Productions filming in Nova Scotia are eligible for funding from the Nova Scotia Production Incentive Fund, administered by Nova Scotia Business Inc. For more information, please click HERE.
To view a full list of productions filmed in Nova Scotia, please visit our Production History Page.
For an up-to-date list of productions that are currently shooting in Nova Scotia, please see below.
Producer: Edward Peill, Tell Tale Productions
Broadcaster: The History Channel
PM: Melani Wood
Filming: June – October 2017 in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia
Located off the coast of Nova Scotia, Oak Island is believed by many to be hiding one of the greatest treasures in history. Since the late 1700’s, fortunes have been spent and lives have been lost, but no one has ever been able to crack the code to get at the prize. Read more about the History Channel’s highest rated show HERE.
Production is underway for the latest season of Hope For Wildlife, a heart-warming series produced by Arcadia Entertainment and broadcast internationally.
The series follows Hope, the owner of a charitable wildlife rehabilitation centre who takes pride in rescuing and rehabilitating injured and orphaned animals.
Producers: Rosey TV’s Michael Rosenberg, Connor Pritchard’s Inside Center Productions, Ben and Dan Newmark of Grandma’s House Entertainment and John Morayniss for eOne
Broadcaster: Pop TV
PM: Ginny Jones Duzak
Filming: September – November 2017 in Nova Scotia
Let’s Get Physical is a modern-day story set in the world of aerobics that takes its comedy cue from the ‘80s. Jane Seymour will play one of four leads on the project, which recently received a series order, alongside Matt Jones, Chris Diamantopoulos and AnnaLynne McCord. Read more HERE.
Producer: Mike Volpe, Topsail Entertainment
PM: Shauna Hatt
DOP: Ian Bibby
Filming: July – September 2017 in Halifax, Nova Scotia
The award-winning CBC series Mr. D is based on the stand-up comedy act of Gerry Dee, who was a teacher for nine years before transitioning to a career in comedy. The series revolves around the eponymous Mr. D, an under-qualified and unmotivated teacher trying to fake his way through work – and life. For more info on Mr. D, please click HERE.
Producer: Linda Jackson
PM: Siobhan Kennedy Cameron
Filming: September 2017 – March 2018 in Halifax, Nova Scotia
Recognized with 24 Gemini Awards and 11 Canadian Comedy Awards, This Hour Has 22 Minutes is taped before a live audience in Studio 1 at CBHT in Halifax, Nova Scotia. You can find more info on this iconic Canadian television show HERE.
Producer: Gary Howsam, Mike Smith, John Paul Tremblay, Rob Wells
PM: Aaron Horton
Filming: June – July 2017 in Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia’s trailer parks are colorful thanks to residents Ricky, Bubbles and Julian. Together, they plan mad capers, usually get-rich-quick schemes, with plenty of screw-ups along the way. Read more about this iconic Canadian TV series HERE.