If you're a King fan, it's likely that you've seen this 1999 TV miniseries. It's a four-and-a-half hour show that aired on ABC, and you can watch it right now via Hulu. It's a great show to watch because it pays homage to many of Stephen King's books and movies.
It's no secret that a lot of King's best work is set in Maine, and it's no surprise that his TV series are also often filmed here. This miniseries was filmed in Southwest Harbor, a small town in Maine that is known for its beautiful yacht center and harbor. It's a great place to visit if you want to experience the beauty of the Maine coast while enjoying the beautiful scenery and local culture.
In fact, it's one of the reasons why Southwest Harbor is an ideal place to film a King miniseries. It's a quiet, serene area with a variety of restaurants, shops, hikes, and hotels to accommodate tourists who visit the area.
In addition to the fictional island of Little Tall Island that serves as the setting for Storm Of The Century, the TV series was filmed in several locations around the Bay Area. Specifically, the Golden Gate Bridge was used as a backdrop for several scenes.
The film was a huge hit for the network, averaging 19 million viewers each night during its broadcast. It was produced by Stephen King, who wrote the screenplay exclusively for TV. He also worked with director Craig R. Baxley, who has 98 stuntman/driver/coordinator credits and has also directed action movies. He also helmed Rose Red, an ABC original miniseries three years later.