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WEEK: December 9-15, 2013


  • Sunday, December 15th – Once Upon a Time 3×11 Going Home Winter Finale airs on ABC/CTV. The residents of Storybrooke race to stop Peter Pan (Robbie Kay) from placing another curse on the town. #panneverfails. #thecurseisback.
  • Sunday, December 15th – Witches of East End Season Finale 1×10 Oh What a World! airs on Lifetime. Freya (Jenna Dewan Tatum)’s wedding day arrives and secrets are revealed about Killian and Dash ; Joanna (Julia Ormond) and Wendy (Madchen Amick) discover the identity of the shifter.
  • Sunday, December 15th – Two-hour Psych the Musical airs on the USA Network in the U.S. starring James Roday, Dule Hill, Maggie Lawson, Timothy Omundson, Kirsten Nelson,  Corbin Bernsen & guest-starring Anthony Rapp, Barry Boswick & Ally Sheedy.
  • Sunday, December 15th – Arrow Christmas party.
  • Sunday, December 15th – Fifty Shades of Grey films at Jameson House downtown and preps at UBC.
  • Sunday, December 15th – Continuum films a crime scene with Kiera (Rachel Nichols) and Carlos (Victor Webster) at the Marine Building downtown.
  • Saturday, December 14th – World of Warcraft movie adaption Warcraft adds Daniel Wu and Clancy Brown to the cast.
  • Friday, December 13th – Once Upon a Time films in Burnaby’s Central Park with Jennifer Morrison, Josh Dallas, Lana Parrilla and Colin O’Donoghue  spotted at the half-a-tower set.
  • Friday, December 13th – Supernatural films in New Westminster on 5th.
  • Friday, December 13th – TVLine has the scoop on The Killing’s final season with dynamic detective duo Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) and Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman). We will meet Sarah’s mother.
  • Thursday, December 12th – Once Upon a Time in Wonderland Winter Finale Home airs on ABC. Cyrus (Peter Gadiot) gets help for an injured Alice (Sophie Lowe) from Mr. & Mrs. White Rabbit (voiced by John Lithgow and Whoopi Goldberg). And in the present the Knave (Michael Socha)’s wish allows Alice and Cyrus to be together but imprisons the Knave in the genie’s bottle.
  • Thursday, December 12th – Fifty Shades of Grey films nightclub scene of Ana (Dakota Johnson) and Kate celebrating the last exam inside Burrard Ironworks and then a night shoot of Ana vomiting  outside from booze while Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) holds her hair.
  • Thursday, December 12th – Continuum films on the lower level of the Vancouver Public Library and then on Cambie Street west of the Vancouver Film School.  Kellog (Stephen Lobo) sighted.
  • Thursday, December 12th – Once Upon a Time films in Burnaby’s Central Park.
  • Thursday, December 12th – Motive films at Cecil Green Park House at the University of Breitish Columiba.
  • Thursday, Decmeber 12th – News that Gracepoint (Amercian adaption of Brit murder series Broadchurch) will film in Oak Bay, Victoria, from January to May next year. Both the British and American series star David Tennant.
  • Thursday December 12th – News that The Tomorrow People will move to Mondays on March 17 to make room for debut of fellow shot-in-Vancouver series The 100 on March 19 after Arrow on Wednesday nights.
  • Thursday, December 12th – The Hollywood Reporter’s Tim Goodwin names Almost Human one of the Best Network TV Dramas of 2013.
  • Wednesday, December 11th – Arrow Fall Finale 2×09  Three Ghosts airs on The CW and CTV. After the Arrow (Stephen Amell) is poisoned and left for dead, Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) calls on Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) to create an antidote which lets him in on Oliver’s secret identity. The antidote works but causes hallucinations of  three ghosts: Shado (Celina Jade) , Slade (Manu Bennett)and Tommy (Colin O’Donnell). And in a surprise twist we discover Slade is not a ghost but alive in Starling City as the new Big Bad and Brother Blood (Kevin Alejandro)’s boss. Scene of Slade’s ghost filmed at0p Plaza of Nations with BC looming above in the fog. As well as the running down the wall stunt.
  • Wednesday, December 11th – The Tomorrow People Fall Finale 1×09. Cara (Petyon List) kidnaps Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino)”s girlfriend to force him to help John escape from Ultra. Stephen (Robbie Amell) risks dying in order to see his father in limbo.
  • Wednesday, December 11th – The Interview wrap party at an Irish pub downtown.
  • Wednesday, December 11th – Fifty Shades of Grey films inside the Burrard Iron Works.
  • Wednesday, December 11th – Arrow films in Glenlyon Business Park in south Burnaby.
  • Wednesday, December 11th – Once Upon a Time films in Walnut Grove.
  • Wednesday, December 11th – In My Dreams with Katherine McPhee and Mike Vogel films in Hornby Plaza and then the SFU Segal Graduate School of Business.
  • Wednesday, December 11th – TVLine reports Robert Knepper cast as the Clock King on Arrow episode 2×14, much of which was filmed in the Vancouver Convention Centre.
  • Tuesday, December 10th – Fifty Shades of Grey films inside the Burrard Iron Works.
  • Tuesday, December 10th –  The Interview with Seth Rogen & James Franco wraps in Burnaby with a tank.
  • Tuesday, December 10th – Play spot the BC Film location with first Godzilla teaser trailer. I spy Elizabeth Olsen in Oceanic Plaza downtown.
  • Tuesday, December 10th –  Once Upon a Time in Wonderland films on Steveston’s Moncton Street as Storybrooke.
  • Tuesday, Decmeber 10th – Almost Human films a crime scene in the Loden Hotel penthouse downtown.
  • Monday, December 9th – Almost Human 1×05 airs on FOX and Global TV. John Kennex  (Karl Urban) and Dorian (Michael Ealy) must protect a witness in a major murder trial. Funniest moment: image of junkless Ken-bot and discussion about Dorian having working junk but not using it like Kennex.
  • Monday, December 9th – The Tomorrow People with Robbie Amell films in Hornby Plaza, outside the Terminal City Club and stages a bank heist outside Sinclair Centre.
  • Monday, December 9th – Continuum films inside and outside the Commune Café, in the alley behind The Penthouse with Rachel Nichols & Victor Webster on set and outside and inside The Penthouse nightclub.
  • Monday, December 9th – Arrow films at the PNE.
  • Monday, December 9th – Fifty Shades of Grey cancels a cycling stunt in Gastown because of snow and scraps another exterior scene at Koret Lofts to re-locate to the Burrard Ironworks for interior scenes.
  • Monday, December 9th – USA Network announces a Wednesday, January 8th, premiere date for Psych season 8.

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