8 Netflix Movies And TV Shows That Were Filmed In Quebec

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8 Netflix Movies And TV Shows That Were Filmed In Quebec

Netflix realeases new originals as well as blockbuster hits daily, many of those actually using Quebec as a location for filming.

In a world where it's getting more and more difficult to navigate through our "must-watch" lists, this guide includes both films and series that get the help of Quebec cities to make the production possible.

At this very moment, both Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler are in Montreal on set of the upcoming film Murder Mystery.

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Only a few will be able to recognize these Quebec-located sets. Get ready to re-watch some movie-theatre favourites and a few new Netflix originals.

1. Les Affamés (Ravenous) 

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 84%

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This new Netflix original is set in a remote village in Northern Quebec where most of the population has turned into ravenous zombies. Survivors embark on a journey to escape their hopeless town for the chance of rescue in the city. Filmed in 3 Northern-Quebec locations, this is a horror that'll give you the creeps if you've been to any of these towns before.

2. 21 Thunder

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: No Score Yet

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Defintely not the most antcipated Netflix series of last year, but the teen drama follows the star players of a Montreal under-21 soccer team and their struggle to become pro-players. Filmed on location in Montreal, this mini-series would be a fun binge-watch during the climate of the World Cup.

3. 19-2

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Released in 2014 and 4 seasons in, the series revolves around the day-to-day life of the Montreal Police Department and the two officers that patrol one of the busy downtown districts. Although underrated, it may be worth it to see what fictional crimes these TV cops deal with in Montreal.

4. Blue Mountain State

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 47%

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You've probably heard of this one somewhere before, but the almost decade-old series was filmed at John Abbott College in Montreal. Available to watch on Netflix, the show follows three freshmen learning to navigate college life and football.

5. Frontier 

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 86%

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Everyone knows Jason Momoa from Game of Thrones, but his role as a half-Irish, half-Indigenous outlaw trying to breach the Hudson's Bay Company has definitely brought a fanbase to this Canadian series.

6. Mother!

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 50%

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Recently made available on Netlfix, this psychological thriller featuring Jennifer Lawrence was actually entirely filmed in Montreal. More the reason to stay in for a night of Netflix and Chill.

7. X-Men: Days Of Future Past

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 91%

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Although arguably one of the most famous movie sagas in the industry, not many know that this film was acually shot in Montreal. Time to re-watch on Netflix and try to spot some downtown locations.

8. Catch Me If You Can

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 89%

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This 2002 Blockbuster based on true events stars a young Leonardo Dicaprio and Tom Hanks. Although many filming locations were used, both Quebec City and Montreal were among them.

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