True Detective, the HBO hit series, is taking a trip through time and to make it happen the crew purchased an entire retro collection of furniture and house hold items from a store in North Little Rock.
Galaxy Furniture sold their collection that’s nearly 17 years in the making.
“Basically everything you’d see at Grandma’s house. It was more or less Grandma’s attic,” said Galaxy owner, Wayne Hogan.
The entire upstairs portion of the store was sold to the HBO series for their third season that’s being shot in northwest Arkansas.
“They were looking for 70s furniture and decor and they knew we had quite a bit of it," said Hogan.
Thousands of items took four truck loads to move.
"Just retro furnishings, the dishes, everything," said Hogan.
This isn't the first time a production company has turned to Galaxy furniture to help with their set. They’ve worked with the production companies for “Mud,” “God’s Not Dead,” and “Antiquities.”
With most of his inventory now gone, he's focused on selling the building to relocated Galaxy to another North Little Rock location.
"It was a good time, good thing," said Hogan.
Season 3 of True Detective will star Mahershala Ali of Moonlight, who plays a detective on a case that spans three decades. Stephen Dorff, Carmen Ejogo, and Scoot McNairy have also been announced for the third installment.