'666 Park Avenue' sets heavily damaged by Hurricane Sandy

In the aftermath of tropical storm Sandy, television sets are hardly a priority -- especially given so many people left without homes, safe drinking water, and power as the nights grow colder. Since we're a television site, though, bear with us a bit! Cine Magic Riverfront Studios in Brooklyn is right on the East River, putting it directly in Sandy's path of destruction as water levels rose. Cine Magic owner Peter Kapsalis tells EW that at 10 p.m. the night of the storm, the sets of ABC's Sunday night horror-soap "666 Park Avenue" were under about 6 feet of water. Now, the water has receded. "The Daylight Studio, which carried some of the smaller sets and was a little closer to the water [was] completely demolished," Kapsalis says. "The main sets stayed in place even with the water rushing in [but] everything is extensively damaged."It will be at least three weeks before production can potentially...



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