Filming in Vancouver: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 3, Loudermilk, Motherland, and more

Lana Condor will star in To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 3

We’ve got horror, we’ve got romance, we’ve got dark comedy, and—yes, folks—we’ve even got witchy supernatural drama.

What are we talking about? Why, Vancouver’s screen scene, of course.

In this week’s roundup of what’s filming, there’s a freaky scarefest about high-school students being pursued by a serial killer while on the flip-side, there’s a romcom about the travails of the heart during high school.

Meanwhile, a recovering alcoholic blusters his way through the third season of a comedy TV series while a trio of witches gear up to fight for America (and no, we’re not talking about Charmed).

Wanna know more? See you after the jump.

Continue reading:
Filming in Vancouver: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 3, Loudermilk, Motherland, and more

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.

Continue reading:
Filming in Vancouver: The Flash, Batwoman, Loudermilk, and Sacred Lies

Filming in Vancouver: BH90210, You Me Her, and TV series returning this summer

North Vancouver’s Jason Priestley will star in BH90210.

This week in what’s filming in Vancouver, two TV series get underway.

One is linked to a hit teen drama from the 1990s—but this version quite a different type of show than the one it’s based upon.

As that one gets going, so does another one featuring a three-way couple who are navigating the uncharted territory otherwise known as suburbia.

Plus, there’s a whole bunch of TV series, ranging from fantasy and comedy to ensemble dramas, coming back to shoot this summer.

So with all that in mind, here’s a quick overview of what’s happening in Vancouver’s screen scene.

Continue reading:
Filming in Vancouver: BH90210, You Me Her, and TV series returning this summer

Filming in Vancouver: A rebooted Twilight Zone, The InBetween, Loudermilk, and more

Although it’s still summer (technically speaking, despite the current weather), Vancouver’s screen scene has turned towards the spookier elements of autumn, with a supernatural tone running through this week’s roundup that continues on from previous weeks.

This week, two news TV series that are deal with limbo realms will be coming to town to shoot their first seasons.

Meanwhile, a cranky comedy wraps up—and there’s brief news about a new series that centres around everyone’s favourite subject: puppies!

If you’re curious, then read on.

But be warned: You are about to enter a new dimension.

Continue reading:
Filming in Vancouver: A rebooted Twilight Zone, The InBetween, Loudermilk, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Keanu Reeves, Ali Wong, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and more

Keanu Reeves

This week, a romcom, featuring a cast with some of the top Asian American stars, wraps up.

But we also have the lowdown on a whole bunch of TV series that are back on local streets to shoot their latest seasons—and bringing their stars with them.

Here’s a rundown of what’s filming in Vancouver’s screen scene.

Continue reading:
Filming in Vancouver: Keanu Reeves, Ali Wong, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Fresh Off the Boat’s Ali Wong and Russell Park, Loudermilk, Critters, and more

Fresh Off the Boat’s Randall Park is in Vancouver shooting a new film he cowrote with his costar Ali Wong.

Get ready for some laughs in the near future as a fresh bunch of comedic projects are coming into town in this week’s roundup of what’s filming in town.

Two comedic Asian-American stars are here shooting a romcom in Vancouver. Meanwhile, a comedy TV series about a crankpot is back to shoot its second season. And a horror-comedy franchise from the 1980s is getting revived.

Beyond comedy, a docudrama about a dramatic period in recent tech history is finishing up production.

If you’re ready to find out what’s happening this week in Vancouver’s scene scene, let’s dive right in, shall we?

Continue reading:
Filming in Vancouver: Fresh Off the Boat’s Ali Wong and Russell Park, Loudermilk, Critters, and more

Vancouver Screen Scene: Ice, No Tomorrow, Date My Dad, and more

The TV series Ice, starring Cam Gigandet, will be wrapping up production this week.

‘Twas the week before Christmas and all through the city, not a production was stirring, not even a miniseries.

Well, not quite. But a number of productions are taking a break for the holiday season and several are wrapping up.

That said, the new year will bring a number of new productions to the city, and we’ve already got one on our radar.

Continue reading:
Vancouver Screen Scene: Ice, No Tomorrow, Date My Dad, and more