10 movies and TV shows filming in Vancouver in May

Apr 29 2019, 11:05 pm

Hello May!

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 10 movies and TV shows filming in Vancouver this May.

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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 2

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After receiving tons of positive reviews and fans binge-watching on repeat, Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before will be getting a sequel! The teen rom-com continues in To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 2 which will wrap up production in Vancouver this month.


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Starring Riverdale’s Camila Mendes, Windfall will be filming in Vancouver this May. The new feature film is said to be about the life of a young couple who eventually get caught up in a criminal investigation.

Beverly Hills 90210

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Yup – you heard it right, Beverly Hills 90210 is getting a reboot! The new mini-series will bring together its former cast members Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering,  Brian Austin Green, Shannen Doherty, Gabrielle Carteris, and Tori Spelling. The reboot of the former 1990’s hit show will be on location shooting six episodes in North Vancouver this month through to July. 

You Me Her – Season 5


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Back for its fifth season, You Me Her will be on location in Vancouver until July. The series focuses on a suburban couple from Portland, Oregon that enters into a romantic three-way relationship starring Greg Poehler, Canadian actress Rachel Blanchard and Priscilla Faia.

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina – Season 3 /4

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An adaptation of the comic book series, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is back on location in Vancouver this month filming for its third and fourth season. The Netflix series stars Kiernan Shipka as main character Sabrina Spellman, along with costars Jaz Sinclair, Chance Perdomo, Michelle Gomez, Lucy Davis, Miranda Otto, and Richard Coyle.

Motherland – Season 1

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Motherland will be in production in Vancouver this month. 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 – Season 4

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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.

Upload – Season 1

This new series will be in production in Vancouver till mid-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 – Season 4

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Van Helsing will be on location 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.

Altered Carbon – Season 2

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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 through to June to film for its second season starring Canadian actress Kristin Lehman and Swedish actor Joel Kinnaman.

Batwoman – Season 1

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While currently only its pilot was filmed in Vancouver this past March, Batwoman will be back on location in the city sometime this Spring to continue shooting. Starring Ruby Rose as main character Kate Kane, the new series will really expand the DC Comics universe with its first-ever lesbian superhero.

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