11 Movies and TV Shows Filming in Vancouver in May

Hello May!

Spring has officially arrived in Vancouver, which means warmer weather is on the horizon and new flowers are popping up all over the city – and it looks like a few stars are, too. From brand new movies on location to your favorite series returning for another season, these cast and crew work hard to bring you binge-worthy creations you don’t want to miss!

Here’s everything you need to know about filming in Vancouver in May.

Spooky Show – Season 4

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horror show will begin filming in the city at the end of May and production is expected to continue through August. The horror series brings comic book stories to life and is a continuation of 1982 horror show movie, with each episode telling a different scary story with different characters.

horror show has a long list of famous cast members from previous seasons like David Arquette, Ali Larter, Kid Cudi, Justin Long, Anna Camp, Breckin Meyer, and James Remar, among many others. Who knows which stars might be in season four – so keep your eyes peeled in town!

Kill the Orange Faced Bear – Season 1

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Kill the orange-faced bear begins filming in May for its first season. Featuring new girl Damon Wayans Jr. in the lead role, the new series is about a man who mourns the loss of his girlfriend after she is eaten by a bear while on a camping trip. But don’t be all sad just yet because there’s a twist – Kill the orange-faced bear is a comedy series, and comedian and actress Sarah Silverman will (of course) be the voice of Brenda the Bear.

Cruel Summer – Season 2

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cruel summer is filming in Metro Vancouver in May for its second season. The series is set in 90s Texas and tells the story of two young girls – popular girl Kate, who mysteriously disappears, and social outcast Jeanette, who suddenly takes her place at school.

Previously, the series was filmed in Dallas, Texas, but production moved to Richmond for season two. cruel summer will be filming in the city until August.

The Nanny – Season 1

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A new mystery series The nanny will set up shop in Metro Vancouver this spring. Filming for the new series begins in May and will continue through the summer months. Starring Kelly Bishop and Andrea Londo, the series will follow Elena, a stay-at-home nanny who moves in with a wealthy widower and his son and begins to uncover all sorts of secrets.

Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies


Fat: The Rise of the Pink Ladies is filming in the Vancouver area until June. To be called the prequel to the classic musical Fat, the 10-episode musical series will be set four years before the original. From pink ladies to Van Tech transformed into Rydell High, the new series will give you all those nostalgic Fat the vibes you were missing!

Superman & Lois – Season 2

Tyler Hoechlin dresses up as Superman for the Vancouver filming of Supergirl (Ken R/Daily Hive)

Tyler Hoechlin dresses up as Superman for the Vancouver filming of Supergirl (Ken R/Daily Hive)

Superman and Lois has been shooting in Metro Vancouver since September and production will continue through May for its second season. The new superhero drama series follows popular DC Comics characters – the one and only Superman and Lois Lane.

Blockbuster – Season 1

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Another blast from the past, that of Netflix blockbuster will wrap filming in the city in May. The series has been filming in Vancouver since February. The new comedy series will be set in the latest Blockbuster store in the United States and will feature none other than actor and comedian Randall Park.

Riverdale – Season 6


Archie, Betty, Veronica and Jughead – the whole gang is here! Riverdale is on hand in Metro Vancouver for another season of the binge-worthy Netflix show. Based on the popular Archie comics, Riverdale will be filming in the region until June for its sixth season.

Chesapeake Shores – Season 6

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Hallmark of Chesapeake ribs is in Vancouver this month to film its sixth season. The series follows single mother Abby O’Brien, a divorced New York career woman who abruptly returns to her small hometown. As Abby, British Columbia native Meghan Ory. Unfortunately, Jesse Metcalfe who played Abby’s high school sweetheart, Trace Riley, won’t be returning for season six.

Snowdrops – Season 4

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Back for its fourth season, snowdrops will be filming in Vancouver until August. The drama series is based on the French graphic design novel The Transperceneige. He tells the narrative of the last survivors left on Earth, who board a train called “The Snowpiercer” that travels the now frozen world. snowdrops stars Jennifer Connelly and Daveed Diggs.

The Night Agent – Season 1

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Another Netflix series on location in Vancouver is The Night Officer. The political drama series is filming in the city in May and production is set to wrap in June. With Gabriel Basso and Luciane Buchanan in the main roles, The Night of Agent is based on the bestselling 2019 novel by Matthew Quirk.

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