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WEEK: November 18-24, 2013

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  • Sunday, November 24th – Witches of East End 1×08 Snake Eyes airs on Lifetime. Wendy (Madchen Amick) and Joanna (Julia Ormond) argue about a secret that Joanna has been keeping; the shifter threatens Freya (Jenna Dewan Tatum); Ingrid (Rachel Boston)is suspicious of Mike.
  • Saturday, November 23rd – Bates Motel wraps filming of its second season with a North Vancouver shoot.
  • Saturday, November 23rd – Movie If I Stay starring Chloe Moretz and Jamie Blackley films at Finch’s café on West Pender downtown.
  • Saturday, November 23rd – Rogue films car stunt around Main Street and West 4th Avenue.
  • Saturday, November 23rd – Lifetime pilot The Lottery starts filming Marley Shelton stars as fertility specialist Dr. Alison Scott in a world where women have stopped having children. A national lottery is held to choose surrogates for 100 successfully-fertilized embryos.
  • Friday, November 22nd – Hawaii Five-O 4×09 Ha’uoli La Ho’omoaika’i has another Kono (Grace Park) insert filmed in Vancouver.
  • Friday, November 22nd – If I Stay films at old bank building turned into music club at 330 West Pender downtown.
  • Friday, November 22nd – Supernatural goes on hiatus for American Thanksgiving.
  • Friday, November 22nd – Once Upon a Time films near Britannia Beach on the road to Squamish.
  • Friday, November 22nd – Motive films on the path north of the Science Centre and outside the Creekside Community Centre turned into the Metropolitan Police Department at the Village on False Creek.
  • Friday, November 22nd – Hallmark movie In My Dreams with Mike Vogel and Katherine McPhee films at 110 East Cordova in Gastown for third day.
  • Friday, November 22nd – Lifetime renews Witches of East End for second season.
  • Friday, November 22nd- EW’s Inside TV confirms Christopher Gorham’s casting on Once Upon a Time as an important character in Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison)’s life. And TVLine guesses who Gorham might be.
  • Friday November 22nd – Almost Human jumped 32% in its live-plus-3 DVR ratings to a 3.1 in the 18-49 demo for its post-football debut on Sunday. The robo-cop drama also proved popular with men.
  • Thursday, November 21st – Filmed-in-front-of-live-Burnaby-audience Package Deal 1×08 Ryan’s Therapist airs on City. When Ryan (Jay Malone)’s therapist pretends to move out of town to escape Ryan, Danny (Randal Edwards)gets him a job at Kim (Julia Voth)’s tea shop.
  • Thursday, November 21st – Once Upon a Time in Wonderland 1×06 Who is Alice airs on ABC. Alice (Sophie Lowe) sets out to find Cyrus (Peter Gadiot) while he tries to escape Jafar (Naveen Andrews)’s domain. Meanwhile, in the past Alice returns home only to discover that her father has remarried
  • Thursday, November 21st – Fourth of final five episodes of filmed-in-front-of-live-Burnaby audience teen sitcom Mr. Young airs on YTV, starring Brendan Meyer, Matreya Fedor, Gig Morton and Milo Shandel.
  • Thursday, November 21st – Once Upon a Time films exterior scenes with Jennifer Morrison and Christopher Gorham outside Brix restaurant and wine bar in Yaletown with NYC cabs driving by.
  • Thursday, November 21st – Arrow stunt rehearsal with Simon Burnett at Port Metro Vancouver at the foot of the Main Street Overpass ahead of night shoot. Filming with simulated gunfire and explosion.
  • Thursday, November 21st  – Vancouver-cop-from-the-future series Continuum starts filming season 3. at Riverview Hospital in Coquitlam.
  • Thursday, November 21st – If I Stay films at MacLeod’s books and 555 Homer Street.
  • Thursday, November 21st – In My Dreams films at East 110 Cordova Street.
  • Thursday, November 21st – Festive lights and old-fashioned fire truck on Langley set of When Calls the Heart. Photo by @HardlyHedda.
  • Thursday, November 21st – Hugh Laurie tweets he’s back in Vancouver to film Tomorrowland.
  • Thursday, November 21st – TVLine shares promo photos of Once Upon a Time’s baby Henry for Save Henry episode airing December 1st. Lana Parrilla, Raphael Sbarge and baby guest star on set at Regina’s house in New Westminster.
