When viewers tune into TNT’s new action-adventure show, “The Librarians,” they may well see some familiar places.

Scenes for “The Librarians” were filmed at Milo McIver State Park April 28-29.

“We love shooting in your community!” Rachel Olschan, Electric Entertainment co-founder and partner, told the Estacada News.

Olschan noted that scenes from “Leverage,” another TNT and Electric Entertainment venture, also had been shot in the Estacada area.

Olschan said “The Librarians” may return to the Estacada area to shoot scenes for future episodes.

According to a press release, the new series returns to the world of “The Librarian” made-for-TV movie franchise and “centers on an ancient organization hidden beneath the Metropolitan Public Library dedicated to protecting an unknowing world from the secret, magical reality hidden all around.”

The series follows this group as it “solves impossible mysteries, fights supernatural threats and recovers powerful artifacts from around the world.”

Noah Wyle (“Falling Skies,” “ER”), will reprise his role as Flynn Carsen from the movie trilogy. As a Librarian, the character has “gone from bookworm to dashing swashbuckler.”

Rebecca Romijn (“X-Men, “King & Maxwell) will star as a highly skilled counter-terrorism agent who must protect the Librarians.

The series also stars Christian Kane (“Leverage,” “Angel”), Lindy Booth (“Dawn of the Dead,” “The Philanthropist”), John Kim (“Neighbors, “The Pacific”) and John Larroquette (“Night Court,” “Deception”).

Wyle, Dean Devlin, John Rogers and Marc Roskin are the series’ executive producers.

TNT has ordered ten episodes of “The Librarians” and plans to launch the series in late 2014.

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