Vancouver has truly become the Hollywood of the North and so many Netflix movies and shows are here to prove it. All ofThe Adam Project at Housemaid has British Columbia as a backdrop.
If you’re looking for an awesome new show to binge on this summer, these will have you watching episode after episode.
So sit back, relax, and see how many places you can recognize from these shows and movies that were filmed in the West Coast province.
The Adam Project
Ryan Reynolds is from Vancouver, so it’s no surprise he chose to use stunning locations all over British Columbia for his new movie, The Adam Project.
The film was shot at many iconic Vancouver locations like UBC, HR MacMillan Space Centre, Vancouver Aquarium and many more.
To all the boys
To all the boys I’ve loved before, to all the boys: PS I still love you and to all the boys: always and forever were all filmed around Vancouver and the Fort Langley area of British Columbia. You can spot familiar locations like Brix & Mortar, the Vancouver Aquarium, and Point Gray High School throughout the movies.
Housemaid was filmed on Vancouver Island and features many familiar locations like Fernwood Square, The Guild and The Duke Saloon, to name a few.
The scenery of the show is breathtaking and unmistakably BC.
Saved by Ruby
This Netflix movie about a man and his dog was filmed all over Vancouver Island, specifically in the Greater Victoria area.
Saved by Ruby will point you to places near Victoria like Esquimalt Lagoon, Greater Victoria School District No. 61 Building and Greater Victoria Public Library.
“Cheeky was filmed in the Vancouver, BC area, which replaces Washington, DC in this intriguing murder mystery,” the Netflix website said.
Some recognizable places in Vancouver include St. John Shaughnessy Church, Earnest Ice Cream, La Notte Restaurant, and St. George’s Junior School.