Four days of filming on a hit HBO TV show has finished at V&A Dundee.
Camera crews were spotted at the £80 million design museum as work took place on season two of Succession, which star’s Dundee actor Brian Cox.
Filming started on Sunday evening and finally wrapped on Thursday morning.
Cox himself was back in his home city for filming on the show.
The HBO series stars the Scot as the head of the Roy family, who own one of the world’s largest media companies.
The character he plays, Logan Roy, is originally from Dundee.
A V&A Dundee spokesman said: “V&A Dundee tells a global story so it’s both exciting and fitting to welcome the cast and crew of HBO’s Succession to film in our museum.”
In a post to their Twitter account, GBM Casting said filming had wrapped on the show after four days.
They posted: “That’s a wrap! Thank you to everyone for your professionalism and tenacity of the last four nights! Couldn’t have done it without you.”
That’s a wrap! 🎬🎬🎬 Thank you to everyone for your professionalism and tenacity of the last 4 nights! 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 Couldn’t have done it without you. Sleep well 💤💤💤💤💤 Hugs from Graeme @GBMCasting #hbo #hboextras #dundee #castingnow #whatnext pic.twitter.com/Wr0e3oF3YH
— GBM Casting (@GBMCasting) June 6, 2019