Filming in Vancouver: Olivia Taylor Dudley, Snowpiercer, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, iZombie

Olivia Taylor Dudley will be starring in the comedy-drama Some of Our Stallions.

Although 2019 may have only recently gotten underway, three series are already calling it a wrap for production on their latest seasons—with one coming to a permanent close.

However, there’s good news: a new feature film is about to start shooting. 

From neo-ice-age survivors and crime-solving zombies to teams of superheroes and best friends in search of true love, here’s a look at what’s coming and going from Vancouver’s screen scene this week.

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Filming in Vancouver: Olivia Taylor Dudley, Snowpiercer, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, iZombie

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: Riverdale, When Calls the Heart, iZombie, Supergirl, and Supernatural

The cast of Riverdale is back in town to shoot its latest season.

The influx of TV series returning to the busy streets of Vancouver continues this week, with another batch getting back on set around town.

Among them is a hit teen drama series, a Western romance-drama, a longrunning supernatural series, a gal-powered superhero series, and a zomcom-drama.

If you want to know more, then read on, but a caveat: if you haven’t caught up on all your binge-watching, let it be known that ahead there lie many a summary of season finales that have aired over the past few months. And so: spoiler alert.)

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Filming in Vancouver: Riverdale, When Calls the Heart, iZombie, Supergirl, and Supernatural

Filming in Vancouver: iZombie, UnReal, The 100, and…Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?

If you happen to spot Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Vancouver, there’s something you should know—find out below.

Things are starting to pick up on the streets of Hollywood North as more productions appear on the horizon.

This week, we take a look at a new TV series based on a grim folk tale, three TV series wrap up production as they gear up to hit the airwaves with their latest seasons, and…Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are coming to Vancouver?

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Filming in Vancouver: iZombie, UnReal, The 100, and…Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?

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: From The Arrangement and iZombie to Chesapeake Shores and Okja

Jake Gylenhaal is in town to shoot Boon Jong Ho's Okja

Jake Gylenhaal is starring in Boon Jong Ho’s Okja, which is starting its Vancouver shoot.

In this week’s roundup of what’s shooting in Hollywood North, we have a collection of four TV series kicking off today, three productions leaving town, and a Netflix movie, by a renowned South Korean director, starting the Vancouver leg of its production.

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Vancouver Screen Scene: From The Arrangement and iZombie to Chesapeake Shores and Okja