Cable network HBO is in talks with to bring their hit series Boardwalk Empire to Asbury Park according to a report on AsburyParkSun.
HBO may shoot its popular drama “Boardwalk Empire” in Asbury Park in the future.
The cable network is in talks with the city and boardwalk redeveloper Madison Marquette to possibly bring the show here, said Madison Marquette’s senior vice president, Anselm Fusco, today.
“We are in conversations with HBO and the city,” Fusco said. “It would be really great. We think it would be fantastic if we could figure it out.”
The show stars Steve Buscemi as Enoch “Nucky” Thompson, an Atlantic City gangster. Martin Scorsese is the executive producer. Filming of its fourth season has reportedly begun.
The show, inspired by the true story of Atlantic City corruption during prohibition written by Superior Court Judge Nelson Johnson seated in Atlantic County, was primary shot in New York City during its first three seasons.Posted: April 23rd, 2013 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Asbury Park, Asbury Park Sun, Atlantic City, Atlantic County | Tags: Asbury Park, Boardwalk Empire, HBO, Judge Nelson Johnson | Comments Off on HBO in talks to bring ‘Boardwalk Empire’ to Asbury Park