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WEEK: December 10-16, 2012

  • Sunday, December 16th – Noah Wyle and Will Patton film Falling Skies  dream sequence in Gastown’s Coffee Bar.
  • Friday, December 14th – Arrow begins its holiday hiatus. Returning January 2, 2013.
  • Friday, December 14th – Cult wraps filming of its 1st season (technically Saturday at 2:30 a.m.). Premieres Tuesday, February 19, 2013 on The CW.
  • Friday, December 14th – Fringe airs the ninth episode of its final season with Walter on acid trip featuring the return of Dr. Carla Warren in a hallucination filmed in NYC taxicab and later the Fringe team searching for Donald’s signal at the Britannia Heritage Shipyards park in Steveston.
  • Friday, December 14th – Sitcom Package Deal tapes in front of a live studio audience in Burnaby.
  • Friday, December 14th – A&E releases the first promotional trailer for upcoming series Bates Motel
  • Friday, December 14th – Fringe showrunner Joel Wyman shares images of the series finale wtih commentary on EW.com
  • Friday, December 14th – After five seasons – four of them filmed in Vancouver — Fringe wraps filming for good in early daylight at The Bridge Studios in Burnaby. My post for Vancouver is Awesome.
  • Thursday, December 13th – Arctic Air wraps filming of its second season (technically Friday at 3:00 a.m.) which premieres January 9th, 2013 on the CBC. Episode director Amanda Tapping shares a photo of herself and Adam Beach on set.
  • Thursday, December 13 – CTV announces Vancouver detective series Motive , starring Kristin Lehman and Louis Ferreira, will debut in a prime post-Superbowl spot on Feburary 3rd next year.
  • Thursday, December 13th – Once Upon a Time films chase scenes in Gastown dressed as Manhattan.
  • Wednesday, December 12th – Fringe films overnight again on Port Metro Vancouver land near old BC Sugar building where it can blow up stuff in private.
  • Wednesday, December 12th – Arrow‘s ninth episode airs – Christmas with the Queens
  • Wednesday, December 12th – Cult films near the Olympic Village.
  • Wednesday, December 12th – Once Upon a Time films in Gastown dressed as Manhattan and on its floating pirate ship set at Britannia Heritage Shipyards park in Steveston
  • Wednesday, December 12th – Variety reports what was rumoured in Vancouver — Billy Campbell’s Darren Richmond won’t return for The Killing‘s third season.
  • Tuesday, December 11th – Arrow films on the Coquitlam watershed.
  • Tuesday, December 11th – Once Upon a Time films on Moncton Street in Steveston
  • Tuesday, December 11th – TV Guide reports that Arrow has cast Teen Wolf alum Colton Haynes as Roy Harper and possibly as Speedy
  • Tuesday, December 11th – Warner Bros. Pictures releases official new trailer for upcoming Superman movie Man of Steel five months after the first official teaser, both showing scenes of Henry Cavill filmed in Vancouver and on Vancouver Island.
  • Monday, December 11th – Fringe films overnight on Port Metro Vancouver land near old BC Sugar building where it can blow up stuff in private.
  • Monday, December 11th – Michael Bublé: Home for the Holidays special airs with a cold open of Buble dressed as a mountie on a horse at the Vancouver Art Gallery and performances taped in a CBC Vancouver studio.
  • Monday, December 10th – Vancouver dinosaur procedural Primeval: New World’s seventh episode airs on SPACE, filmed partly at the caretaker’s cottage in North Vancouver’s Murdo Fraser park.
  • Monday, December 10th – Once Upon a Time films at a big hole they dug in a parking lot on Bayview in Steveston
  • Monday, December 10th – EW’s Inside TV ranks Once Upon a Time‘s season one finale as the second-best cliffhanger of 2012.
  • Monday, December 10th – EW’s Inside TV names Supernatural as third most improved TV show in 2012.
  • Monday, December 10th – The Province’s Glen Schaefer reports Michael Bay taking TNT TV pilot The Last Ship to Smithers for three days of filming.

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