Where was The Boys Filmed? Guide to ALL the Filming Locations

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Back for the fourth season, The Boys brings a very different and darker approach to the world of superheroes, compared to the Marvel and DC universes.

As if they were the corrupted counterpart of the Avengers, a selected team of top superheroes, The Seven, is controlled by a corporation that manages their services as a business, looking for profit and fame. A group of misfits with no powers called ‘The Boys’ will try to expose and stop them.

The Boys location

The Boys is set in New York according to establishing shots, but the show was primarily filmed in Toronto, Ontario.

The Amazon Prime Video hit series is based on the comic of the same name by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson.

The Seven

The cast is lead by Jack Quaid (Hughie Campbell), Karl Urban (Billy Butcher), Antony Starr (John/Homelander), Erin Moriarty (Annie/Starlight), Dominique McElligott (Maggie, the Wonder Woman-ish Queen Maeve), and Tomer Kapon (Frenchie).

Welcome to the internet’s ultimate guide to all the filming locations of The Boys. You'll find the locations in order of appearance, with the new season four updates below in the report.

Where is The Boys filmed?

Seven Tower location
The powerful Vought International company headquarters is actually Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto's entertainment district.

As you can see, the building's structure was digitally altered and extended to become the Seven Tower.
(You can open all the locations on Google Maps clicking on the links below in the captions ↴)
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The Boys Tower
Some interior rooms, and the modern lobby, where the company celebrates the corporate parties were filmed here in Roy Thomson Hall.

Audio Visual store
Hughie's electronics store in Brooklyn is actually located at 871 O'Connor Dr in East York (Toronto).

The opening scene from the first episode with Homelander and Queen Maeve, stopping some bank robbers from getting away with the loot, was shot on Catherine Street in Hamilton.
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The Boys Toronto
In the first episode, "The Name of the Game", Billy and Hughie are walking in a heavily CGI'ed Yonge-Dundas Square, doubling as New York's Times Square.
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Tony Cicero Restaurant
In episode 2, "Cherry", the guys take Translucent to a fake Tony Cicero's restaurant located at 1045 The Queensway in Etobicoke.
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NYC police cars scene from Get Some
In episode 3, "Get Some", the scene where Homelander and Queen Maeve intervene to stop the sniper was filmed at Royal Bank Plaza on Wellington Street West.
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Arena shooting location
A-Train's race with Shockwave takes place at Hamilton's Tim Hortons Field stadium. The stadium was filled up with spectators via CGI.
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The Boys drehort
In episode four, "The Female of the Species", there is a scene shot on Baldwin Street in Kensington Market.

The gang finds the Triad hideout in a Chinese grocery store in Chinatown, the Kai Wei Supermarket at 253 Spadina Avenue.

The nail salon where Kimiko/The Female meets an old friend is a real nails salon situated at 605 College Street.
Image courtesy of Amazon - Maps: Chinatown / College St.

Dónde se rodó The Boys
Later on in this episode, the boys are looking for Kimiko at Central Parkway Mall in Mississauga.

The scene continues in Toronto’s Lower Bay Station, the same location where a The Handmaid's Tale scene was filmed.
Image courtesy of Amazon - Maps: Mall - Subway

Vought building NYC
The funeral service for the victims of the hijacked plane in episode five, "Good for the Soul", was filmed at the zinc-clad pavilion of the Sherbourne Common waterfront park.
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Streetsville Gas Station
In episode six, "The Innocents", the Streetsville Gas Station where The Deep (played by Chace Crawford) is attacked is located at 57 Queen Street North in Mississauga.
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Allan Gardens scene
During the sixth episode, there is a scene with Butcher and Hughie filmed in the Saint Luke's United Church on Sherbourne and Carlton Street in Toronto.

Pictured, the boys sitting on a bench in the magnificent Allan Gardens.
Image courtesy of Amazon - Maps: Church / Allan Gardens

The boys house
The mansion where Homelander visits Dr. Jonah Vogelbaum in episode 7, "The Self-Preservation Society", was shot at Parkwood Estate in Oshawa (pictured).

This is the same The Umbrella Academy location featured as Klaus's house in season 2.

The lobster scene with The Deep was filmed at McEwan Gourmet Grocery Store at 38 Karl Fraser Road, in North York.
Image courtesy of Amazon - Maps: Parkwood Estate / Store

Hotel film in Toronto
The New Plaza Motel from the season finale, "You Found Me", is a real place where you can stay for $80 USD per night.

