6 Shows Filming In Toronto In 2022 Where You May Spot Your Fav Celebrities

Ben Barnes, Rupert Grint, Sophia Bush and more will be in these shows!

Toronto Staff Writer
6 Shows Filming In Toronto In 2022 Where You May Spot Your Fav Celebrities

Toronto is always buzzing with one movie star or another, and if you're lucky enough, you may just run into one shooting their next big role.

This year, so many TV shows are coming to film in the city, from Netflix series with big names like Guillermo del Toro to spins on old classics like Star Trek.

Cabinet of Curiosities  

About: This new Netflix series which was reportedly previously called Guillermo del Toro Presents 10 After Midnight, has a star-studded cast and a pretty notable creator. Guillermo del Toro is best known for his work in The Shape of Water, Hellboy and Pan's Labyrinth and is the creator behind the new series. The horror series is expected to be filming in Toronto until February 2022.

Starring: Rupert Grint, Essie Davis, Ben Barnes, Crispin Glover, Andrew Lincoln

Good Sam

About: If you're a fan of Grey's Anatomy, you might like this one. This show follows a surgeon who has to step up to the plate to become a leader after her big-shot boss goes into a coma, according to IMDb. The show is shooting in Oakville until March 2022.

Starring: Sophia Bush, Jason Isaacs, Skye P. Marshall


About: Sex/Life season two is set to be filmed in Mississauga from February until May 2022. The Netflix series follows a married mother as she enters a steamy love triangle with an old flame and her husband.

Starring: Sarah Shahi, Mike Vogel, Adam Demos

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds 

About: This prequel to Star Trek: The Original Series will follow the adventures of "the USS Enterprise under Captain Christopher Pike," according to IMDb. While season one isn't set for release until mid-2022, season two is already in development and will be filmed in Mississauga from February to June 2022, so you'll have plenty of time to try and catch a glimpse of filming.

Starring: Anson Mount, Rebecca Romijn, Ethan Peck

In the Dark

About: This crime show follows a blind woman in her 20s who finds her friend's body while out for a walk. The body vanishes before police arrive, so she resolves to find out what happened. This series has been running for a while and is currently filming its fourth season in Toronto until May 2022. You can catch this series on The CW.

Starring: Perry Mattfeld, Brooke Markham, Morgan Krantz

Murdoch Mysteries

About: CBC's longstanding Toronto-based show is coming back for season 15! This historical mystery takes place in Toronto in the 1890s and early 1900s and follows detective William Murdoch as he solves murders using advanced methods. The series is filming in Toronto until February 2022.

Starring: Yannick Bisson, Helene Joy, Thomas Craig

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