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: 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: 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: Woke, Snowpiercer, iZombie, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is one of several TV series on a holiday hiatus in Vancouver.

With the city awash in seasonal decorations and celebrations, Vancouver’s typically busy screen scene is coming to a standstill as film and TV productions take a winter interlude.

In this week’s rundown of what’s going on in Hollywood North, we take a quick look at a few productions that are on hiatus, and preparing to wrap up shortly thereafter in the new year.

Plus, there’s a new TV pilot that’ll be shooting in the city.

So before you settle in for a holiday rest, here’s a quick look at what’s happening on the streets of Vancouver.

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Filming in Vancouver: Woke, Snowpiercer, iZombie, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

Filming in Vancouver: New TV series The Murders and Magic Hour, fantasy-romance feature Undying

Vancouver star Jessica Lucas is in the lead role of the new TV series The Murders.

In this week’s roundup of what’s happening the local screen scene, there are two new TV series underway and they’re both about homicide investigations.

But that’s where the similarities end.

One revolves around a detective who is seeking to redeem herself while the other is about a young girl and aspiring journalist who takes matters into her own hands and finds herself taking on a murder case.

Intrigued? Well, here’s a quick look at what’s going on around town—as well as elsewhere in B.C.

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Filming in Vancouver: New TV series The Murders and Magic Hour, fantasy-romance feature Undying

Filming in Vancouver: Child’s Play to wrap, The Magicians to finish up Season 4

Aubrey Plaza has been in town filming the Child’s Play reboot.

Just as Halloween has wrapped up, a killer doll that has been terrorizing the city is finally ending its reign of terror.

And along with other things that go bump in the night, a TV series about a group of magicians battling dark forces is also finishing up production on its latest season.

Here’s a quick roundup of what’s departing from Vancouver’s screen scene this week.

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Filming in Vancouver: Child’s Play to wrap, The Magicians to finish up Season 4

Filming in Vancouver: When Calls the Heart and The Detour wrap, Undying to come

Kevin McGarry is one of the new faces on When Calls the Heart.

In this week’s roundup of what’s going on in the local screen scene, two TV series call it a wrap—bringing them that much closer to hitting a home screen near you with their latest episodes.

One is a historical romance-drama that is carrying on in the aftermath of a surprising twist of events to one of its main characters.

The other is a comedy series about a family on the lam that has filmed in a different location for each season—with Vancouver being its latest.

Meanwhile, a fantasy-romance feature is coming to film in the province.

So after the jump, here’s a look at some of the latest developments in Hollywood North.

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Filming in Vancouver: When Calls the Heart and The Detour wrap, Undying to come