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American TV Series ‘Dig’ Selects Croatia as Filming Location

CroatiaAmerican TV mini-series ‘Dig’ have decided on Croatia as its new filming location, after hostilities in Israel forced them out of there, reports Variety

The cast and crew of the USA Network series will arrive in Croatia on 1 September for two weeks of filming. NBC execs earlier pulled their teams out of Israel when fighting broke out last month, leaving the popular series looking for a location that best resembled Jerusalem. After scouting locations Croatia was selected, and will take on the role of playing Jerusalem on-screen.

‘Dig’ is a high-concept six-episode series mystery thriller which follows an American FBI agent stationed in Jerusalem (Jason Isaacs) as he investigates a murder and finds himself falling uncovering a two thousand-year-old conspiracy amid the city’s ancient stones and catacombs. It is co-created by ‘Homeland’ executive producer Gideon Raff and ‘Heroes’ co-creator Tim Kring. (pic: USA Network)

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