It’s pretty neat when a new movie or the next instalment of your favourite TV show is live and on location right here in your hometown. The possibility of spotting that character you love – or the one you love to hate – cameras rolling, bright lights and directors yelling “action!”
Here are 14 movies and TV shows filming in Vancouver this April.
After receiving tons of positive reviews and fans binge-watching on repeat, Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved will be getting a sequel! The teen rom-com continues in To All the Boys I’ve Loved 2 which is filming in Vancouver through to May.
Motherland will begin production in Vancouver this April. This new 10-episode drama witch series stars Taylor Hickson, Jessica Sutton, Kelcey Mawema as series regulars and none other than Will Ferrell as executive producer alongside Adam McKay and Kevin Messick.
Chesapeake Shores returns to Vancouver to film its fourth season of the Hallmark series. The series focuses on single mother Abby O’Brien, played by BC native Meghan Ory, who returns to her hometown from New York City. Joining Ory back on screen for season four is Jesse Metcalfe.
While currently only its pilot was filmed in Vancouver this past March, Batwoman will be on location in the city this coming Spring. Starring Ruby Rose as main character Kate Kane, the new series will really expand the DC Comics universe with its first ever lesbian superhero.
See will be on location in Vancouver till mid-April. While their hasn’t been a lot of details shared about the plot just yet, the new sci-fi series will star Alfre Woodward and Jason Momoa as the lead roles, and is said to be set in the far future where humans have lost the sense of sight.
This new series will be in production in Vancouver this month through to May. Starring Zainab Johnson and Andy Allo, the show is about a man who dies and is somehow able to choose his own afterlife.
Van Helsing will be back in town this month until June to film for season four of the hit show. Starring Kelly Overton as the series main character, the show follows Vanessa Helsing who is the daughter of vampire slayer Abraham Van Helsing.
Almost 300 years into the future, Altered Carbon is a Netflix series set in advanced digital times where humans are able to survive death by transferring their memories and consciousness into new bodies. The new series will be back on location in Vancouver this month all the way until June to film for its second season starring Canadian actress Kristin Lehman and Swedish actor Joel Kinnaman.
Magic Hour, going by its working title of the Untitled Hilde Lysiak Project, will continue filming in Vancouver this month. Starring Brooklynn Prince as the main character Hilde Lysiak, the series is said to be about a young girl who moves to her father’s lakeside town and begins to solve a cold case. The series is inspired by the true story of investigative reporter Hilde Lysiak who exposed a murder at age nine.
The CW’s Charmed will be on location in Vancouver this April. Starring Sarah Jeffery, Melonie Diaz and Madeleine Mantock, the series is about three sisters who discover after their mother passes away that they are actually very powerful witches.
Netflix’s Riverdale will be in Metro Vancouver to film its third season of the hit show. Based on the Archie Comics, the show will wrap up production at the beginning of April.
The hit show Arrow will finish up filming in Vancouver this month for its seventh season starring Stephen Amell.
Back for its fifth season, The Flash will wrap up filming in Vancouver mid-April. The show is based on the DC comics and stars Grant Gustin as crime scene investigator Barry Allen, who has the superpower of speed and uses it to rescue innocents while fighting crime.
Supergirl is back to save the day! Supergirl will wrap up production of its fourth season in Vancouver mid-April.