Modern Love was filmed in New York in the United States and also in Dublin, Ireland.
Hudson River - Riverfront Park
Scene where Spence asked his wife Jeannie to meet each other near the river and talk about the situation. (Episode 2.4)
Scene was shot The park offers a great view at Dunn Memorial Bridge, officially known as the Private Parker F. Dunn Memorial Bridge. It carries US 9 and US 20 across the Hudson River. The bridge was completed in 1969. It is named for Parker F. Dunn, an Albany native who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his service in World War I.
GPS: ['42.6421356201172', '-73.7470245361328']
Katz Kafe (closed)
Scene where Lil decides to take a big step and make het debut as a stand up comedian. (Episode 2.4)
Scene was shot None
GPS: ['42.8131141662598', '-73.9408493041992']
Scene where ** spoiler alert ** Michael remembers that Paula mentioned the address where she was staying but he cannot remember the number so he decides to park the car and wait fo her. (Episode 2.3)
Scene was shot Stoneybatter, historically known as Bohernaglogh is a neighbourhood of Dublin, Ireland. It’s on the Northside of the city. It is often referred to as Dublin's "hipster quarter”. TimeOut magazine's listed it as one of the 40 coolest neighbourhoods in the world in 2019.
GPS: ['53.3513107299805', '-6.28763389587402']
Christ Church Cathedral
Scene where ** spoiler alert ** Michael borrows his brother’s bike and tries to get to the train station. (Episode 2.3)
Scene was shot Christ Church Cathedral, more formally The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, was founded in the early 11th century under the Viking king Sitric Silkenbeard. It was rebuilt in stone in the late 12th century under the Norman potentate Strongbow, and considerably enlarged in the early 13th century. A partial collapse in the 16th century left it in poor shape and the building was extensively renovated and rebuilt in the late 19th century, giving it the form it has today.
GPS: ['53.3431701660156', '-6.27177476882935']
Scene where Michael is stopped by the police. He tries to convince the police woman that he has an important meeting. (Episode 2.3)
Scene was shot None
GPS: ['53.3450469970703', '-6.27281093597412']
Scene where Lil is performing at Proctors. She does not know that Vince is also attending the show. (Episode 2.4)
Scene was shot Proctor's Theatre, officially called Proctors since 2007, is a former vaudeville house in Schenectady. The theatre was opened on December 27, 1926. It was designed by architect Thomas Lamb. The theatre’s marquee is shown at the beginning of the episode but the scene inside the theatre was clearly not shot in the auditorium.
GPS: ['42.8125076293945', '-73.9416351318359']