Filming in Vancouver: Riverdale, Lost in Space, Supernatural, and more

After a holiday hiatus, Riverdale gets back to filming its third season today.

Last week, we kicked off 2019 with a look at several TV series returning to production in Vancouver after a seasonal break. 

This week, we take a look at the remaining bunch getting back on set. And it’s quite the extensive list.

So grab a bucket of popcorn or leftover Christmas munchables and get ready to chow down on this lengthy rundown of what’s filming in Vancouver.

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Filming in Vancouver: Riverdale, Lost in Space, Supernatural, 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

Filming in Vancouver: Lost in Space, When Calls the Heart, Siren, and more

Lost in Space

Last week, we took a lengthy stroll through a whole onslaught of TV series coming back to shoot their next seasons in Vancouver.

This week, we’ve got a gaggle more to discuss, covering everything from sci-fi to romantic period pieces.

Since there’s a lot on the slate, let’s get to it, shall we?

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Filming in Vancouver: Lost in Space, When Calls the Heart, Siren, and more

Filming in Vancouver: That’s a wrap for Sirens, The Crossing, Six—as Riverdale goes on hold

Olivia Munn, who previously shot The Predator in Vancouver, stars in the military drama TV series Six.

This week a number of TV series wrap up in Vancouver, and a dark teen drama has gone on hiatus.

All good things come to an end but in the case of what’s filming in Vancouver, that means that the shows are gearing up to hit a screen near year. Which is good news.

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Filming in Vancouver: That’s a wrap for Sirens, The Crossing, Six—as Riverdale goes on hold

Filming in Vancouver: The X-Files, iZombie, Beyond, Colony, Ice, and more

Anyone hungry for some more iZombie?

This week, there’s a ton of stuff happening in the city when it comes to productions for the home screen. Basically, it’s a TV fan’s dream come true. In other words, if you love television, then you oughta be here right now.

There are a few sci-fi series, a revived paranormal investigative show, fantasy, drama, comedy, crime, and zombies. What more could you want?

Let’s take a look at all the activity going down on the streets of Hollywood North right now and coming up soon.

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Filming in Vancouver: The X-Files, iZombie, Beyond, Colony, Ice, and more

Vancouver Screen Scene: Greg Poehler, Tatiana Maslany, and the Vancouver International Film Festival

Tatiana Maslany

Orphan Black‘s Tatiana Maslany is one of the many film industry speakers at the 2016 Vancouver International Film Festival.

This week’s roundup of what’s shooting in Vancouver concentrates on TV series. But there’ll also be a number of appearances by filmmakers at the Vancouver International Film Festival to take note of too.

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Vancouver Screen Scene: Greg Poehler, Tatiana Maslany, and the Vancouver International Film Festival

Vancouver Screen Scene: From The Deep to Wanda Sykes and Joel Kinnaman

Wanda Sykes

Comedian Wanda Sykes will star in the TV series World’s End.

Nothing is what it seems in Hollywood—and that’s also this week’s theme in our roundup of what’s shooting here in Hollywood North.

With shows about insane asylums, con artists, downloadable humans, and mysterious mermaids, there’s a lot of imaginative action going down in town.

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Vancouver Screen Scene: From The Deep to Wanda Sykes and Joel Kinnaman