After three seasons, the popular Netflix series ‘Bloodline’ — a show in which the Florida Keys played a starring role — is over.
If you want a souvenir to remember the series, well, there’s plenty to be had.
Screen Used, a company which sells movie props both online and from a warehouse in central Florida, is offering up hundreds of items used during the three seasons of a show which also starred the likes of Sissy Spacek, Kyle Chandler, Linda Cardellini, John Leguizamo and Ben Mendelshohn.
A number of props — mostly clothing — are currently up for auction online.
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The gold seahorse necklace which played a big role in the second season of the show had 17 bids and was up to $200.
The online auction goes through June 24 at 1 p.m.
For the bigger stuff from the show — such as furniture from the houses used for filming — there will be a liquidation sale at the auction warehouse in Clermont on June 17-18 from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
According to the Facebook ad, items such as the family piano and Danny’s bike will be up for sale.
The third and final season of the series debuted on Netflix came out late last month.
The show focused on a fictional family from Islamorada with a dark past.
According to the Keynoter, The Moorings Village and Resort in Islamorada “stars as the hotel where the seemingly perfect family tries to sort out its many woes — and there are many.”
Other Upper Keys locations were used in the making of Bloodline according to the Keynoter report include: Alabama Jack’s restaurant on Card Sound Road in North Key Largo; Anne’s Beach in Islamorada; the Caribbean Club in Key Largo; Robbie’s Marina in Islamorada; the Green Turtle Inn in Islamorada; the Oceanview Inn and Pub in Islamorada; and Long Key State Park.
The third season of the series was in doubt after the Florida Legislature ’s decision not to invest any more money into the state’s tax incentive funds.
Ballers, the HBO show starring Dwayne Johnson as a former Miami Dolphins player (he actually did play for the Hurricanes), left South Florida for Los Angeles after its second season.