stunning locations across California. From the breathtaking beaches of Malibu to the picturesque hills of Chatsworth and West Hills, the production crew spared no expense in capturing the perfect backdrop for the show’s gripping storyline.
And as the season came to an end, the team brought their cameras to the heart of the entertainment industry – Hollywood, where they captured some of the most iconic landmarks in the world. The result was a visually stunning masterpiece that left fans eagerly anticipating the next season.
Season 3 Episode 1 (General Breast Theme with Cobras)
On a sunny summer day in 2016, fans of The Last Man on Earth were in for a treat as they caught a glimpse of Will Forte and the rest of the cast and crew filming season 3 on the picturesque Malibu beach.
The production team had marked their presence with bright yellow FOX signs, which greeted fans at the entrance of the Zuma Beach parking lot.
As fans eagerly watched the filming process unfold, they were delighted to see some iconic vehicles on set, including the DeLorean from Back to the Future and the A-Team Van.
The scene was set for yet another thrilling season of The Last Man on Earth, and fans could hardly wait to see what surprises awaited them in the episodes to come. MAP IT!! ZUMA Beach – Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, Ca
Leo Carrillo State Beach
The stunning Leo Carrillo State Park/Beach, located on the north end of Malibu, served as the perfect backdrop for The Last Man on Earth’s season 3 filming in 2016. Fans were thrilled to spot some of their favorite stars, including January Jones and Will Forte, as well as numerous crew members, hard at work bringing the show’s gripping storyline to life.
Located at 35000 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, CA 90265, Leo Carrillo State Beach is a renowned filming location, thanks to its breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and the rugged, natural beauty of the surrounding landscape. And it was clear that the production team of The Last Man on Earth had spared no expense in choosing the perfect location for their shoot.
As fans watched the cast and crew work their magic, they could hardly contain their excitement for what was sure to be yet another unforgettable season of one of the most beloved shows on television. MAP IT!! 35000 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265 Thank you “ginak” for the tip!
The Wild Guess Express (episode 3.2)
In one of the most memorable scenes from season 3 of The Last Man on Earth, viewers were treated to a glimpse of the fictitious “Cher’s Malibu House”. While the house itself may not have been real, its stunning location on PCH Malibu, CA certainly was.
Pacific Coast Highway, or PCH as it’s commonly known, is one of the most scenic and iconic roads in all of California. With its breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean, rugged coastline, and soaring cliffs, it’s no wonder that PCH has become a go-to location for filmmakers and television producers looking to capture the essence of California’s natural beauty.
And in episode 2 of season 3 of The Last Man on Earth, the show’s producers certainly took advantage of PCH’s stunning scenery, creating a set piece that perfectly captured the laid-back, beachy vibe of Malibu. For fans of the show, the “Cher’s Malibu House” scene was an unforgettable moment, and a reminder of just how magical and captivating California can be. MAP IT!! PCH Malibu, CA
Gordon’s Mansion / Farralone House
You’re All Going to Diet (episode 3.3)
Fans of The Last Man on Earth will undoubtedly remember Gordon’s Mansion, which was featured in many episodes of the show, including the hilarious “You’re All Going To Diet” in season 2. What many fans may not know, however, is that the famous mansion is actually the Farralone House, located on Farralone Ave in Chatsworth, CA.
The Farralone House is a stunning property that has been featured in numerous films and television shows over the years. Its striking architecture and picturesque location in the hills of Chatsworth make it a popular filming location for productions looking to capture the perfect mix of luxury and natural beauty.
And in The Last Man on Earth, the Farralone House served as the perfect setting for some of the show’s most outrageous and unforgettable moments. From wild parties to zany adventures, the mansion was the scene of some of the show’s craziest and most entertaining plotlines.
In fact, the property has a rich and storied past that includes many famous faces from Hollywood’s golden era.
