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6 TV Shows Filming in Vancouver Right Now

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A bunch of your favourite binge worthy shows wrapped up filming in Vancouver last month including Riverdale, Supergirl and Arrow.

There were also a number of brand new shows with big stars filming in town including Alive starring Ryan Phillippe, The Haunting of Nancy Drew starring Freddie Prinze Jr. and The Lost Boys starring Tyler Posey.

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This May there are 5 TV shows filming in and around Vancouver as well as 1 TV show filming on Vancouver Island:

Altered Carbon

Season 2 filming until June 25

The highly anticipated second season of Netflix’s Altered Carbon is under production. New Sleeves including Anthony Mackie aka Falcon from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.


Chesapeake Shores

Season 4 filming until May 17 on Vancouver Island*

A short fourth season with six episodes is in the works on Vancouver Island. Chesapeake Shores has been a staple at Qualicum Beach and Parksville.It stars Jesse Metacalfe, Victoria’s Meghan Ory and Frutivale’s Laci J Mailey. A spinoff TV movie is also green lit.



Season 1 filming April 22 until August 16

Freeform’s Motherland: Fort Salem follows witches in the American military. It stars Kelowna’s Taylor Hickson who also plays Petra in another Vancouver-filmed show Deadly Class.



The Terror: Infamy

Season 2 filming until May 13

As AMC looks to expand its horror catalogue, The Terror gets a second season set on the west coast of America during WWII. It stars Derek Mio, George Takei and Kiki Sukezane.

Takei has been spotted several times recently in Burnaby, Vancouver, and on the Skytrain.



Season 1 filming until May 10

Toronto’s Robbie Amell, cousin of Arrow’s Stephen Amell stars in this Amazon sci-fi comedy. It also stars Andy Allo who played Serenity in Pitch Perfect 3.


Van Helsing

Season 4 filming until June 21

Syfy’s dark fantasy horror series enters its 4th season in Vancouver. It stars Kelly Overton plus  Toronto’s Jonathan Scarfe and Rukiya Bernard and BC’s Christopher Heyerdahl.



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