Located at 4584 Kingston Rd, Scarborough (Toronto), this motel was also used in a couple of episodes of the American Gods series.
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Temple You Found Me chapter
The church where Hughie and Annie meet in episode 8 is the historic Cathedral Church of St. James in old Toronto.
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Black glass cabin
The black glass house in the woods is the Fallsview Residence, built in 2015.

Nestled on the edge of the Niagara escarpment (a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve), the house is located above the intersection of Tew’s Falls and Webster’s falls on the Bruce Trail in Hamilton.
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New Season Two Locations

Theater Season 2
Translucent's funeral ceremony was held at the Toronto Centre for the Arts (or the Meridian Arts Centre) in North York.

After a series of renovations, the Lyric Theatre was transformed adding a system of LED-programmable acoustic panels that change the lighting of the auditorium to enrich the atmosphere of the venue.
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The Boys city
The group is hiding in a basement in which the entrance is located in a Gold Galore pawn shop located on Weston Road, in the Weston neighborhood situated in the northwest of the city.
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George Street Diner
The restaurant where Annie meets the Gecko, the quirky former superhero played by David Thompson, is the George Street Diner in Toronto's Old Town.
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Dawn of the seven
In the first episode, "The Big Ride", CIA director Susan Raynor (Jennifer Esposito) meets her mind-blowing destiny in the old Rooster Squat grain elevator in the Lower Don Lands.
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The Aquapark and boat
The Splash Zone Sandusky park is the Wet 'n' Wild Toronto Waterpark in Brampton.

The lower picture shows the scene in the docks where the supe-terrorist moved a ship with his mind, recorded in the Don River area around the Keating Channel.
Image courtesy of Amazon - Maps: Aqua park / Docks

Funeral church
Susan Raynor's funeral in episode 2, "Proper Preparation and Planning", was filmed at Willowdale Presbyterian Church in North York.
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The boys beach
The sperm whale Lucy meets her final destination at Fifty Point Beach in Grimsby near Hamilton. The sewer entrance was built for the shoot.
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The memorial wall
Also in Episode three, "Over the Hill with the Swords of a Thousand Men", the apartment building where Stormfront fights Kenji is at the corner of Oak Street and Sackville Street in Regent Park.
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Chorley Park
In episode four, "Nothing Like It in the World", Annie and Hughie walk around Chorley Park until they arrive at a bridge. This is the last remnant of one of the finest mansions in Canada, the Ontario's former Government House.

The house was sadly demolished in 1961 due to the ongoing cost of maintaining such ostentatious property (and the lack of political will to save the monument).
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Wiley Bridge
Hughie and Starlight meet Mother’s Milk on Adelaide Street East in St. James Park. Later on, they take a stroll down College Street and University Avenue in Toronto.

The location away from the cameras where Becca takes Billy is the Wiley Bridge in Brampton (pictured).
Image courtesy of Amazon - Maps: Adelaide St / Wiley Bridge

Saint Paul's Bloor Street church
In episode five, "We Gotta Go Now", Frenchie follows Kimiko in a scene shot near a Dollar Mart on Jane Street. Later on, they meet Cherie (Jordana Lajoie) at St. Paul's Bloor Street church.
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Church of the Collective
The Church of the Collective headquarters is the Scottish Rite Club in Hamilton - a very popular location also featured in productions like The Handmaid's Tale, Crimson Peak, and It Chapter Two.
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Sage Grove hospital
The Sage Grove psychiatric hospital from episode six, "The Bloody Doors Off", is a building belonging to the Southwest Centre for Forensic Mental Health Care complex in St. Thomas.
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TIFF Bell Lightbox
This scene pictured with Lamplighter (played by Shawn Ashmore) was shot outside the TIFF Bell Lightbox cultural center at 350 King Street W in Toronto.
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Jitter Bean cafe
The Jitter Bean cafe of episode seven, "Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker", is located on the corner of Gerrard Street E and Marjory Avenue in the Leslieville neighborhood.
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The Chase rooftop restaurant
In the season finale, "What I Know", Butcher meets Vought CEO Edgar (played by Breaking Bad's Giancarlo Esposito) at The Chase rooftop restaurant, located in a historic building at 10 Temperance Street.

