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WEEK: November 19-25, 2012


  • Sunday, November 25th – Once Upon a Time‘s episode 2×08, Into the Deep featuring Colin O’Donoghue as Hook and Barbara Hershey as Cora.
  • Sunday, November 25th – Sarah McLachlan holiday music video shoot on West 13th in Vancouver.
  • Friday, November 23rd – DirectTV’s Rogue wraps filming of its first season of 10 episodes.
  • Friday, November 23rd – Battlestar Galactica prequel Blood and Chrome with Ben Cotton — fifth and sixth webisodes online.
  • Friday, November 23rd – Vancouver detective series Motive films at a Japanese restaurant on Burrard Street, then on East Georgia and Princess Street in the Downtown Eastside.
  • Thursday, November 22nd – Sitcom Package Deal films its fifth episode in front of a live studio audience in Burnaby.
  • Thursday, November 22nd – Arrow films at a warehouse complex in the 1600 block of Franklin in east Vancouver.
  • Thursday, November 22nd – American Thanksgiving holiday for many US productions filming here.
  • Wednesday, November 21st – Once Upon a Time films a process trailer scene with Regina’s Mercedes in Steveston.
  • Tuesday, November 20th – Emily Owens M.D.’s fifth episode airs on The CW.
  • Tuesday, November 20th – A&E releases first image of Freddie Highmore as Norman Bates and Vera Farmiga as his Mother on set in Aldergrove for upcoming Psycho prequel series Bates Motel via Movieline.
  • Tuesday, November 20th – Press day at Rogue with Thandie Newton while Maron Csokas and Ian Tracey film at the Burrard Ironworks building near the Main Street Overpass.
  • Monday, November 19th –  Vancouver dinosaur procedural Primeval New World‘s fourth episode features B.C. Bud, Patrick Gilmore, Leggy, Angry Birds and a Hot Box filmed mainly in New Westminster near the Skytrain.
  • Monday, November 19th – Rogue films on a closed block of Heatley in the Downtown Eastside with Thandie Newton on set.
  • Monday, November 19th – Arrow films at a Downtown Eastside hotel with Seth Gabel as Vertigo on set.
  • Monday, November 19th – Fringe films a big hug scene for 5×11 in the pouring rain in the West End with  Joshua Jackson, John Noble, Anna Torv and Rowan Longworth on set.

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