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.
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.
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.
Follow the booze-fueled misadventures of three longtime pals and petty serial criminals who run scams from their Nova Scotia trailer park. Now streaming on Netflix. For more info on Trailer Park Boys, please click HERE
Target Audience: Kids, Family
Format: 52 x 22 minute episodes
Broadcasters: Teletoon/Cartoon Network/Netflix US
More info HERE.
Every April, Halifax erupts in laughter as comedians from all over North America hit the stage for the Halifax ComedyFest. Held over 4 days, the festival showcases over 30 comedians with multiple shows across the city.
The Halifax ComedyFest is shot by Pilot Light Productions and aired on CBC TV each year in a six-part series. It is one of only three comedy festivals in Canada broadcast nationally on TV. Find out more HERE.