In the same episode, A-Train confronts Hughie and Starlight near George Brown College St. James campus at King and George Street.
Image courtesy of Amazon - Maps: The Chase / George Brown College

Season Three

Dawn of the Seven
The Dawn of the Seven world premiere was filmed at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) South Building.

In the second episode, Butcher confronts Gunpowder investigating about Soldier Boy's death at the 33rd Annual Firearm Convention. These scenes were filmed at the MTCC's pre-function spaces.
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Federal Bureau of Superhuman Affairs
This video revealed that the Federal Bureau of Superhuman Affairs headquarters, in the series located at 275 Pearl Street, was filmed in a building at 155 University Avenue in Toronto.
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The Boys apartment season 3
The establishing shot of The Boys apartment in New York is the famous Flatiron Building at 175 5th Avenue, although the interior was probably filmed on a set at the studios.
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American Hero house
The mansion of the American Hero reality show is a French chateau-inspired estate at 2275 Doulton Drive in Mississauga.

Sotheby's International Realty is selling the over 25,000 square feet Saint George Manor for about $30 million.

This opulent palatial residence boasts six bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, an impressive indoor pool, and a nightclub.
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The VoughtLand woke theme park of the second episode, "The Only Man In The Sky", is the Medieval Faire theme park, a section of Canada's Wonderland located in Vaughan, Ontario.
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Barbary Coast
In episode three, "Barbary Coast", the scene with Little Nina's men and Cherie was filmed on Oxley Street, between Spadina Avenue and Charlotte Street in Toronto.
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Glorious Five-Year Plan
The Russian base exterior in episode four, "Glorious Five-Year Plan", is the Brutalist-style Ontario Court of Justice office next to Brantford City Hall.
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The Last Time to Look on This World of Lies
In the fifth episode, "The Last Time to Look on This World of Lies", Butcher, Hughie, and MM meet in Ching Lane, near Yonge and Adelaide.

Soldier Boy causes an explosion in a building located on the corner of Yonge and Temperance Streets in Toronto.
Image courtesy of Amazon - Maps: Alley / Explosion

Buster Beaver restaurant
The exterior of the abandoned Buster Beaver's pizza restaurant from the seventh episode, "Here Comes a Candle to Light You to Bed", was made using the Windies Restaurant and Sports Bar in Scarborough as a reference.
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Black Creek Pioneer Village house
Ryan's yellow house is located at Black Creek Pioneer Village (the former Dalziel Pioneer Park) in Toronto, an open-air museum recreating an 1860's Ontario country village.
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The New Season Four Locations

Department of Dirty Tricks
In the first episode of season four, "Department of Dirty Tricks," Kimiko jumps out of the window of the hotel where Neuman holds her victory rally.

This scene was filmed in the back of the Omni King Edward Hotel on Colborne Street.
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Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
The New York County Courthouse is the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) headquarters in downtown Toronto.
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Life Among the Septics
The A-Train origins movie scene in the second episode, "Life Among the Septics," was filmed at 456 Gerrard Street in the Regent Park neighborhood.
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Homewood Suites in Ajax
The Vought Garden Inn where the Truthcon conference is held is actually the Homewood Suites in Ajax.
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Vought Bank
The Vought Bank Ryan's heroic scene was filmed outside a building on Victoria Street in Old Toronto.
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Starlight House
The exterior of Starlight House and the location where the stage was built for Firecracker's live show in the fourth episode, "Wisdom of the Ages", was filmed at 229 Richmond Streer West in Toronto.

Here is the RendezViews outdoor patio, with the CN Tower in the background, deleted via CGI.
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Little Trinity Anglican Church
The Firecracker's movie teaser church in the fifth episode, "Beware the Jabberwock, My Son", is the Little Trinity Anglican Church in Corktown, Toronto.
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Coffey Creek Farm
The secret farm is the Coffey Creek Farm in Caledon East.
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We'll Keep the Red Flag Flying Here
The rally at the beginning of the sixth episode, "We'll Keep the Red Flag Flying Here", was filmed at the David Pecaut Square, with the facade of the Metro Hall building digitally altered.

