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Groundbreaking Series "The Following" and New Reality Show "Treasure King" Utilize Hollywood Production Center

"The Following," the Exciting Show Featuring Kevin Bacon, Chooses Stylish Full-Service Facility for Production Space Needs

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/07/14 -- Hollywood Production Center, a top facility for production, post-production, executive offices, creative space and filming locations serving the entertainment industry in Southern California since 2001, has announced the return of a premiere client's show to the television lineup. Season two of The Following, a groundbreaking series featuring acclaimed actor Kevin Bacon -- airing on FOX -- and a new reality series, Treasure King, used Hollywood Production Center's turnkey serviced office space in the facility's Glendale locations. Hollywood Production Center was happy to house both projects with its all-inclusive filming, production, post-production and editing space.

FOX's second season of The Following is set to premiere on the network at a special day and time -- Sunday, January 19 -- and will then shift to its regularly-scheduled time slot on Mondays beginning January 27. An encore of episode one is scheduled to precede the new episode on the Monday date. As the leading man on the show, Kevin Bacon portrays Ryan Hardy, an ex-FBI agent turned alcoholic who is asked to return to duty when the serial killer he helped put in jail escapes with a vengeance. The second season of The Following will introduce new talent in the form of Jessica Stroup, Connie Nielsen and Sam Underwood.

Also turning to Hollywood Production Center for its production requirements, the new reality series Treasure King is set to premiere on Reelz on Wednesday, January 22. Treasure King features larger-than-life collector Richie Marcello, who takes audiences on a wild ride in his hunt to buy and sell valuable treasures and hard-to-find Hollywood memorabilia. The show features the "part Indiana Jones, part James Bond" star as he travels the world to find treasures many considered forever lost.

With four current locations serving the heart of Hollywood and downtown Glendale, Hollywood Production Center offers beautiful production and post-production facilities, executive offices and executive suites for the entertainment community in Southern California. The company specializes in immediate occupancy of chic office space for TV/film production, post-production, new media and publishing organizations, boasting full-service amenities and exceptional customer service.

Hollywood Production Center offers glamorous, chic solutions in the form of fully serviced workspace for the entertainment and professional community in need of office space. HPC has become a home away from home for executives and staff, creating a sense of community and family among its tenants -- including The Following creative team, of which they're immensely thrilled to be hosting -- which can be felt the moment one walks into its luxurious lobbies. The Hollywood Production Center has made it possible for anyone to conduct business amongst their peers with sophistication, no matter what aspect of the industry they're in or what their needs for office space are.

Hollywood Production Center's first location is situated at 1149 North Gower Street in downtown Hollywood. HPC2 is located at 121 W. Lexington Drive in Glendale. HPC3 is located at 225 E. Broadway in Glendale. HPC4 is located at 6350 Santa Monica Boulevard in Hollywood. All of the locations offer free tours of the production space. Simply visit www.hollywoodpc.com to sign up for a tour and to take a virtual tour of the all inclusive floor plans.

For more information visit www.hollywoodpc.com.

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