  • Thursday, November 21st – Deadline reports Marley Shelton cast as lead in Lifetime pilot The Lottery.
  • Wednesday, November 20th – Arrow 2×07 State vs Queen airs on The CW. The Count (Seth Gabel) is back spreading a deadly illness that hooks people on Vertigo including District Attorney Donner (Dylan Bruce) who collapses while cross-examining Moira Queen (Susanna Thompson) at her trial, forcing Laurel (Katie Cassidy) to prosecute her. In a surprise twist, Moira Queen is acquitted due to the machinations of the not-dead Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) who’s discovered that Thea (Willia Holland) is his child. Phew. Photos of Katie Cassidy, Dylan Bruce and David Ramsey on set at Vancouver Art Gallery. The Tomorrow People 1×07  Stephen (Robbie Amell) uses his powers to win s basketbal game, Bad News Bears-style.  An angry Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino) blocks his abilities until Stephen learns his lesson.Meanwhile, the Stephen, Cara (Peyton List), John (Luke Mitchell) triangle resolves itself as they work together to catch a new breakout who’s assaulting women. Ben Cotton guest stars as the new breakout. #AmellWednesdays.
  • Wednesday, November 20th – Bates Motel films in Langley
  • Wednesday, November 20th – M. Night Shyamalan event series Wayward Pines with Matt Dillon films in old quarry behind Burrard thermal plant in Belcarra/Port Moody
  • Wednesday, November 20th – In My Dreams films exterior morning scenes at 110 E Cordova.
  • Wednesday, November 20th – Arrow films inside and outside 445 Columbia Street in New Westminster. Stephen Amell, Colton Haynes, Katie Cassidy and Paul Blackthorne on set at night shoot.
  • Wednesday, November 20th – People Magazine makes it official. Once Upon a Time’s Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas expecting their first child.
  • Wednesday, November 20th – TV Guide reports Katrina Law cast on Arrow as Nyssa al Ghul,  another member of the League of Assassins looking for fellow Assassin Sara Lance, aka The Black Canary.
  • Wednesday, November 20th – EOnline reports Elizabeth Hurley cast as villain in The Tomorrow People.
  • Tuesday, November 19th – Supernatural 9×07 Bad Boys airs on The CW. An old friend calls Dean (Jensen Ackles) and asks for help finding a ghost on the farm where Dean spent a few months as a boy and met his first girl friend (Erin Karpluk). Sam (Jared Padalecki) discovers some of Dean’s past he never knew about.
  • Tuesday, November 19th – Bates Motel films at Britannia Heritage Shipyard Park in Steveston. Classic Norma Bates “hysterical freakout” by Vera Farmiga on walkway with Max Thieriot.
  • Tuesday, November 19th – Arrow films on a roof in Kitsilano.
  • Tuesday, November 19th – Almost Human films at BC Place
  • Tuesday, November 19th – Motive films at Creekside Community Centre as Metropolitan Police Station in The Village on False Creek.
  •  Tuesday, November 19th – Hollywood Reporter reports Continuum creator Simon Barry co-founds genre prodcution company.
  • Tuesday, November 19th – ABC announces Once Upon a Time in Wonderland will have a winter finale on December 12th and return with remaining episodes in the spring of next year.
  • Tuesday, November 19th – EW’s Inside TV reports Stephen Amell’s Arrow getting a green mask to help hide his identity. Photo of Arrow with new mask on roof of Vancouver Art Gallery.
  • Tuesday, November 19th – Almost Human ratings in its regular Monday time slot declines from its Sunday debut, holding onto 6.6 million viewers and a 2.2 in the important 18-49 demographic.
  • Monday, November 18th – Almost Human 1×02 Skin airs on Fox/Global TV with exteriors of the crime scene filmed at the Electra building downtown and the sexbot showroom in the Waterfall Gallery in Kitsilano.
  • Monday, November 18th – Almost Human films Karl Urban & Michael Ealy in Portal Park downtown.
  • Monday, November 18th – The Tomorrow People films in the Hotel Georgia.
  • Monday, November 18th – Once Upon a Time films at the Vancouver Club turned into NYPD Precinct 35.
  • Monday, November 18th – Almost Human debuts to a boffo 9.1 million audience and 3.1 demo while Once Upon a Time hits a new series low.

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