This location appears very often, as it is next to the Roy Thomson Hall, which doubles as the Vought Tower.
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Vaught On Ice
The Vaught On Ice musical sequence was filmed at the Tribute Communities Centre in Oshawa, a multi-purpose arena that hosts concerts, sporting events, and various community activities.
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McFarrens Lane
The alley where A-Train leaves Hughie is McFarrens Lane in Moss Park.
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Residences of Royal Connaught
At the beginning of the third episode, "Dirty Business", the building in Manhattan is the former Royal Connaught Hotel in downtown Hamilton.

The original 1914 building was converted into condominiums between 2014 and 2018 and renamed the Residences of Royal Connaught.

The facade also served as the exterior for the Hotel Oblivion in The Umbrella Academy series.
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A-Train in Toronto
For once, a scene in the series is set in the same city where it was actually filmed: Toronto.

A-Train calls from the Harbourfront, with the SkyDome and the iconic CN Tower in the background.
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Oak Hall Niagara Falls
The Alt-Right meeting was filmed at Oak Hall, a historic manor built in 1928 in Niagara Falls.

Situated in a picturesque setting overlooking the famous falls, it now serves as the headquarters for the Niagara Parks Commission.

The stables are from Casa Loma, a magnificent Gothic Revival-style mansion in Toronto.
Image courtesy of Amazon - Maps: Oak Hall / Casa Loma

Bureau of International Labor Affairs
In the season four finale, the exterior of the government facility where the President was hiding in New Jersey is the Bureau of International Labor Affairs in Washington, D.C.
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Hearn Generating Station
The Boys get their passports at the Hearn Generating Station.

One of Canada's largest power plants until it ceased operations in 1983, the station is known for its massive industrial architecture and iconic chimney stack.
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  1. anyone know the real location of the glass house in the woods (s01,episode 8. around -14m mark) ?

    1. Think this is a house on the Bruce Trail in Hamilton near the beginning of it. Near Tew’s Falls and Dundas Peak.

  2. The Deep lobster scene looks like Mcewans in Shoppes @ DonMills

    1. Yes, at around 35:38 of episode 7 you'll see The Deep talking to a lobster here:


  3. The scene where they’re in the train station is all shot in central parkway mall in Mississauga

  4. The subway scene is filmed in Lower Bay station.

  5. Missed lots of easy locations. "French" Resturant is next to queensway

    1. This scene was shot out of an old restaurant next to the Queensway Cineplex.

  6. The scene where Homelander visits the original creator of Vought (the doctor) is filmed at the Parkwood Estate in Oshawa.


  7. Episode 4 the Chinese supermarket looks like it's Kai Wei Supermarket at 253 Spadina Ave. Check out the pics on Google Maps of the outside and the interior.

  8. Many thanks to you all for your help finding the missing locations of the series! :)

  9. The church that Billy and Hughie enter is St. Luke's United Church at Sherbourne and Carlton.


    You can see Chew Chew’s across the street during this scene:


  10. Yonge-Dundas Square doubles as Times Square. You can see the sign for Forever 21 at around the 0:27:26 mark as the camera pans around in the first episode.

  11. The opening scene was filmed on Catherine Street in Hamilton:


  12. They filmed at Nelson Mandella Public School on Shuter Street last year. There were New York newspaper boxes and US mailboxes, etc.

    After watching all ten episodes I think the footage was cut or really, really well disguesed. Anyone have any ideas?

  13. In episode one, 0:26:54/0:33:15

    A heavily CGIed Yonge-Dundas Square doubles as Times Square:


    You can kind of track the same shot on google street view.

    Hughie and Billy are standing right at the corner of The Shoppers Drugmart (279 Yonge Street, Toronto, which until recently was The Hard Rock Café).

    As the camera pans right you can see the Nordstrom and Samsung sign on The Eaton Centre.

    As things starts to pan left you can see a Shoppers Drugmart and Goodlife fitness sign on the north east corner and the Forever 21 sign acress the street on the NW corner.

  14. Sorry if this one is obvious.

    As well as for exteriors as mentioned above, the inside of Vought International headquarters is also Roy Thomson Hall.


    You see this when Hughie enters the building in episode one.

    I believe these are the stairs Homelander descends in the Christmas party flashback in episode 7:


    There are more scenes there in episode 8 as well.

    1. Thanks a lot for your contribution, updated!

  15. Episode one @ 0:19:11

    The variety store Hughie visits is Cinema Ras Variety Store & Café, 310 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M5A 1S8

    You can very briefly see the Berkley Event space and down Berkley Street as Hughie enters.

