Filming in Vancouver: Arrow to complete filming of its final season

Arrow will come to an end with Season 8.

This year will mark the end of an era for the Vancouver screen scene on two fronts.

One is the forthcoming conclusion of the extremely long-running TV series Supernatural—but that won’t happen until this spring.

Something that will happen much sooner—this week, in fact—will be the end of the filming of the TV series that’s at the centre of the Arrowverse.

Here’s a quick look at the show that launched a whole universe of superhero TV shows shot in Vancouver.

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Filming in Vancouver: Arrow to complete filming of its final season

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: Jason Momoa, John Cena, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, and more

Jason Momoa

This week’s roundup of what’s happening in Vancouver’s screen scene is full of comings and goings.

A WWE star and a Hawaiian star who made a major splash this past year (see above) will be calling it a wrap while a hit teen romance starts filming its sequel.

There’s a whole slew of TV series and TV pilots to tell you about so instead of summarizing it all, let’s just get to it, shall we?

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Filming in Vancouver: Jason Momoa, John Cena, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, and more

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

Katie Holmes

In this week’s look at what’s happening in Vancouver’s screen scene, we’ve got two TV pilots starting up.

One is poised to become the first live-action superhero TV series featuring an openly gay character while the other delves into intrigue as a woman becomes fascinated by her boyfriend’s stalker.

Meanwhile, a new high-tech–inspired TV series gets underway and a horror feature film about a super creepy doll is finishing up over on Vancouver Island this week.

So for our rundown of who and what’s coming and going from the streets of Hollywood North, we’ll see you after the jump…

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

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