Filming in Vancouver: Jessica Biel, Seth Rogen, Taraji P. Henson, Ed Helms, and more

Jessica Biel headlines the new TV series Limetown.

Okay, kids, so we’ve got a ton of stuff to tell you about in this week’s roundup of what’s happening in Vancouver’s screen scene.

So much so, in fact, that we’re going to try and do it as efficiently as possible, otherwise you’ll be sitting here reading this column forever.

In this mix, there are two feature films, a number of TV series calling it a wrap, and a whole slew of TV pilots getting underway.

With that said, let’s get to it, shall we?

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Filming in Vancouver: Jessica Biel, Seth Rogen, Taraji P. Henson, Ed Helms, 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: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, The InBetween, Jane Levy, and more

Lana Condor will star in the sequel to To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.

Valentine’s Day may have come and gone but it seems love will remain in the air for some time when it comes to Vancouver’s screen scene.

While an indie feature about two best friends searching for true love is finishing up, a sequel to a popular Netflix adaptation of Jenny Han’s best-selling young-adult romance novel series is coming soon.

There’s also a slew of TV pilots coming this way, running the gamut of genres from a detective drama based on a graphic novel to a musical dramedy.

Wanna check out this week’s look at what’s going on in Hollywood North?

See you after the jump, true believers…

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Filming in Vancouver: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, The InBetween, Jane Levy, and more

Filming in Vancouver: The Lost Boys, The Good Doctor, and The 100

Freddie Highmore stars in the Vancouver-shot medical drama The Good Doctor.

In this week’s roundup of what’s going down in Vancouver’s screen scene, we vamp it up a bit.

To wit, an ‘80s vampire movie is about to get adapted for home-viewing audiences.

Meanwhile, two TV series are calling it a wrap on their latest seasons this week.

One is a medical drama that revolves around a talented surgeon with autism while the other is a post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama.

So with all that said, here’s this week’s look at what’s coming and going from the streets of Hollywood North.

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Filming in Vancouver: The Lost Boys, The Good Doctor, and The 100

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: 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