    This is as close as I could come to matching the shot:


  16. Episode 2 @ 04:49

    When Hughie, Billy and Frenchie deal with a trunkful of Translucent.

    Filmed at The Cotton Factory, 270 Sherman Avenue North, Suite 201, Hamilton, ON L8L 6N4

    This is the best Google Street View I could find:


  17. Episode 2 @ 24:01

    Heddle Marine Services Inc is located at 208 Hillyard Street, Hamilton, ON, L8L 6B6


    Also scroll down their website for more shots:


    I swear to God they only call me when there’s trouble at a dock. Or a river. Or a lake. Canal. Jetty.

  18. Episode 2 @ 49:45

    There is a quick shot of Homelander flying on his way to search for Translucent.

    You can see a 30A TTC bus initially as the camera pans through the sky and back down to this Tim Horton’s:


    It was rebranded for this scene as Jitter Bean. Which is somewhat interesting as the Tim Horton’s logo appears briefly in the next episode with no real attempt made to obscure it.

    The Tim Horton’s is at 3157 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6P 2A2

  19. Episode 4 @ 8:01

    Frenchie, Mother’s Milk and Hughie search for Compound V in Kensington Market.

    You can see Sanagan’s Meat Locker on the left.


    This is all on Baldwin Street as they head west and follow a man down Littlehayes Lane which appears to magically pop out to Spadina.

  20. Me again.

    Episode 5 @ 21:30

    Homelander confronts Stillwell in front of the George Brown Waterfront Campus located at 51 Dockside Dr, Toronto, ON M5A 0B6. This is something like a five minute walk from Sherbourne Common.

    You can see this mushroom-looking thing behind Stillwell.


    This is the building behind Homelander:


  21. Episode 5 @ 32:45

    I'm 98% sure Rebecca's grave is in St. James Cemetery at Bloor & Parliament.

  22. Episode Six: Some of the scenes in the Vought promotional video were filmed around Budapest Park, 1575 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto ON M6K 3C1, Canada

    Homelander picks up a child here:


    A-Train looks to be somewhere on the Sunnyside Boardwalk.


    And then later in the episode The Deep is on Super America (at 12:34) which was filmed here:


  23. Episode 6 @ 26:56

    Billy and Hughie chat on a bench in Allan Gardens.


    Address: 19 Horticultural Avenue, Toronto, ON M5A 4K2

  24. Further to my previous comment, it’s in episode 6.

    Chew Chew’s Diner @ 18:54


    St Luke’s @ 19:01


  25. Getting a head start on season two…


    This is a parking lot at the near Parliament St and Lakeshore. This is as close as I could get on google street view.


    And they’re back at Roy Thomson Hall



    1. Wow, thanks a lot TJ! We'll have to look at all this for a next update!

  26. The were filming at the former psychiatric hospital in St. Thomas, Ontario the entire week of September 23.

  27. Season 2 trailer is out.


    The opening shot is easy as you can see the Super Buck address at 1963 Weston Rd.


    As it did last season, Roy Thomson Hall shows up a lot as well as David Pecaut Square:


    At 1:22 The Female is on a rooftop in Regent Park, around Sumach and between Gerrard and Oak.

    I’m pretty sure it’s this building at 458 Gerrard Street:


    You can see the apartments at River St and Gerrard in the background to the left.


  28. Was the S02E01 water park SplashZone at Wonderland?

    1. It's Wet N Wild.

      7855 Finch Ave W
      ON L6T 0B2

      Go to 17:31 of the episode and you'll see this:


  29. Season 2 episode 2 funeral scene is Willowdale Presbyterian church in North York

  30. I'm pretty sure Lucy met her demise at Fifty Point Beach in Hamilton:


    They would have built a faux sewer entrance there.

  31. The scene with Kimiko and her brother talking on the street in season two, episode two, at 52:16 is on the Esplanade, just east of Jarvis Street:


    He runs east away from Kimiko and then can be seen running west in front of this construction cladding, which has been painted white since the google street view survey


    It then cuts so a shot of him running south down Frederick street, back on the Esplanade:


    And then he throws her into this building:


    Before running down the Esplanade right where they started and getting choked out:


  32. Just did a quick rewatch of episode four.

    The recap reminded me: This is where Jennifer Esposito’s head blew up:


    As for the rest this is all I could figure out:

    1. Grace and Billy have a chat at 5:58 in Regent Park. Somewhere on Oak Street. It’s driving me crazy trying to find the exact spot. When they filmed this last year Oak street would have been the division between the existing building to the north from the 1950s (behind Grace) and one of the new buildings from the late 2010s (behind Billy).

