Filming in Vancouver: Orlando Bloom, Riverdale, The Good Doctor, Supergirl, The Flash, and more

Orlando Bloom

Okay, so this is where things start to get really hectic.

A ginormous slew of TV series, which wrapped up last year or earlier this year, are now heading back to town to start filming their next season.

There’s everything in the mix that you can think of: dramas, sci-fi, superheroes, and more.

As if that’s not enough, two feature film productions are getting underway today as we speak.

Since we’ve got a lot to get through in this week’s roundup of what’s going in Vancouver’s screen scene, let’s get to it.

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Filming in Vancouver: Orlando Bloom, Riverdale, The Good Doctor, Supergirl, The Flash, and more

Filming in Vancouver: The Good Doctor, Arrow, The Flash, Riverdale, and more

Several superhero TV series filmed in Vancouver, including The Flash and Arrow, have been renewed for another season.

Good news, TV viewers: many of your favourite TV series have been renewed for another season. Which also means that many of your favourite TV stars will be returning to Vancouver for filming. Double win!

Okay, so now the bad news.

While nothing has been confirmed yet, there are a handful of series whose future is yet undetermined.

We’ll take a look at all of those, as well as a Chinese feature film visiting here for a week, and a TV series about one of the biggest medical disasters in Canadian history.

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Filming in Vancouver: The Good Doctor, Arrow, The Flash, Riverdale, and more

Filming in Vancouver: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Good Doctor, Spontaneous, and Salvation

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

As always, the screen gods giveth and the screen gods taketh—and this week is no exception.

In this week’s roundup of ever-changing Vancouver’s screen scene, a TV series and a pilot get the cameras rolling but two series and a feature film have called it a wrap.

Here’s a look at what’s coming and going from the city this past and coming week.

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Filming in Vancouver: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Good Doctor, Spontaneous, and Salvation

Filming in Vancouver: Johnny Depp, Freddie Highmore, Eric McCormack, The Arrangement, and more

Johnny Depp

In this week’s roundup of what’s shooting in Vancouver, a bunch of TV series that shot their pilots here a few months back are now kicking off production on their inaugural seasons.

But first up, there’s a big-name Hollywood star shooting a feature film in town—and this city is where he first began his rapid ascent to fame.

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Filming in Vancouver: Johnny Depp, Freddie Highmore, Eric McCormack, The Arrangement, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Beyond, Reboot, Singularity, Seth Rogen, and more

Vancouver’s Burkely Duffield stars in the sci-fi drama Beyond.

A flurry of TV pilots that were shooting in town are wrapping up this week. But there’s another on the way, with some big names (including a hometown boy) attached to it. And while two shows are calling it a wrap, there’s a sci-fi series gearing up for Season 2.

So let’s take a look at what’s going on in Vancouver these days.

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Filming in Vancouver: Beyond, Reboot, Singularity, Seth Rogen, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Liam Neeson, Jeremy Piven, Sandra Oh, Freddie Highmore, and more

Shaken and stirred, Liam Neeson plays a vindictive father in the thriller Hardpowder.

This week, there’s a revenge thriller and two TV pilots that are getting underway while a Canadian feature film with an international cast calls it a wrap.

There are some big names, as well as more cast details to reveal, so let’s get the show on the road, shall we?

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Filming in Vancouver: Liam Neeson, Jeremy Piven, Sandra Oh, Freddie Highmore, and more

Vancouver Screen Scene: Sandra Oh, Bates Motel, Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, and UnReal

Sandra Oh returns to the city where her career began to take off: Vancouver.

Best wishes for Year of the Rooster to all!

In the wake of Lunar New Year celebrations in Vancouver, a new feature film is on the horizon that brings together talent from both Canada and China.

There’s also a dramedy series finishing up one season and going straight into shooting the net one, a psychological horror TV series wrapping up its latest season, and a TV series about a fictitious reality TV series that is getting into shooting its third season.

Got all that? Good. Let’s get into the full details, shall we?

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Vancouver Screen Scene: Sandra Oh, Bates Motel, Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, and UnReal