Fresh off his big win at the Emmy’s Sunday night, we spotted Keegan-Michael Key filming a scene for the upcoming Netflix series “Friends From College” at Macari Vineyards Wednesday morning.
The “Key and Peele” co-creator was seen chatting with his co-star Cobie Smulders of “How I Met Your Mother” fame in between rows of ripening grapes at the Mattituck vineyard.
The half hour series revolves around a group of college friends from Harvard who are now in their 40s, according to Variety.
Netflix staffers declined to give any details on the plot or if the setting was supposed to take place on the North Fork, but a source said the full cast was on set Wednesday afternoon. Macari reps also couldn’t divulge any details.
Other actors in the eight-episode series include Fred Savage of the “Wonder Years,” Annie Parisse, Nat Faxon and Jae Suh Park.
Most of the filming on the closed set appeared to take place on Macari’s outdoor tasting patio.
Smulders and Key were also spotted sitting at an outdoor picnic table with a bottle of red wine and a bottle of white wine on ice resting on the table. It is not clear if the bottles were made by Macari.
Nick Stoller, who directed “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” and “Get Him to the Greek,” and his wife, Francesca Delbanco, are the show’s executive producers and co-writers, according to Netflix.
The show’s producers had also sought permits to film at Iron Pier Beach in Northville, so the cast might be seen at other North Fork locations as well.