Filming in Vancouver: Riverdale, Arrow, The Order, and Firefly Lane

Stephen Amell stars in Arrow, which embarks upon shooting its final season.

Departures appear to be a recurring theme this week.

For as the saying (and Nelly Furtado song) goes, all good things must come to an end.

While a popular adaptation of a teenage comic book is getting back to work, the latest season will be be faced with the prospect of bidding some sad farewells.

Meanwhile, a superhero series, that launched an entire network of interconnected TV series, is preparing to take its final bow.

Amid all this emotional news, there are some bright spots: a new series, about two female best friends, will start shooting its first season and a horror drama is back for a second season.

So with all that said, here’s a look at just some of what’s happening in Vancouver’s screen scene this week and in the weeks to come.

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Filming in Vancouver: Riverdale, Arrow, The Order, and Firefly Lane

Filming in Vancouver: The Flash, Batwoman, Loudermilk, and Sacred Lies

Ruby Rose stars in Batwoman, which begins shooting Season 1 this week.

This week, several TV series are getting back on set to start production in Vancouver on their latest season.

One includes a powerpacked show about a superhero who certainly knows a thing or two about being getting a move on.

Another is a comedy that revolves around a cynical recovering alcoholic who works as a substance-abuse counsellor.

Yet another series is about a teenager without hands who has escaped a cult whose leader has been killed.

And there’s a new series joining the Arrowverse gang.

For details about all of these shows, join us after the jump for an overview of what’s going on this week in Vancouver’s screen scene.

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Filming in Vancouver: The Flash, Batwoman, Loudermilk, and Sacred Lies

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

Filming in Vancouver: TV series Arrow and Supergirl wrap, Jason Momoa’s See extended

Arrow, starring Stephen Amell, is finishing up filming Season 7.

Well we’ve passed through the thick of TV pilot production season, in which numerous potential TV series shoot an initial episode and await word if they’re approved to become a full series.

In this week’s roundup of what’s going on in Vancouver’s screen scene, two Arrowverse TV series are calling it a wrap. And one of them will be heading into its final season next time around.

Plus, production on a new TV series starring Jason Momoa was extended for a few weeks.

So if you’re interested, here’s a quick look at what’s coming and going from the streets of Vancouver this week.

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Filming in Vancouver: TV series Arrow and Supergirl wrap, Jason Momoa’s See extended

Filming in Vancouver: Ruby Rose in Batwoman, Katie Holmes, Heather Graham, and more

Katie Holmes is shooting the horror-thriller sequel The Boy 2.

This week, two feature films get underway today—one in Vancouver and one on Vancouver Island.

There’s also a new TV pilot starting up this week, with two more slated to come in a matter of weeks.

And there’s a sci-fi TV reboot series that’s wrapping production on its latest season.

In other words, there’s lots to chat about so here’s a rundown of what’s happening in Vancouver’s screen scene this week—and the near future.

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Filming in Vancouver: Ruby Rose in Batwoman, Katie Holmes, Heather Graham, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Robbie Amell to star in Upload; George Takei in The Terror

Robbie Amell, cousin of Arrow‘s Stephen Amell, will be in Vancouver filming new TV series Upload.

After the flurry of TV series coming back to work from holiday vacations over the past few weeks, this week is a little quieter.

But a new TV series has come to film its latest season, based upon a dark chapter in North American history during the Second World War that involved the internment of Japanese Americans.

On a lighter note, another new TV series—a sci-fi comedy that satirizes digital life (and afterlife)—will be setting up shop in town soon.

But what’s more is that it’ll also be starring a relative of an actor who heads up a locally shot TV series that a number of other series are connected to.

Curious to know more?

Well, join us after the jump for a quick look at what’s happening in Vancouver’s screen scene this week and the near future.

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Filming in Vancouver: Robbie Amell to star in Upload; George Takei in The Terror

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