5 movies and TV shows filming in Toronto this February

Jan 31 2020, 10:08 pm

Hello February!

Well Toronto, it seems the cold weather is here to stay a while longer and even though it’s not Spring just yet, don’t let that stop you from getting out and about in the city this month to catch these hometown productions in action.

There’s a certain pride and bragging rights that comes with productions filming right here in Canada. And nothings tops when Hollywood comes to your hometown — catching glimpses of the city on the big screen, cameras rolling, and maybe even a few possible celebrity sightings!

Here are five movies and TV shows to catch filming in Toronto this February.

Nightmare Alley

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A new feature film to set up shop in Toronto is Nightmare Alley which will be filming until mid-March. The new movie is said to be a adaptation of the 1946 novel written by William Lindsay Gresham. The project will bring names like Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, and Michael Shannon to town — so be on the lookout! Just recently the movie was spotted filming in the Yonge and Gerrard neighbourhood.

See – Season 2

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Starring Jason Momoa, See will be on location in Toronto this February for production of its second season. The series first season was previously filmed in British Columbia, and is expected to be filming in Ontario into the summer time.

The Expanse – Season 5


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After many viewers voiced their mixed emotions over the show being cancelled, Amazon picked up The Expanse last year for another season of the space-war drama series. Currently, season five is filming in Toronto and will wrap up production by the end of February.

American Gods – Season 3


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American Gods is on location in the city this month for its third season. Based on the 2001 novel by Neil Gaiman, the show will be on location until March giving you plenty of time to catch it in action this month.

Star Trek: Discovery – Season 3


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Star Trek: Discovery will be finished filming its third season in Toronto by mid-February. Commonly referred to by its code name Green Harvest, the series is set approximately 10 years before the original Star Trek series and stars Sonequa Martin-Green and Doug Jones among others.

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