15 Philly locations in the new trailer for Jason Segel’s AMC series

“Dispatches from Elsewhere”? More like “Dispatches from Philadelphia.”

Jason Segal and co-star Eve Lindley on Frankford Ave.

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Last summer and fall, Philly was full of Andre 3000 flute serenades, Jason Segal wedding photobombs and random Sally Field sightings.

We found out what it was all about in November, when a 45-second trailer revealed the endgame of the shoots was a Segal-produced dark thriller situation called “Dispatches from Elsewhere.”

Unlike some other movies or shows filmed here, this one appears to be actually set in Philadelphia.

In advance of the AMC series’ premiere on March 1, a new, longer trailer just dropped — and it is chock full of recognizable locations.

The show’s plot might still be a little fuzzy — we’re picking up on a group of strangers brought together by a series of random signs to find a missing girl? — but if nothing else, playing “I spy” Philly edition is enough to get us excited about the March premiere.

Here’s what we saw. Send a note to tips@billypenn.com if you spot something we missed!

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Actress Eve Lindley as her character Simone walking away from the Art Museum.

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Sally Field’s character Janice sitting on a sleep-friendly bench in one of many Rittenhouse Square shots. These types of benches in Rittenhouse have long been replaced by those that have an arm in the center to discourage sleeping and, say some, deter people who are homeless.

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Andre “3000” Benjamin playing Fredwynn inside what looks to be One Liberty Observation Deck, the Center City high rise where visitors can check out a 360 aerial view of the city.

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A creepy flashmob crowd in the popular downtown park by night.

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Jason Segal as Peter along with Lindley standing in the popular downtown park by day. If you look closely, you’ll see the regular benches split in half by chair arms.

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Fields in the Free Library microfiche, room 214. (H/t to Philly Mag for that very specific locale).

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Lindley exploring the mosaic tourist attraction on South Street.

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What looks to be a pop-up magic show featuring a water escape trick featuring a fine view of our Camden neighbors.

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Segal and Benjamin sit across from a disbelieving Field inside Stephen Starr’s first ever restaurant, the Continental Restaurant and Martini Bar in Old City.

Jason Segal and co-star Eve Lindley on Frankford Ave.

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In front of this 2017 mural at 1140 Frankford Ave., Clara, the character it seems this show is trying to track down, speaks from a Y2K Big Mouth Billy Bass.

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We don’t know exactly why yet, but some on-film protests popped outside of the luxury apartments near 6th and Walnut.

Jason Segal and co-star Eve Lindley on the roof of 1235 Spring Garden Street.

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A sweet shot of the Center City skyline (and the drug rehabilitation organization Gaudenzia) from atop a Spring Arts apartment complex. Also featured: what appears to be a reimagined look to the North part of the city featuring a bunch of Philly landmark.

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Is that money falling from the sky? A picturesque alley near Bread and New streets in Old City.

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Not quite Philly, but this 69th Street staple got some camera time.

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That neon signage in the corner belongs to the famous South Philly diner that’s been in business since the 1950s.