God’s Favorite Idiot is now available on Netflix, and viewers are eager to learn where it was shot, Clark Thompson, a mid-level tech employee who becomes a messenger of god after being struck by lightning in the new comedy series, is a mid-level tech employee who becomes a messenger of god after being struck by lightning.
Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone reprise their roles as husband and wife in God’s Favorite Idiot. We take a look at the new Netflix original filming sites.
Where Was God’s Favorite Idiot Filmed?
The God’s Favorite Idiot series was shot in Australia, in several locales in New South Wales. Byron Bay, Lismore, and Alstonville are among the credited filming sites, according to IMDb.
The production facility Byron Studios as well as neighboring street sites were used for filming in Alstonville. The town of Ballina was also used for filming, according to The Guardian.
Melissa McCarthy fans may already be familiar with the Byron Bay region, as it was also the location for the filming of another of her recent productions, Nine Perfect Strangers.
God’s Favorite Idiot summary
Mid-level Tech support employee Clark Thompson falls in love with co-worker Emily Luck at exactly the same time he becomes the unwitting messenger of God, filling his world with roller skating, a lake of fire, and an impending apocalypse.