HBO’s ‘Julia’ returns to Adams Village

Parking restrictions go into effect later this week for the filming of the second season of "Julia." (Ed Forry photo)

The HBO series focused on Julia Child, the famous chef, is back again with film crews in Dorchester this week.

Parking restrictions go into effect from Wednesday, Sept. 28 to Friday, Sept. 30 as the show films part of its second season in Adams Village.

Last year, the show filmed inside the Adams Corner Cafe and Butcher Shop. It has previously filmed in Fields Corner, on Adams Street, and inside the Hall Space gallery at 950 Dorchester Ave. in Savin Hill.

The late Julia Child, a Cambridge resident, Smith College graduate and star of the WGBH-TV cooking show “The French Chef, is played by Sara Lancashire. Her husband Paul is played by David Hyde-Pierce of "Frasier" fame.

The show has also filmed in Framingham, Brookline and Dedham.

The first season aired earlier this year on HBO Max.

Massachusetts continues to draw film production crews. Several films are either coming to theaters or just released. “Confess Fletch,” a movie with Jon Hamm playing a former investigative reporter solving a murder case, filmed in Cohasset and the South End, and is now in theaters. “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” filmed by MIT last year and is out Nov. 11.

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