The Farralone House (far away) was once owned by the legendary crooner Frank Sinatra, who purchased the property in the 1950s. During his ownership, the house became a hotspot for celebrities and VIPs, with members of the Rat Pack and other A-list stars often in attendance at lavish parties and events.
And while the Farralone House may be best known for its association with Sinatra, it has also been linked to other famous figures from the era, including Marilyn Monroe and President John F. Kennedy. Rumor has it that the two had a rendezvous at the property, which only added to its mystique and allure.
Today, the Farralone House stands as a testament to the glamour and excitement of Hollywood’s heyday, and a reminder of the many legends who have called California home over the years. And for fans of The Last Man on Earth, it will always be Gordon’s Mansion, the scene of some of the show’s most unforgettable moments. MAP IT!!
Leo Carrillo State Beach
The beautiful beaches of Malibu were a popular filming location for The Last Man on Earth, and one of the most memorable scenes featuring the character Tandy and Louis was filmed at Leo Carrillo State Beach. Located at 35000 Pacific Coast Hwy, this picturesque spot provided the perfect backdrop for the characters’ conversation.
The scene showcases the show’s ability to blend humor and heart, with Tandy and Louis discussing their hopes and fears as they navigate the challenges of living in a post-apocalyptic world. Against the stunning natural beauty of the beach, the characters’ struggles take on added poignancy, reminding viewers of the fragility of human existence and the importance of connection and companionship in even the most dire circumstances.
Once again, The Last Man on Earth proves that it is more than just a comedy series, but a thoughtful exploration of what it means to be human in a world that has been turned upside down. MAP IT!!
Back to the Future DeLorean, A-Team Van, ZZ-Top Car
One of the most memorable scenes in The Last Man on Earth was filmed in front of “Cher’s” house on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu. It featured some of Hollywood’s most iconic vehicles, including the Back to the Future DeLorean, the A-Team Van, the ZZ-Top Car, and a BMW i8.
The use of these classic and recognizable vehicles added a layer of fun and nostalgia to the episode.
Fans of these pop culture touchstones were thrilled to see them all in one place, while viewers who may not be as familiar with these vehicles were still treated to a visually stunning scene thanks to the expert filmmaking and clever writing that are hallmarks of The Last Man on Earth. PCH MAP IT!!
Five Hoda Kotbs (episode 3.4)
Unknown Gas Station Location Got A Tip?
Driving down the 118 Freeway in Chatsworth, California on their way to San Francisco. MAP IT!!
October 15, 2016 – FOX signs pointing to The Last Man on Earth season 3 set was spotted in West Hills on Fallbrook Ave & Roscoe
Crew Stumbles Upon The Self Sustaining Building
In another memorable scene from The Last Man on Earth, the crew stumbles upon a self-sustaining building located in West Hills, California.
This impressive structure was formerly known as the Rocketdyn, Raytheon Missile Systems facility, but is now known as the Corporate Pointe.
The building’s unique features, including solar panels and a rainwater collection system, perfectly illustrate the show’s exploration of sustainability and self-sufficiency in a world without modern conveniences. The characters are fascinated by the building’s ability to provide for itself, even in the midst of a global catastrophe.
The use of a real-life location like Corporate Pointe adds a layer of authenticity to the show’s depiction of the post-apocalyptic world. By showcasing the ingenuity and resilience of humanity in the face of adversity, The Last Man on Earth reminds viewers of our own ability to adapt and overcome even the greatest challenges. MAP IT!! Roscoe Blvd & Fallbrook Ave, West Hills, CA
The Power of Power (episode 3.5), The Open-Ended Nature of Unwitnessed Deaths (episode 3.6),
Tandy runs a go-cart in building #2 also located in the Corporate Pointe at West Hills
On 11/11/2016 – Hollywood Filming Locations.Com spotted Carol’s new mini-house inside MAP IT!!
