NETFLIX LAUNCHES LATEST PRODUCTION HUB IN VANCOUVER
The streaming giant has taken a long-term lease at the Canadian Motion Picture Park studio complex.
Netflix has launched its latest production hub by taking a long-term lease on seven soundstages at the Canadian Motion Picture Park studio complex, just outside Vancouver.
CMPP’s production center in Burnaby, B.C., has 18 soundstages over 25 acres. Netflix intends to shoot an untitled Graham King project and will expand production on its Midnight Mass TV series to its newest production hub. The lease gives Netflix around 178,000 square feet of production space over seven soundstages, in addition to office and support space.
Netflix’s cementing its presence in Vancouver follows the streaming giant and rivals like Hulu and Amazon lining up local stages and crews across Canada to generate their own original content for global distribution. READ MORE
NETFLIX TO LAUNCH MAJOR PRODUCTION HUB IN METRO VANCOUVER
Get ready to play more Vancouver-spotting when you watch shows on Netflix.
After years of shooting numerous screen projects in Vancouver, Netflix is launching its own production hub here.
The streaming behemoth has signed a longterm lease for seven soundstages at the Canadian Motion Picture Park, a studio complex located in Burnaby with 18 soundstages over 35 acres.
According to several reports, Netflix will have approximately 178,000 square feet of production, office, and support space.
Netflix productions previously shot in the Lower Mainland have included A Series of Unfortunate Events, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Always Be My Maybe, Lost in Space, and Altered Carbon. READ MORE
NETFLIX INKS ‘VERY LONG-TERM’ DEAL FOR VANCOUVER PRODUCTION HUB
If you’re the kind of Canadian viewer who notices when Vancouver shows up in a TV series, get ready to be spotting it more often.
Streaming giant Netflix has inked a “very long-term” deal with a Burnaby production centre to make the Lower Mainland one of its three international content hubs.
Terms of the deal with the Canadian Motion Picture Park have not been released, but CMPP principal Marjorie Poore told Global News it will see the company lease seven of its 18 film stages.
The massive property, located between Marine Drive and the Fraser River, covers 25 acres, with studios ranging between 12,000 and 40,000 square feet. READ MORE