Filming in Vancouver: The Order, One of Us is Lying, Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting

Jake Manley stars in The Order.

As the days grow darker, so do some of the productions filming in Vancouver.

This week’s roundup of what’s coming and going from the local screen scene spans horror, mystery, fantasy, and the supernatural—with a little comedy in the mix to prove that we’re not without a sense of humour.

There’s a movie about a babysitter out to fight monsters to get her stolen charge back, and a college student who becomes educated in the magical dark arts to fight werewolves.

Meanwhile, a potential new TV series will be a mystery about what happens when several high-school students enter detention but one does not survive.

For more on all this intrigue and creepiness, see you after the jump.

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Filming in Vancouver: The Order, One of Us is Lying, Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting

Filming in Vancouver: Hilary Swank, When Calls the Heart, The 100, and more

Hilary Swank will star in the TV series Away.

Some recent trends in TV series have been superheroes, witches, and—babysitters?

Yes, the formidable sitter of babies and children is getting a lot of attention in screen projects as of late, with a new Netflix movie starting production this week.

Meanwhile, three TV series start up this week.

One is a sci-fi drama starring a two-time Oscar winner and embarking upon its first season.

Another is also a sci-fi drama, but this one is the polar opposite: it’s starting in on its final season.

Completely different from those two is a romance-drama set in a Western Canadian frontier town.

And there’s also a TV movie based upon a real-life scandal.

If any of this intrigues you, read on for what’s going on in Vancouver’s screen scene this week.

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Filming in Vancouver: Hilary Swank, When Calls the Heart, The 100, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Batwoman, Legends of Tomorrow, Coffee and Kareem, and more

Ruby Rose will star in Batwoman.

As the weather heats up, so is Vancouver’s screen scene.

Two productions—including a cop comedy film and a First Nations local food show—may be finishing up but there’s plenty to look forward to.

Not only is there a feature film about monster-hunting babysitters coming (to be directed by a local filmmaker) but there are also two Arrowverse TV series on the radar.

See you after the jump for more on all these tidbits in detail.

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Filming in Vancouver: Batwoman, Legends of Tomorrow, Coffee and Kareem, and more

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