Pretty much any Canadian will tell you that if you're looking to live somewhere that's incredibly lively and full of excitement in Canada, you'll want to move to Toronto. The 6ix is known for being home to plenty of celebrities, parties, and festivals that always keep its residents on their toes. Here are some shows filming in Toronto this month that you can totally spy on.\nSome of your favourite shows will be filming new seasons in Toronto over the coming months, but there are also some brand new shows coming to life in the city that are sure to catch your attention! Keep your eye out for celebs while strolling the streets.\nTitans (Season 2)\nView this post on Instagram Hawk and Dove swooped into action on #DCUTITANS. Catch up on TITANS episode two, only on #DCUniverse. (Link in bio) . . . Intended for mature audiences. (US only) A post shared by TITANS (@dcutitans) on Oct 22, 2018 at 11:22am PDT\nIf you're in need of another superhero series to watch, Titans is definitely an awesome option. The show stars Anna Diop, Minka Kelly, and Brenton Thwaites as a group of heroes led by Nightwing. The show will be filming in Toronto through mid-September.\nMurdoch Mysteries (Season 13)\nView this post on Instagram Guess what? @helenejoy_official and @Yannick_Bisson are BOTH nominated for #CdnScreenAwards this year. 💖 Wouldn’t it be nice if #Jilliam won? 🤞 for Yannick & VOTE now for @Helene_Joy for Audience Choice. Let’s do this, #Murdochians! >>> LINK IN BIO #MurdochMysteries #TBT #ThrowbackThursday A post shared by Murdoch Mysteries (@cbcmurdoch) on Mar 14, 2019 at 2:39pm PDT\nThe thirteenth season of Murdoch Mysteries will be filming in Toronto until November, so if you keep your eyes peeled, you'll probably see the cast around the city. If you're not familiar, the series follows Toronto-based detective William Murdoch through the 1890s and early 1900s as he solves mysterious crimes.\nLetterkenny (Season 5)\nView this post on Instagram How’r ya now? 📸 : @tyler_hynes A post shared by Letterkenny (@letterkennyproblems) on Sep 3, 2019 at 10:30am PDT\nIf there ever was a show that summed up small-town Canadian life perfectly, it would be Letterkenny. The popular series has filmed its first four seasons in Sudbury, Ontario, and will be tackling the fifth in the area as well.\nThe Boys (Season 2)\nView this post on Instagram #tbt #TheBoysTV Season 1. Careful, A-Train, or she'll blind you. #starlight A post shared by The Boys (@theboystv) on Aug 15, 2019 at 9:30am PDT\nFor those of you who have been missing Chace Crawford since Gossip Girl came to an end, you need to hop on The Boys bandwagon ASAP. The series is based on a comic book of the same name by Garth Ennis and will be filming its second season in Toronto throughout the month of September.\nCondor (Season 2)\nView this post on Instagram Go wish @leemlubany a happy birthday. A post shared by Condor (@condoratt) on Aug 31, 2019 at 11:01am PDT\nIf you've never heard of it, Condor is based on a novel called Six Days of the Condor by James Grady. The show stars Brendan Fraser, William Hurt, Leem Lubany, and Max Irons, and will be finishing up production on its second season this month in the city.\nPrivate Eyes (Season 4)\nView this post on Instagram Jason Priestley and Cindy Sampson reprise their roles in the fourth season of Private Eyes, which is in production now. - - - - - - #privateeyes #privateeyestvseries #globaltv #jasonpriestley #cindysampson @eone_tv @globaltv A post shared by World Screen (@worldscreen) on Jul 24, 2019 at 8:59am PDT\nIf you're looking for a new crime drama to add to your roster, Private Eyes will definitely stand out from the rest. The series is about a former hockey player turned detective who pairs up with a private investigator to form a unique crime-solving duo. The show's fourth season will be filming in Toronto throughout September.\nGood Witch (Season 6)\nView this post on Instagram EXCLUSIVE: Three weeks into its fifth-season run, Hallmark Channel has renewed top-rated series Good Witch, starring Catherine Bell, for a sixth season. Season 6 of the supernatural comedy-drama will be without Bailee Madison, who will be exiting after starring as Grace Russell since the series’ 2015 launch. “Once again, being the No. 1 series in cable, we are thrilled to announce a Season 6 pickup of Good Witch,” Michelle Vicary, EVP Programming & Publicity at Crown Media Family Networks, said in a statement to Deadline. “Bailee Madison will always be a beloved member of the Hallmark family.” #Goodies #GoodWitch #hallmarkchannel A post shared by Good Witch ~ Hallmark Channel (@goodwitchtv) on Jul 3, 2019 at 1:58pm PDT\nIf you enjoyed the Good Witch movie franchise, you definitely need to check out the TV series that's headed into its sixth season. The show will be filming in Toronto through to December, and if you're really lucky you may spot stars Catherine Bell and Bailee Madison!\nIn the Dark (Season 2)\nView this post on Instagram Is it Friday yet? Stream #InTheDark free: Link in bio. A post shared by In The Dark (@cwinthedark) on Sep 5, 2019 at 1:01pm PDT\nIf a show that's unlike anything you've ever seen before is what you're in the market for, In the Dark is your best choice. The show's second season will be filming in Toronto until January of 2020 and follows a young blind woman who believes that she's found the corpse of her drug-dealer friend.\nStar Trek: Discovery (Season 3)\nView this post on Instagram “Everything inside of me says that I’m safe with you.” #StarTrekPicard A post shared by Star Trek on CBS All Access (@startrekcbs) on Aug 22, 2019 at 5:28pm PDT\nIf you consider yourself a bit of a sci-fi nerd, Star Trek is always a classic thing to geek out over. Discovery's third season will be filming on location in Toronto into December with stars Doug Jones and Sonequa Martin-Green, just to name a few.\nThe Umbrella Academy (Season 2)\nView this post on Instagram sorry, Hollywood. Allison's leaving you on read because the apocalypse or whatever (📸: @justinmin) A post shared by The Umbrella Academy (@umbrellaacad) on Feb 21, 2019 at 12:33pm PST\nWhen it first came out on Netflix, The Umbrella Academy blew up faster than anyone could imagine. The show's highly anticipated second season will be back in Toronto filming throughout the month of September - fingers crossed that it doesn't take too long to hit Netflix!\nJupiter's Legacy (Season 1)\nView this post on Instagram #jupiterslegacynetflix serie #series #Netflix #pronto A post shared by Latin Comics (@latin_comics) on Aug 15, 2019 at 5:04am PDT\nContinuing on its streak of bringing comic books to life, Netflix's latest project is a series called Jupiter's Legacy. The show stars Josh Duhamel, Leslie Bibb, and Matt Lanter, and will be in Toronto for filming through October.