Filming in Vancouver: Charmed, The Good Doctor, Supergirl, When Time Got Louder, and more

Michelle Monaghan stars in Every Breath You Take

A belated happy new year to all!

Yes, we’re back in action for 2020—as is Vancouver’s screen scene.

After all the seasonal festivities and whatnot, more productions are getting back on set this week.

We’ve got a list of them, as well as a Canadian dramatic feature that starts shooting later this week.

So if you’re game, take a look at this quick rundown of what’s happening this week on the streets of Vancouver this week.

Charmed

Last week, we listed the first batch of screen productions going back to work after the holiday hiatus.

Here are the remaining TV shows that are resuming filming this week.

The Good Doctor

There’s quite a slew of them, spanning everything from superheroes and medical drama to horror and witchcraft, which gives a good overview of the range of productions that shoot in the city.

Supergirl

All of the following are getting back into production today (January 6):

A Million Little Things, Season 2
Brand New Cherry Flavor, Season 1
Charmed, Season 2
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Season 2
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Season 5
Firefly Lane, Season 1
The Flash, Season 6
The Good Doctor, Season 3
The Haunting of Bly Manor, Season 1
Omens, Season 1
Supergirl, Season 5
Woke, Season 1
Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, Season 1

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Meanwhile, the feature thriller Every Breath You Take, starring Michelle Monaghan, Casey Affleck, and Sam Clafin, got back on set on January 5.

But it’s not here for much longer—it only has just over two weeks left in town before it calls it a wrap on January 21.

Sam Clafin

Speaking of feature films, a Canadian production by a Vancouver director will be shooting in the city this month.

When Time Got Louder will film from Thursday (January 9) to January 31, with production based in Burnaby.

Directed by local filmmaker Connie Cocchia, this drama focuses on a family who is forced to reassess their capacity to take care of a non-verbal, autistic son in the wake of a violent incident that causes him to be hospitalized.

The cast hasn’t been revealed yet for this production, and we’ll have to wait for word on the release date.

Connie Cocchia

Well, that’s all for this week but in the upcoming weeks, there’ll be several films and TV series wrapping up while new productions will be revealed to be taking their place.

Check back in with us for all of that and more on what’s filming in Vancouver.

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