Filming in Vancouver: The Magicians, Are You Afraid of the Dark, and the Healing Powers of Dude

The Magicians

This week sees three TV series starting up.

One is a magical show—but will be continuing on without one of its leading characters.

Another is a scary show that brings back a campfire from the 1990s.

And a third show is already receiving some positive response from some observers from disability communities.

Here’s a look at what’s happening Vancouver’s screen scene this week.

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Filming in Vancouver: The Magicians, Are You Afraid of the Dark, and the Healing Powers of Dude

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.

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

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: Keanu Reeves, Daniel Dae Kim, Will Ferrell, The Magicians, and more

Keanu Reeves has joined the cast of the Vancouver-shot romcom Always Be My Maybe.

This week’s roundup of what’s shooting in Vancouver’s screen scene is filled with magic—of all different types.

A magical TV series returns for its fourth season while a brand new TV series featuring witches will shoot its pilot.

Meanwhile, a Netflix film, filled with the magic of the romance, has added some major stars who’ll have onlookers swooning.

Wanna know what’s going on? Well then, read on.

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Filming in Vancouver: Keanu Reeves, Daniel Dae Kim, Will Ferrell, The Magicians, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Jacob Tremblay, Seth Rogen, Ben Platt, The Magicians, and more

The Magicians

Summer’s on its way—and with it, so are a bunch of big and small screen productions.

Here’s a look at what film and TV projects are coming to Vancouver, including one starring a hometown boy (produced by another big-name hometown boy).

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Filming in Vancouver: Jacob Tremblay, Seth Rogen, Ben Platt, The Magicians, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Ashley Judd, The Magicians, and new cyberpunk series Altered Carbon

The Magicians is wrapping up Season 3 but will be hitting a home screen near you quite soon.

As we continue on our never-ending trajectory deeper into the holiday season, productions are continuing to close up shop in Vancouver. Speaking to that point, a doggone feature film and a magical TV series will call it a wrap this week.

But there’s also a first look at a new cyberpunk TV series that will be premiering early in the new year. 

So with all that in mind, let’s take a look at what’s going on in Vancouver’s screen scene this week.

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Filming in Vancouver: Ashley Judd, The Magicians, and new cyberpunk series Altered Carbon

Filming in Vancouver: A Series of Unfortunate Events, plus shows calling it a wrap in December

Neil Patrick Harris

December is also upon us, which means it’s almost time for the holiday season.

That also means a number of film and TV productions will be saying farewell to our fair city before the new year arrives.

But since the industry’s motto is “the show must always go on”, there are still some productions coming into town and others that are stalwartly marching on throughout the winter.

Here’s a quick rundown of the films and TV series that’ll be calling it a wrap this coming month—with a few other notes about comings and goings. 

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Filming in Vancouver: A Series of Unfortunate Events, plus shows calling it a wrap in December