Canada is a hot spot when it comes to filming destinations, so it comes as no surprise that now that the weather is better Hollywood's best are flying down in droves to work on film and TV projects. 

Lucky for all of us who live in Ontario, we are just close enough to the action that we can actually run into some mega stars while they're up here for work. So if you've a movie or TV junkie or just a looking for a selfie with a actor or actress, this is all the info you need about what's filming in Toronto right now. 

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The movie is still in development so there isn't too much we know about it yet. However we can say that actresses Kimberly Williams Paisley (Nashville, Two & A Half Men) and Degrassi Alum Lauren Collins will be in the film, so look out for them on the streets. 

Anne Season 2


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If you're a fan of the Netflix show Anne (with an E!) or just the Canadian books themselves, you'll be happy to hear that the show is filming 10 more episodes all over Ontario for its second season.


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Marked as a thriller, Descendant stars Orange Is The New Black lead Taylor Schilling (Piper) and Jackson Robert Scott from the It movie. 

Designated Survivor Season 2

A show about A low-level Cabinet member becoming the President of the United States after a catastrophic attack kills everyone above him in the line of succession, the show stars  and a slew of other talented actors. They're filming 22 episodes in Toronto right now! 

 In the Dark

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Marked as a TV Movie, the pilot is filming in Toronto and is about a young blind woman trying to solve her friend's murder. To check out the cast, click here


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Any big Killjoys fans should be excited to hear that 20 episodes are being filimed in Toronto at the moment. The show is about fun loving trio of bounty hunters chasing warrants all over the galaxy.

Playing Dead

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Marked as a TV movie, the plot surrounds a family of morticians whose estranged mother reappears and asks them to help her fake her own death. The movie stars Tyler Ritter, Harry Potter actor Luke Youngblood, and Kim's Convenience actress Shaleen Mulvany.

Private Eyes Season 3

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90210 actor Jason Priestley is back again for a third season of his hit show Private Eyes. The show is about an ex-pro hockey player who teams up with P.I. agent Angie Everett to form an unlikely investigative powerhouse. Look out for the cast in the city since they're here filming 12 episodes for the show. 

Secrets from the Russian Tea Room

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The movie tells the story of four people in New York City through the worst crises of their lives, and films in Toronto, Copenhagen and New York. The movie will bring stars like Zoe Kazan, Shia Lebouf, and Joel Kinnaman to Toronto. 

Shadowhunters Season 3 

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Clary, Jace and the Shadowhunter gang is back and shooting their third season for Netflix. They'll be filming 20 episodes all over Toronto so keep your eyes peeled if you want a photo with the cast!



The DC superhero film stars  and  and is about a boy who is given the ability to become an adult superhero in times of need with a single magic word. The filming wraps in Toronto on May 20th, 2018.

The Handmaid’s Tale Season 2

Many have already spotted the Handmaids Tale cast shooting around the city, but if you didn't already know that they are in Toronto working on 13 episodes for season 2 than get excited! Here's where you can spot them!


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Titans is a web TV series about a team of young superheroes led by Nightwing (formerly Batman's first Robin) that fights evil. The series is filming 10 episodes in Toronto. Check out the cast here

Umbrella Academy

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The Umbrella Academy TV series, being developed for Netflix is an adaptation of the comic book series of the same name. The cast is currently filming in Toronto (they even took some time off to check out the Infinity Mirrors Exhibit at the AGO). The show is set to premiere on Netflix in 2018.

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