PRIME TIME TV SHOW: Filmed in Pgh, Gets Cancelled

Hope you didn't get too invested in "Downward Dog." ABC has cancelled the show after six episodes. “Got the very surprising news today that ABC is not moving forward with Downward Dog,” co-creators Michael Killen and Samm Hodges explain. “They loved it creatively and really wanted to make more but couldn’t find a financial path to do so.” Hodges adds that producers are working to find "Downward Dog" a "new home" but in the meantime, the last two episodes will air tomorrow beginning at 10pm ET. 

POST-GAZETTE:  Rather than build a set on a stage, which is standard procedure for TV comedies, “Downward Dog” filmed almost all of its scenes on location.

For Nan’s house the production rented a home on Lancaster Avenue in Regent Square. The interior for her workplace, the in-house ad agency for Urban Outfitters-like retailer Clark & Bow Outfitters, was the old Hipwell flashlight factory in Allegheny West.

Other filming locations included Frick Park, West Park, the Hot Metal Bridge, Wigle Whiskey, Carnegie Music Hall, the Washington’s Landing bike path, Reed Smith, Silky’s Crow’s Nest in Sharpsburg and the East End Co-Op.

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