Filming in Vancouver: Home Before Dark, Midnight Mass, and TV series to go on holiday hiatuses

Supernatural, shooting its last season, will be among the TV series going on break for the holiday season.

There aren’t any new productions getting started just before the holiday season.

But there are plenty on their way in 2020.

Two TV series that will be starting up in the new year, with one returning and another as a new addition to the local screen scene.

And even though we’re entering the season of gift-giving and renewal with visions of sugar plums and whatnot, these series delve into realms of the dark and mysterious.

Here’s a quick look at who and what’s coming to town—besides Santa Claus, of course.

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Filming in Vancouver: Home Before Dark, Midnight Mass, and TV series to go on holiday hiatuses

Filming in Vancouver: Van Helsing, A Million Little Things, Riverdale, Charmed, and more

A Million Little Things

This week, a dark fantasy TV series with a wicked bite calls it a wrap on its latest season.

But just as that one prepares to call it quits, an ensemble family drama about a group of friends shaken up by the loss of one of them is about to get underway.

Plus there are a whole bunch of TV series on the horizon about to come back to the city—along with a number of new titles to add to the fun.

Here’s what happening in Vancouver’s screen scene this week.

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Filming in Vancouver: Van Helsing, A Million Little Things, Riverdale, Charmed, and more

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

Filming in Vancouver: John Cena, Jason Momoa, Grace Park, Jay Pharoah, and more

John Cena

It’s testosterone tag-team time. Rawr!

This week in what’s shooting in Vancouver are projects starring musclebound leading men—with one sci-fi TV series calling it a wrap just as one fiery feature comedy gets lit.

Meanwhile, an ensemble TV drama that kicked off its first season is finishing up production.

So with all that in mind, get ready for a quick rundown of what’s coming and going this week in Vancouver’s screen scene—if you can take the heat.

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Filming in Vancouver: John Cena, Jason Momoa, Grace Park, Jay Pharoah, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Jason Momoa, Arrowverse TV series, and more get back in action

Jason Momoa is shooting the sci-fi TV series See in Vancouver.

New year’s greetings to you all, dear readers!

A big thanks to those of you who have spent time reading this blog over the past year and a hearty welcome to all new visitors to these pages.

A new year means a fresh reboot for Vancouver’s busy screen scene, with productions resuming work after a holiday season and the eventual promise of some new projects that’ll be coming down the pipe.

In this week’s roundup, we’re taking a look at the former—TV series that are getting back on set to produce their latest seasons.

It’s a chance to take a look at what shows are shot in Vancouver—some of which you may not even have been aware were shot here.

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Filming in Vancouver: Jason Momoa, Arrowverse TV series, and more get back in action

Filming in Vancouver: Katie Holmes, John Cena, A Million Little Things, and more

Katie Holmes will come to B.C. to film The Boy 2.

Everyone may be busy rushing as we head towards Christmas and New Year’s Eve—but there’s another source of local activity.

This week, there are lots of film and TV productions coming and going from Vancouver and B.C.—and there are some big names attached to these projects, which span a wide range of genres from drama to horror to comedy.

And we’ve got a peek at what’s coming in the new year.

With so much going on, here’s a roundup of what’s happening in Vancouver’s (and B.C.’s) screen scene.

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Filming in Vancouver: Katie Holmes, John Cena, A Million Little Things, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Orlando Bloom, Amanda Seyfried, Freida Pinto, Grace Park, and more

Orlando Bloom, who was here filming Needle in a Timestack, is one of several stars who recently breezed through Vancouver.

As the weather has been heating up, so is film and TV production activity in town.

To say there’s a lot going this week is an understatement. There’s a frenzy of feature films coming and going, plus some TV series starting up.

It’s no wonder that it’s so busy: British Columbia logged a record year for film and TV productions in 2017-2018, with $3.4 billion spent. Not too shabby at all.

So with all that in mind, here’s a quick overview of what’s going on in Vancouver’s ever-hectic screen scene this week.

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Filming in Vancouver: Orlando Bloom, Amanda Seyfried, Freida Pinto, Grace Park, and more