Channel Nine cast and crew returned to Mudgee on Friday for the filming of the second series of Doctor Doctor.
Businesses were sent a letter outlining the filming schedule.
“On Friday, June 30 – filming will take place outside and across the road from the Mudgee Library on Market Street.
“Traffic controls will be in place during the filming of scenes, with traffic expected to be held up for up to three minutes at a time. This is only while the camera is rolling.
There will be some rain effects and general noise, but the crew have made it clear that noise “will be kept to a minimum in consideration of residents and businesses”.
“Mid-Western Regional Council and Police have been notified of the filming activity, and there will be a few vans, trucks and other crew vehicles parked legally on Market Street and in the Short Street car park on the day,” the letter continued.
The crew thanked residents for their “patience and co-operation” continuing, “the Australian Film Industry relies tremendously on the assistance of the community when we film, and your support is always very much appreciated.
Earlier in the week, producers put a call out on the Doctor Doctor Mudgee Extras Facebook for extras.