#FIRSTLOOK: NEW “NETFLIX IN YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD” LOCATIONS ADDED – NOVEMBER 2023
Netflix Canada are thrilled to share the latest filming locations added to Netflix in Your Neighbourhood (www.netflixinyourneighbourhood.ca), which went live this morning (November 2, 2023). The update includes five exciting new films and series that were shot across Canada, highlighting locations in Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville, Elora, Unionville and Georgetown, ON; Vancouver, North Vancouver, New Westminster, Haida Gwaii, Campbell River, Squamish, Maple Ridge and Burnaby, BC; and Karrak Lake and Igloolik, NT.
OUR PLANET II – Haida Gwaii and Campbell River, BC as well as Karrak Lake and Igloolik, Nunavut are showcased for being beautiful and, at times, unforgiving natural habitats for ancient murrelets, tadpoles, snow geese, walruses and polar bears.
PAINKILLER – The series starring Matthew Broderick was filmed in nightclubs, a roller rink and even a locally owned muffler shop in Toronto, Mississauga and Georgetown, ON.
THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER – Vancouver and New Westminster set the stage for this gothic horror miniseries starring Canadian actor, Bruce Greenwood.
VIRGIN RIVER, S5 – As a series known for its breathtaking scenery, it’s no surprise that the Vancouver area, including North Vancouver, Burnaby, Maple Ridge, New Westminster and Squamish host the cast and crew for another gripping season.
YOU ARE SO NOT INVITED TO MY BAT MITZVAH – This charming teen comedy starring Adam Sandler, his wife Jackie and daughters Sunny and Sadie was filmed across the GTA and surrounding areas, including Toronto, Oakville, Elora and Unionville.
More about Netflix in Your Neighbourhood:
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 Netflix’s most popular films and series.
Fans who visit Netflix In Your Neighbourhood can search by film or series title, or by province to discover local 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.