#FIRSTLOOK: FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF “NETFLIX IN YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD”
Today, September 27, 2022, marks the one year anniversary of NETFLIX IN YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD, which was launched last year on World Tourism Day. Created by Netflix, the site gives fans both local and from around the world the opportunity to find and explore some of the Canadian filming locations for many of Netflix’s most popular films and series. As of today the site has been updated with new films and series including those filmed in Vancouver, Toronto, Vancouver Island, Surrey, Burnaby, Langley, Mahone Bay, Oakville and more. New titles added to Netflix in Your Neighbourhood are:
- Keep Breathing – This survival thriller limited series, executive produced by Canadian co-showrunners and writers Brendan Gall and Martin Gerro, was shot around BC including, Mission, Squamish-Lillooet Regional District, Vancouver Island and Vancouver
- Wedding Season – This romantic comedy was shot in Caledon and Toronto including Little India
- Virgin River – New locations have been added for this popular BC shot series including Vancouver, Burnaby and Langley
- Locke & Key – The final season of this series starring Canada’s own Connor Jessup was shot across Ontario and Nova Scotia including Woodstock, Whitchurch-Stouffville, Hamilton Ontario and Mahone Bay in Nova Scotia.
- Devil in Ohio – This limited series was shot around BC including Surrey, Langley and Delta. Some filming location highlights include Deas Island Regional Park, and The Telegraph Trail.
- 13th The Musical – Based on the hugely popular musical 13, this film adaptation was filmed in Ontario including Beeton, King City, Oakville and Toronto.
Visitors to Netflix In Your Neighbourhood can search by film or series title, or by province to discover the real life businesses and tourist destinations that are featured in their favourite Netflix productions.
Netflix filming productions stretch from Sooke, British Columbia to St. John’s, Newfoundland and benefit Canadian communities by creating jobs and investments in local businesses while also creating a desire among Netflix members to visit Canada and learn more about our cities, food, wilderness and culture.