April 6th, 2012, 12:00 am


A thought on the world of Semi-Charmed


So I've been working on making New York, the city Semi-Charmed is set in, more integral to each story arc. The next one, for instance, is going to take place at Bamboozle, a music festival for upcoming bands held each year in the Meadowlands, the swamps just outside the city.

But in that I realized that there were several landmarks I would not being showing, because as any citizen of the Big Apple would tell you, they've never see.

The Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and Ellis Island.

I have been to Ellis Island, but that was with my grandma who is from New Jersey it was something to do.

I have been to the Met (Metropolitain Museum of Art), the Natural History Museum, and the MoMa (Museum of Modern Art).

So basically, it will be as authentic as I can make it, even if authentic means leaving things out. This will be the real New York. Complete with the surliness that defiantly influenced Kelly's character. Don't say hello to a New Yorker, they'll be wondering what you want from them or be thinking you want to mug them.