Filming in Vancouver: BH90210, You Me Her, and TV series returning this summer

North Vancouver’s Jason Priestley will star in BH90210.

This week in what’s filming in Vancouver, two TV series get underway.

One is linked to a hit teen drama from the 1990s—but this version quite a different type of show than the one it’s based upon.

As that one gets going, so does another one featuring a three-way couple who are navigating the uncharted territory otherwise known as suburbia.

Plus, there’s a whole bunch of TV series, ranging from fantasy and comedy to ensemble dramas, coming back to shoot this summer.

So with all that in mind, here’s a quick overview of what’s happening in Vancouver’s screen scene.

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Filming in Vancouver: BH90210, You Me Her, and TV series returning this summer

De-Mystifying Non-Binary with Joshua M. Ferguson: Meet them This Week in Vancouver

By Rachel Rosenberg

Joshua M. Ferguson has the sort of career most of us can only yearn for. They are a filmmaker, author and trans right activist with a brand-new book published earlier this month. Me, Myself, They: Life Beyond The Binary is an inspiring and engaging read; a memoir and a manifesto to the importance of gender fluidity, it aims to demystify and celebrate what being non-binary looks like.

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De-Mystifying Non-Binary with Joshua M. Ferguson: Meet them This Week in Vancouver

Filming in Vancouver: The Terror, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Healing Powers of Dude

George Takei stars in The Terror: Infamy

As one show finishes up, another one starts.

That’s usually the norm in Vancouver’s screen scene and such is the case this week.

In fact, one horror TV series is calling it a wrap while another horror series gets started.

But where they differ is that one is set in a historical event while the other is set in a world of witchcraft and teen drama.

Speaking of adolescents, there’s forthcoming series that will shoot its inaugural season here for which there’s very little detail, with the exception of a casting call that is drawing praise from people with disabilities.

Interesting finding out more? See you after the jump.

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Filming in Vancouver: The Terror, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Healing Powers of Dude

Filming in Vancouver: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 2, Get Shorty, and Upload

Lana Condor stars in To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 2.

This week’s comings and goings from Vancouver’s screen scene may set hearts aflutter as romance is a recurring theme.

A Netflix teen romance movie calls it a wrap while a new tech-driven romance TV series also finishes up this week.

Diverging from matters of the heart, a crime comedy-drama TV series that has relocated from the U.S. to here gets underway on its third season.

So if all of this tugs on your heartstrings, here’s a look at what’s happening in Hollywood North at the moment.

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Filming in Vancouver: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 2, Get Shorty, and Upload

Filming in Vancouver: Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, 90210, and more

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Netflix)

Within the dates of the current week, there aren’t any screen projects coming or going from the city as numerous productions continue on their regular course.

However, there’s plenty coming up on the horizon to tell you about.

There are three horror TV series, including a drama about a handless teen, a teen witch drama, and a ‘90s revival.

And speaking of reviving the ‘90s and teens, there’s a famous franchise that’s embarking upon its latest entry.

Wanna know more? See you after the jump.

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Filming in Vancouver: Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, 90210, and more

New Hop-on Hop-off Service in Vancouver

Landsea Tours & Adventures are launching their brand new Hop-on Hop-off service May 1st! You can enjoy learning about Vancouver’s unique history with live commentary from the onboard step-on guides, while visiting top locations in the city including Stanley Park, Gastown, Chinatown, Canada Place, The West End, Yaletown and Davie Street.

 

Filming in Vancouver: Charmed, Taraji P. Henson, Camilla Mendes, and more

Camilla Mendes

Something witchy this way comes.

Well, to be honest, they’ve been coming this way for some time now. But a new witch-themed TV series joins the growing collection of witchcrafty productions in Vancouver this week.

As there’s also an Indigenous food TV series and a feature film about coffee with a side of Kareem starting up, you may want to ensure you don’t read this on an empty stomach.

Plus, there’s a feature film starring one of the main cast members of Riverdale.

Check out what’s going on in Vancouver’s screen scene after the jump.

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Filming in Vancouver: Charmed, Taraji P. Henson, Camilla Mendes, and more