Warner Bros. Sets Tentative Restart Date for ‘Riverdale’, Other Vancouver-Based Shows

The cast of RiverdaleShane Harvey/THE CW

There’s good news for fans of “Riverdale,” “The Flash” and “Superman and Lois.”

In an exclusive interview with Deadline, Warner Brothers has confirmed that they are tentatively looking at late August to resume filming these shows in Vancouver.

Actors would need to arrive two weeks in advance of shooting, during which they would self-isolate as required by law in British Colombia, Deadline noted.

“The dates reflect when actors would need to arrive in Vancouver for a two-week self-isolation required by British Columbia, the province that Vancouver is part of. Filming would start after the end of the quarantine period,” says one Deadline insider.

The cast and crew of Warner Brothers’ hit series Supernatural have reportedly already begun arriving in Vancouver to wrap up filming of the series’ final three episodes.

Hollywood unions and guilds released their demands for production safety back in June, but an agreement on standards is still being negotiated with studios, Deadline said.

Once there is an agreement, some other Vancouver-based series, including ABC’s A Million Little Things, could start production in August, Deadline said — and still more shows would join them there in September.

Author: Jack Hobbs

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