Whitney Houston, We Have a Problem (episode 3.8) Gail is stuck inside of the elevator in building #3 at Corporate Pointe at West Hills
If You’re Happy and You Know It episode 3.9 fall season finale
Natures Horchata (episode 3.18) Northern Parking Lot of Corporate Pointe at West Hills
Lewis’ Home In Seattle, WA aka Chatsworth, CA
One of the most striking things about The Last Man on Earth is the way it uses visual storytelling to transport viewers to different locations and settings. In episode 6 of season 3, we see Lewis’s house in Seattle, but in reality, the house is located at 22639 Ballinger Street in Chatsworth, California.
Despite the difference in location, the production team did an incredible job of creating a convincing and immersive environment that captured the essence of Seattle.
From the rainy weather to the distinct architecture, the scene perfectly captured the Pacific Northwest city’s unique character.
The use of a real-life location like Lewis’s house adds an element of authenticity to the show’s portrayal of the post-apocalyptic world. Even in a world where everything has changed, the places we call home remain an important and grounding force, reminding us of who we are and where we come from. MAP IT!!
Phil (Tandy) & Mike Miller’s Tucson Family Home
One of the most iconic locations from The Last Man on Earth is Tandy and Mike Miller’s Tucson house. While the characters are meant to be living in Arizona, the actual location of the house is in Chatsworth, California. You can even find it on Google Street View at 22420 Itasca St, Chatsworth, CA 91311.
Despite the difference in location, the production team did an incredible job of creating a convincing and immersive environment that captured the essence of the Arizona desert. From the warm, earthy tones of the house to the cacti and succulents in the yard, the scene perfectly captured the unique character of the Southwest.
The use of a real-life location like Tandy and Mike’s house adds an element of authenticity to the show’s portrayal of the post-apocalyptic world. By grounding the show’s fantastical elements in the real world, The Last Man on Earth reminds viewers that even in the face of unimaginable challenges, there is still a connection to be found with the places we call home. MAP IT!!
The Spirit of St. Lewis Airplane Location
In episode 11 season 3 -You see that Lewis built a Flight Simulator inside the building. HollywoodFilmingLocations was Spied shot of Airplane inside the building
Lewis creates a plane flying simulator in building #2 Roscoe Blvd & Fallbrook Ave, West Hills
The Spirit of St. Lewis Episode 11 season 3 -Spied shot of Airplane inside the building
Tandy Dresses Up Like A Dinosaur
Tandy dresses up in a Dinosaur costume because he can. This amazing scene was filmed on Fallbrook and Eccles, in West Hills View Here!!
The crew searches for Melissa as Carol searches for “Mom” on Fallbrook Ave in West Hills google street view Fallbrook and Eccles, West Hills, CA 91367.
Tandy, Todd & Carol look for Melissa
The Water Slide Park
The Water Slide Park is Six Flags Hurricane Harbor located at 26101 Magic Mountain Pkwy, Valencia, CA 91355
Carol’s Little House Catches Fire
Carol’s little house is fire driving on Yucca St in Hollywood at Ivar Ave and Yucca St, Hollywood, CA 90028
Unknown Locations: Got A Tip?
Unknown location #1
The crew walks up to a place called Siesta looking for survival goods. Got A Tip?
Unknown location #2
Lewis and Tandy in the Police car turn towards Tucson to see Mike. Got A Tip?
Unknown location #3
Mama’s Hideaway (episode 3.7) Lewis goes to the Airport. Got A Tip?
Unknown Location #4: Tandy sets up a mock Campground to remind Carol of when they first met. Got A Tip?
Unknown Location #5
Got Milk? 3.10 Pamela Brinton’s house is located somewhere in Malibu, California – Got A Tip?
Unknown Location #6 Gas Station RV – Got A Tip?
‘The Last Man On Earth – Season 3’
When: 09/25/2016, FOX
Created By: Will Forte
First Published May 10, 2017, 9:55am
The Last Man on Earth is a hit TV Show on the Fox channel. This incredible show has been renewed for a third season and we couldn’t be more excited.