Ever wondered which of our towns and cities have made it to the big screen? Well, there’s a website that gives you an inside look at all of the Netflix shows and movies filmed in Ontario.
Netflix in Your Neighbourhood showcases all the Canadian filming locations used in Netflix originals and tidbits about each town and city where the filming occurred.
The site has now added even more productions that were filmed in Ontario and here are some of the big highlights:
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The Umbrella Academy
Currently on its third season, The Umbrella Academy on Netflix was filmed in Toronto and Hamilton.
Sci-fi flick staring Gina Rodriguez is not for the weak. “Global hysteria ensues after a mysterious catastrophe wipes out all electronics and takes away humanity’s ability to sleep,” shares Netflix.
Now that’s a movie that’ll keep you up at night… Anyway, Awake was filmed in Hamilton, Peterborough, and Uxbridge.
Ginny & Georgia
Heading into its third season, the hit show Ginny & Georgia was filmed in Cobourg and Toronto.
Netflix’s latest flick starring ex-Californian Governor and Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger was filmed in Toronto, Mississauga, and Oakville.
The stars of Fubar had nothing but delightful things to say about our beloved city and shared their love of Toronto in the summertime.
Luckiest Girl Alive
This recently released film starring Mila Kunis was filmed in Toronto and Whitby, which were disguised as New York City.
This rom-com was shot in Caledon and Toronto including Little India, according to the site.
“Oh my god, it was a blast. We had the best time,” said star Suraj Sharma in an interview with Netflix
“The people were kind, the weather was great, the food was amazing, the coffee we had was fantastic […] We had the best time. I mean, I personally love Toronto.”
Locke & Key
This popular series not only has a Canadian connection, thanks to star Connor Jessup, but it was also filmed across Ontario and Nova Scotia.
Ontario cities include Woodstock, Whitchurch-Stouffville, and Hamilton.
For more shows and locations, you can view the official map here.
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