8 Movies & Shows Filming In BC This Month
You don't have to have a friend in the industry to get a scoop on what's filming in B.C. right now. We found a bunch of shows and movies being made here in our province so we know which stars to be on the lookout for.
There are also a number of holiday TV movies filming as well, including The Christmas Waltz, The Christmas Ring, The Christmas House, The Christmas Doctor, Never Kiss A Man In A Christmas Sweater, A Sugar And Spice Holiday, A Bright And Merry Christmas.
So the next time you put on a cheesy holiday rom-com, just look out for any Vancouver landmarks you see in the scenes.
In case you didn't know, pretty much all of the CW's superhero shows are filmed here.
For example, The Flash always uses the streets of Vancouver as "Central City" and when they see a location they like, they rebuild it as a set. The "CC Jitters" coffeeshop looks suspiciously like the JJ Bean on Burrard Street!
Here's the scoop on what they're filming right now in B.C.
DC Legends Of Tomorrow
Why You Need To Watch: This stacked show is full of characters from all the DC shows like Arrow and The Flash.
Are You Afraid Of The Dark?
Why You Need To Watch: If you watched the OG version of the show growing up and still have nightmares, why not give yourself something new to be scared of?
Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist
Why You Need To Watch: Anyone who loves musicals and light-hearted TV will want to binge on this show.
Why You Need To Watch: Right now they're filming season 5 of the smash hit show and it's time to catch up or rewatch your favourite episodes so you can follow along with the mysteries.
Lost In Space
Why You Need To Watch: Making B.C. look like another planet, this Netflix show is perfect for sci-fi fans.
The Wendy Williams Story
Why You Need To Watch: Lifetime is making a Wendy Williams movie here so you can learn more about the mega-successful and charming TV personality.
Motherland Fort Salem
Why You Need To Watch: This witchy show will get you into the mood for Halloween and fall faster than a trip to the pumpkin patch.
Why You Need To Watch: Ruby Rose might not star in this Vancouver-filmed show anymore, but you want to catch season two when it airs to see the first-ever Black Batwoman Javicia Leslie take the role.