    2. This one is easy: At 18:06 Hughie, Starlight and MM are on Adelaide near Jarvis where you can clearly see the AAA sign and part of the Edible Arrangements sign beside it.

    3. 28:43 - Billy and Becca meet on Wiley Bridge in Brampton. There's a daytime scene later in the episode where you can see things more clearly.



    4. Hughie and Starlight take a stroll down College near University. They start here, I guess they CGIed out Toronto General Hospital on the side of the building:


    They continue the conversation across the street here before Starlight goes down the escalator:


  33. The actual first scene - the one of Mauve and Homelander stopping the armed truck robbery, is on the corner of King William st and John St in Hamilton.

  34. Episode 5 when Billy is in the bar drinking looks like it’s filmed the bar in Toronto called Sneaky Dees

  35. Episode 5:

    At 7:59. Vought Fresh Farms - this was filmed in a Pharmasave – you can see the E in the sign blocked off by boxes, top right at the first scene. The “wellness starts here” sign over the pharmacy counter is a dead giveaway. No idea which Pharmasave it is.

    At about 11 minutes Frenchie and Kimiko are at 1721 Jane Street in York:


    At 29:56 Frenchie and Kimiko are on Bloor Street around St Paul’s:


    Interiors were filmed in St Paul’s:


    And finally, the show called Eat My Dick is actually season one episode 11 of Outlander.

    That’s all I got for this episode.


  36. At 42:25 the building behind Frenchie is The Eclipse Building at 322-324 King Street West, on the northeast corner of John and King West:


    With the TIFF Bell Lightbox Theater across the street (80 John Street) being the exterior of the entrance to the theatre in the show.

  37. To elaborate on what was anonymously posted in the comments about a year ago:

    The exterior shots of Sage Grove were filmed at the Regional Mental Health Centre at Sunset Dr. St Thomas.


    467 Sunset Dr
    N5P 3V9 St Thomas
    Ontario - Canada

  38. Season 2 episode 1
    When Butcher is in the restaurant writing with a crayon, the front doors that he leaves through is an East Side Mario’s

  39. The restaurant Stan Edgar and Billy meet in is the Chase. There is also a scene at the entrance on Temperance where Stan gets in his car.

    A-train confronts Hughie and Starlight near the George Brown college St James campus at King and George st.

  40. Season 2, Episode 7: When Hughie and Lamplighter are breaking into Vought HQ - that alleyway is Emily St, at King. I used to work in that building! It's a block over from Roy Thompson.

  41. Season 2, Episode 2:
    The scenes filmed at the "warehouse" filled with party supplies where Kenji is found is Amazing Party Store (734 Dundas St E, Mississauga, ON L4Y 2B6). The huge purple gorilla on the roof is what has me conviced that it is the same place!

  42. I believe the opening scene is shot on john st in

  43. Can't remember the episode, but in season 2 when Annie and Hughie break up and she takes the escalator down to the subway station, it's filmed right outside the north entrance to Queens Park Station. They add a few NY posters and signs, but you can still see the Line 1 sign and some Canada Post mailboxes in the background.

  44. S03E02 at 27:42 - The Vought 33rd Annual Firearm Convention and Exposition is the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. When Billy is going through security you can see the mural in the background.

    S03E03 at 33:25 - This scene takes place on Oxley Street between Spadina and Charlotte.

  45. At 39:43, MM, Butcher, and Hughie meet in Ching Lane, near Yonge and Adelaide.

    To expand on the exploding Dineen Building: 20:46 the camera is panning down at the Saks Fifth Avenue at Yonge and Queen.

    Soldier Boy then walks south down Yonge and they show a New York City Bus… but you can see some TTC busses in the background after that. They added a bus stop that’s not normally there as well.

    You can also see the Good Life Fitness sign a little in some of these shots, but when Solider Boy turns onto Temperance the sign is gone.

  46. The base in season 3 episode 4 is the back of city hall in Brantford Ontario. Brutalist architecture at its finest.

    I'm curious where the TNT twin's house is from season 3 episode 6.

