‘Nurse Jackie’ Moves Writers to New York

Jul 20, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Showtime’s Emmy Award-nominated series "Nurse Jackie" is set in New York City and filmed there, but the writers have been working out of Southern California. Now they will begin working in New York, reports Deadline.com.

The writers are being moved to the metro New York area in an effort to inspire more Manhattan-oriented stories for the series, according to the story. Not all of the writers were being relocated, and some vacancies have been created.

One new name in the writers’ room will be Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph, who has come on board for season three.

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