An upcoming episode of a popular CBS drama will feature a Queens couple — or at least the house they live in.
“The Good Wife” fanatics, Peter and Kathy Hart, played host to the show this Tuesday, lending their Fresh Meadows home to film crews and actors for a full day of shooting.
“This is our 15 minutes of fame,” said Kathy, a Manhattan hair stylist. “We’re big fans of the show. I tell Peter not to talk to me until commercials.”
Five actors, including two playing FBI agents, shot scenes in the couple’s living room, dining room, parts of their kitchen and on their tree-lined 183rd Street near Union Turnpike.
“For Fresh Meadows, this is the most exciting thing,” said Peter, a realtor, who has raised three kids in the home in the past 25 years.
The couple said a location scout knocked on their door about three years ago, came in and took pictures.
“We don’t know why we let him in, but we let him in,” Peter said. “We got a call days later saying more people wanted to see the house. But they said they would keep us on file for future episodes.”
Soon after, the pair picked up the remote, flipped to the show for the first time and got hooked while waiting for that “future episode.”
And then that time came.
About 21 more scouts working for the show showed up at their front door last week, they said.
“They all had clipboards. All these neighbors thought we were selling the house,” Peter said.
The couple was told to “empty the first floor” before film crews arrived at 6 a.m. on October 15.
Workers were seen unloading furniture from moving trucks early Tuesday morning in the family’s front yard.
“The experience is exciting,” Kathy said, “and we don’t have to do much but be quiet and not get in the way.”
“The Good Wife” began its fifth season September 29. It airs on Sundays at 9 p.m.
The critically acclaimed drama stars Emmy Award winner Julianna Margulies, who plays a wife and mother, who restarts her life as a defense attorney after her politician husband is jailed over a public sex and corruption scandal.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg appeared as himself in the show’s last season finale.
“Now we have to put a plaque outside our house saying, ‘As Seen on ‘The Good Wife,’” Peter said.
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