'House of Cards' to film again in Havre de Grace on Thursday, Friday

Will there be another Kevin Space sighting in Havre de Grace Thursday or Friday?

More filming for hit Netflix series "House of Cards" is expected to take place in Havre de Grace on Thursday and Friday, although details are being kept tightly under wraps.

The political drama's production company, which is based in Harford County, is set to shoot in a private residence Thursday and around the downtown district either Thursday or Friday, Brigitte Peters, tourism director for the city of Havre de Grace confirmed.

Peters said the latest filming would include "some late-night stuff." One of the show's location directors was "scouting out for the last couple of episodes" of the show's third season, she said.

Peters declined to give any more information about specific locations.

Cristie Kahler, spokesperson for the Harford County Sheriff's Office, said deputies have been requested to assist but "House of Cards" representatives asked that the Sheriff's Office not release their locations.

A film crew set up in Angel Hill Cemetery, off of Chapel Road, on Oct. 9 to film a graveyard scene in which "House of Cards" star Kevin Spacey participated.

In September, scenes were also filmed in downtown Aberdeen but didn't involve Spacey or any of the show's other major players.

Over the past three years, "House of Cards" has previously filmed in downtown Havre de Grace and in Bel Air and Edgewood.

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