While filming in Hollywood North took a serious hiatus in the past year due to COVID-19, these local productions are finally back in town! From new movies filming on location to your old favourite series, these actors and crew are hard at work to bring you some new binge-worthy creations for 2021.
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Here are 20 movies and TV shows filming in Vancouver this February.
The Adam Project
The Adam Project is filming in Vancouver this month, with production expected to continue into March. Alongside Mark Ruffalo, none other than Vancouver’s own Ryan Reynolds stars in the new movie, which has been filming in town since November. The science fiction film is said to be about a man who travels through time to receive help from his younger self. Other big names include Jennifer Garner and Zoe Saldana.
Mixtape will be on location in Vancouver this month. This new film stars Julie Bowen and Jackson Rathbone and tells the story of a young girl who stumbles upon a mixtape belonging to her deceased mother. When the tape gets ruined, she goes in search of the songs written on the case, which takes her on a journey of discovering who her mother really was.
Riverdale – Season 5
The gang is back in town! Riverdale will be on location in Metro Vancouver this month for another season of the binge-worthy Netflix show. Based on the popular Archie comics, Riverdale will be filming in the area until May.
Big Sky – Season 1
Starring Ryan Phillippe and Katheryn Winnick, Big Sky is a new TV series in town filming for its first season. The series premiered this past November on ABC and follows two private detectives who team up with an ex-cop to uncover the truth surrounding a series of kidnappings in the Montana area.
Upload – Season 2
Upload is back on location in Vancouver to film its second season. The series is expected to be in production in Vancouver until April. Starring Zainab Johnson and Andy Allo, the series is about a man who dies and is somehow able to choose his own afterlife. The show streams on Amazon Prime Video and was quickly renewed for a second season only days after the season premiere.
Superman & Lois – Season 1
Superman & Lois will be filming on location in Vancouver this February through to March. The new superhero drama series follows the popular DC Comics characters — the one and only Superman and Lois Lane. Be sure to mark your calendars for its February 23 premiere date!
The Good Doctor – Season 4
The Good Doctor is back on location in Vancouver this February for another season of the hit show. Starring Freddie Highmore as the main character, Shaun Murphy, the show revolves around a surgeon with autism who thinks outside the box and is recruited to work at a prestigious hospital.
Nancy Drew – Season 2
Nancy Drew is back filming in Vancouver for its second season of The CW show. Based upon the original Nancy Drew books, the series is based around an 18-year-old Nancy Drew who gets involved in a mystery when she and a group of her friends witness a murder.
The Flash – Season 7
The Flash will be filming in the city this February for its seventh season. The show is based on the DC comics and stars Grant Gustin as crime scene investigator Barry Allen, a man who has the superpower of speed and uses it to rescue innocents while fighting crime.
Turner & Hooch – Season 1
This new Disney series will be filming on location in Vancouver this month for its first season. Starring Josh Peck, the comedy series is an adaptation of the 1989 film Turner & Hooch, which tells the story of a detective who solves crime alongside his dysfunctional dog.
Batwoman – Season 2
Batwoman will be on location in the city this month, with filming expected to continue into May. The series is known for breaking new ground and really expanding the DC Comics universe with its first-ever lesbian superhero. Ruby Rose previously starred as Kate Kane; however, she left the show after its first season and Javicia Leslie took over as the lead character.
Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist – Season 2
Starring Jane Levy, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist will be filming its second season in Vancouver this February. The fantasy series follows a young woman who has the ability to hear other people’s thoughts as songs.
Supergirl – Season 6
Back for another season, Supergirl will be on location in Vancouver this February. Melissa Benoist stars as Kara, better known as Supergirl in this series, who must balance being a reporter and fighting crime while hiding her identity from the human world.
Snowpiercer – Season 3
Back for its third season, Snowpiercer will be filming in Vancouver this month. The drama series is based around the French graphic novel Le Transperceneige and tells the story of the last survivors left on Earth who board a train called “The Snowpiercer” that travels around the world.
A Million Little Things – Season 3
A Million Little Things is in Vancouver filming for its third season, with production expected to continue into May. Starring Ron Livingston, this series follows a group of tight-knit friends who come to realize what truly matters in life after one of them suddenly passes away.
DC Legends of Tomorrow – Season 6
Legends of Tomorrow is in Vancouver to film its fifth season and will wrap up production at the end of January. The series centres around a group of heroes and villains who work together to help prevent an apocalypse from destroying the Earth.
Debris – Season 1
Starring Riann Steele and Jonathan Tucker, Debris will be filming in Vancouver this February for its first season. Set to premiere at the beginning of March, the science fiction show is about two agents who are investigating an alien spacecraft that is causing strange things to happen on Earth.
Charmed – Season 3
The CW’s Charmed will be in production in Vancouver this month to film its third season. 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.
The Babysitters Club – Season 2
The nostalgia is real! The Baby-Sitters Club will be back on location in Vancouver, filming for its second season. Based on Ann M. Martin’s book series, the new series is getting a serious update and the first season is already streaming on Netflix.
Maid – Season 1
Maid set up shop in Vancouver back in September to film for its first season of the Netflix show, with filming expected to continue into March. The series is being adapted from Stephanie Land’s bestselling memoir Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive.