If you're currently binge-watching Netflix shows alongside everyone else in Canada, you've likely recognized Vancouver as the Firefly Lane filming location. \nWhile the new Netflix series starring Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke is set in Seattle, it was filmed right here in B.C. \nFirefly Lane follows the best friendship of Kate Mularkey and Tully Hart from when they meet as young teens in the 70s all the way up until their 40s in the early 2000s. \nEditor's Choice: The Weeknd’s Super Bowl Performance Became A Viral Meme Fest & Here's Why\n\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Netflix\n \n \n \nAtlas of Wonders has pinpointed some of the most iconic filming locations that you may or may not have recognized while watching. \nFirst, let's talk about Kate and Tully's homes. Kate lives in an epic waterfront house with an amazing ocean view and a huge pool. This stunning location can be found in Horseshoe Bay on Marine Drive. \nMeanwhile, Tully lives in a beautiful penthouse with floor-to-ceiling windows and a huge patio that provide views of Vancouver's city-defining glass skyline. This apartment is part of the Residences on Georgia building in downtown Vancouver.\nAs for their childhood homes on Firefly Lane, the adorable, farm-style homes are actually located in Fort Langley. If you haven't driven out that way before, you should, because it's truly beautiful. \n\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Netflix\n \n \n \nTheir in-school scenes were filmed at Lord Byng Secondary, the same place they film Riverdale, according to HITC.\nSome of the dining establishments you'll see on the show include Per Se Social Corner, Alibi Room, Ovaltine Cafe, and more. \nIf you haven't watched Firefly Lane yet, you are seriously missing out.