Sarah Hyland looked sombre as she filmed a heated scene with a co-star Adam DeVine on the set of her new series in Berlin on Monday.
The duo, who played love interests on the hit ABC sitcom Modern Family, will now star together in the upcoming Peacock series Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin.
It will be a spin-off of the hit films which Adam, 38, starred in; with Sarah, 31, set to play his character Bumper Allen’s assistant Heidi.
On location: Sarah Hyland, 31, cut a sombre figure on set in behind-the-scenes snaps of her latest series in Berlin, Germany on Monday
The new series will see Adam as Bumper, who has moved to Berlin to pursue a career as a musician.
Veronica Mars actress, Sarah looked downcast as she peered into the distance while on set at the Bode Museum in Berlin-Mitte.
She wore her rich chestnut curls in loose waves as she took a break from wearing her reading glasses and placed them on her head.
Frustrated: Adam DeVine, 38, looked tense as he shot some scenes at the Bode Museum in Berlin-Mitte
The former Disney star appeared to be taking some time out from the bustling set as she prepared for a day of intense filming.
Meanwhile, her co-star Adam was at his best actor self as he put on an animated display looking frustrated in some heated scenes.
The dashing movie star looked dapper in a Lacoste jacket and check shirt.
Time to breathe: She wore her rich chestnut curls in loose waves as she took a break from wearing her reading glasses and placed them on her head
Thirsty: It’s not clear who he was arguing with while filming, however – moments later, he was all smiles as he sipped on a bottle of water with the cast and crew
Not happy: The pair were captured side by side, appearing to be in the middle of a scene as Sarah’s character looked to be frustrated with Bumper
Not impressed: Sarah’s character continues to look frustrated with his behaviour as she looks away from the crowd
It’s not clear who he was arguing with while filming, however – moments later, he was all smiles as he sipped on a bottle of water with the cast and crew.
Later scenes showed Sarah join her co-star on what appeared to be one of the balcony’s of the magnificent German museum.
The pair were captured side by side, appearing to be in the middle of a scene as Sarah’s character looked to be frustrated with Bumper as they were joined by a crowd of fans and a drag queen.
Animated: Adam used his hands to express himself to the crowd as they got in on the act
Crew: The trio concentrated as they were given direction from one of the series directors
Lets talk: Sarah, Adam and one of the series new cast members took some time out to chat on set
Extras on scene hold placards with the words ‘Love goes live!’ in what appears to be a scene featuring an intimate audience after Adam’s character moved to the city to pursue a career as a musician.
The animated scenes also show Adam’s character displeased as he takes to the balcony in front of waiting fans.
Meanwhile, Sarah’s character continues to look frustrated with his behaviour as she looks away from the crowd.
Heated: Adam’s character Bumper looks frustrated as he filmed with one of his flamboyant co-stars
Action: Extras on scene hold placards with the words ‘Love goes live!’
Extras: It appears to be a scene featuring an intimate audience after Adam’s character moved to the city to pursue a career as a musician
Stylish: The dashing movie star looked dapper in a check shirt.
Chit chat: Adam and a cast member spoke on set during a break
The Workaholics actor shared news of the spin-off series on Instagram in September last year.
The three Pitch Perfect feature films included an A-list lineup that counted Rebel Wilson, Anna Kendrick, and Brittany Snow in the cast.
With a post broadcast to his 2.5 million followers, the actor said, ‘BUMPER is BACK! Oh my. I’m a song and dance man once again! So excited to [breathe] life back into my boy Bump. Such a lil manic and I loved playing him!’
Happy: Adam flashed a smile to the extras on set
Tense: Sarah looked displeased with Adam’s character Bumper as they filmed on the day
The star thanked producers Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman, Universal Television, and Peacock ‘for making this all possible’.
The announcement came nearly five years after the last film was released. The first one came out in 2012. According to Variety, the plot of the series takes place several years after the occurrences of the last film.
As Bumper, Adam originally played Rebel’s character Fat Amy’s love interest.
In the first comedy, the character began as the lead of a Barden University a cappella group, The Treblemakers, before stepping away to become a backup singer for John Mayer. The second film saw him return to the school to work as a security guard.
Show: A large posted with ‘Love goes live’ hung from one of the museums balcony that will no doubt feature in a big scene from the series
Sarah’s starring in the show was announced in March this year, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Iowa-born entertainer will executive produce the series with Elizabeth, who appeared in the three films as a commentator for the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella competition and directed 2015’s Pitch Perfect 2.
A release date has yet to be announced.
Throwback: As Bumper in the Pitch Perfect film series, Adam played Rebel’s character Fat Amy’s love interest