Exclusive: Apple TV+ to film season three of See in Ontario from May

The Jason Momoa series is one of several big TV and film projects set to film in the Canadian province 

Apple TV+ is set to shoot season three of its drama See, starring Jason Momoa, around Ontario, Canada from May to October 2021.

Principle photography on season two has only just finished on 18 March, but cameras are ready to roll on the third season from 3 May, which means five weeks of prep and shooting at the same time, which is rare for TV.

All eight episodes of the third season will be shot in one block over 120 days with a single director, expected to be Anders Engstrom (TBC), who directed a couple of episodes from the first season of the show.

Filming will mostly take place on location with huge dresses and builds, and the use of hold over sets from the previous seasons. 

The cast, including Jason Momoa, are sticking around from the previous season rather than travelling home because of the current Covid restrictions. Momoa’s scenes will be shot over the first couple of months because he has another show to go on.

Forthcoming productions that Momoa is due to star in include Warner Bros.’ Aquaman 2; Netflix original action-thriller movie Sweet Girl; Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, alongside Oscar Isaac and Javier Bardem; and the fantasy film Slumberland, also currently shooting in Ontario, Canada, from February to May.

Ontario is proving to be a hugely popular shooting location with several other big series and films shooting in the province in the coming months, including DC Entertainment and Warner Bros.’ Titans, which is filming from October 2020 to June 2021 and Amazon’s Jack Reacher series from next month.

There’s also Netflix’s horror show Locke & Key, starring Darby Stanchfield and Connor Jessup, shooting from May; the feature film Original Fire, produced by Jason Blum (Get Out, The Exorcist), from May to July, and the drama series The Kings of Napa, developed by OWN with Warner Bros. Television and Harpo Films, shooting from May to August.

Watch our recent KFTV Talk below all about filming in Ontario, which includes local and international production figures from the aforementioned shows, like See and Titans, discussing their experiences shooting in the province...

 

Exclusive: Apple TV+ to film season three of See in Ontario from May
Jason Momoa
Exclusive: Apple TV+ to film season three of See in Ontario from May
Jason Momoa

Apple TV+ is set to shoot season three of its drama See, starring Jason Momoa, around Ontario, Canada from May to October 2021.

Principle photography on season two has only just finished on 18 March, but cameras are ready to roll on the third season from 3 May, which means five weeks of prep and shooting at the same time, which is rare for TV.

All eight episodes of the third season will be shot in one block over 120 days with a single director, expected to be Anders Engstrom (TBC), who directed a couple of episodes from the first season of the show.

Filming will mostly take place on location with huge dresses and builds, and the use of hold over sets from the previous seasons. 

The cast, including Jason Momoa, are sticking around from the previous season rather than travelling home because of the current Covid restrictions. Momoa’s scenes will be shot over the first couple of months because he has another show to go on.

Forthcoming productions that Momoa is due to star in include Warner Bros.’ Aquaman 2; Netflix original action-thriller movie Sweet Girl; Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, alongside Oscar Isaac and Javier Bardem; and the fantasy film Slumberland, also currently shooting in Ontario, Canada, from February to May.

Ontario is proving to be a hugely popular shooting location with several other big series and films shooting in the province in the coming months, including DC Entertainment and Warner Bros.’ Titans, which is filming from October 2020 to June 2021 and Amazon’s Jack Reacher series from next month.

There’s also Netflix’s horror show Locke & Key, starring Darby Stanchfield and Connor Jessup, shooting from May; the feature film Original Fire, produced by Jason Blum (Get Out, The Exorcist), from May to July, and the drama series The Kings of Napa, developed by OWN with Warner Bros. Television and Harpo Films, shooting from May to August.

Watch our recent KFTV Talk below all about filming in Ontario, which includes local and international production figures from the aforementioned shows, like See and Titans, discussing their experiences shooting in the province...

 

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