  47. The Buster Beaver pizza location was filmed at "Windies" at 3330 Lawrence Ave East in Scarborough.

  48. The costume shop, which gets trashed in S02, E02 (Proper Preparation and Planning) is located at 734 Dundas Street East in Mississauga. Right next to the Bike Zone. It has since been closed down permanently.

    In season 3, when Homelander goes to see Ryan, the yellow house in the background is the Dalziel House located on the north property of Black Creek Pioneer Village. It is not accessible to the public.

  49. Buster Beavers was the original Pop Shop built in the 1970s by Eddie Shack of Toronto Maple Leafs fame.

  50. Season 2 the episode after Herogasm, where they go walk through the park, anyone know which park that is?

  51. This is the playground in front of Nelson Mendella public school on Shuter St, near Sumach. This was when they were filming season one.


  52. In season 2 episode 7, Billy Butcher’s conversation with his dad takes places at Town Inn Suites at Church St and Charles St E in Toronto.
    Took me half an hour of searching Google maps to confirm the exact location lol
    Town Inn Suites

  53. S-4E01 at 13:13 when Kimiko jumps out of the window, this is the back of the King Edward Hotel, on Colborne Street

    S04E02 - 1:06 - the scenes with Will Ferrell - this is Regent Park. Between Oak and Gerrard, just west of River Street.

  54. Nice to have you back, TJ! I always really enjoy your detailed location shares :D

  55. S04E04 - The Vaught On Ice scenes were filmed at the Tribute Communities Centre in Oshawa.

    S04E03 42:35 - When A-Train whisks Huey off away from the arena, they end up in McFarrens Lane. One street east of Sherborne Between Queen and Richmond. The camera is facing South.

  56. Episode S04E066 - Dirty Business

    When Hughie spreads his dad’s ashes at the Beresford Hotel, this was filmed outside The Royal Connaught in Hamilton. I remember this location from The Umbrella Academy.

    Not to get too Meta, but the fictional Barefored Hotel - it was actually the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel at 301 Park Avenue, Manhattan.

    So The Royal Connaught was posing as the Barefored Hotel, which had the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel posing at it.

    So this is a filming location posing as a different filming location. Mind blown. Only not by Victoria Neuman this time.

    Full confession: I have never seen Maid In Manhattan ( I have too much self-respect), but rather I have two things going for me: OCD about filming locations and Google Street View, plus a pretty good knowledge of Toronto and Hamilton, having walked both cities extensively, and I love old buildings. So, I could be completely wrong in this.

    One oddity in all this: In this episode the address the set decorators (or location decorators - not sure why they’re called) disguised The Royal Connaught as this location, the address they put on the front was 3301 Park Avenue. 3301, not 301. I consider this as a personal attack on my OCD.

    And thank you, Sander, that is kind of you to say.

    A-Train is in Toronto, so they have him in front of the Skydome and the CN Tower, and I can't stop laughing at the embarrassing cliche. And yeah, you go ahead and call it the Rogers Centre if blind adherence to such pedantry helps distract you from the fact that corporate sponsorships are a blatant symptom of how late capitalism is killing our planet and our humanity. I'll call it the Skydome. Or hell with a retractable roof. I hate sports and the acoustics are horrible for concerts.

    S04E06 = @ 11:53 - these are the stables at Casa Loma.

    The establishing shot outside of said studios is Oak Hall.

  57. Well, after a couple of hours (and only then realizing that it was Metro Hall seen in the background), I managed to find the exterior of Starlight House and where the stage was built for Firecracker's live show meant to discredit Starlight, as seen in 4x04.

    The stage was at 229 Richmond St W, Toronto - which makes the entrance to Bell Media Headquarters, barely glimpsed when Annie leaves the building and notices the stage for the first time.

    4x05: The church from the teaser of Firecracker's upcoming movie - Little Trinity Anglican Church, 425 King St E, Toronto.

    Stadium of A-Train: Return to Hamilton's Tim Hortons Field stadium (the shots with Will Ferrell - there is a shot with a track around the field that I cannot find anywhere as of yet).

    Unfortunately, no luck with the farm. Which I hope TJ can still track down.

  58. I see lots of streetcar tracks and many orange and turquoise taxis.

  59. The farm in season 4 is Coffee Creek Farm in Caledon East.

  60. There was one location I recognized straight away (as it was also in Saw II as one of John Kramer/Jigsaw's lairs and in others) and that was Hearn Generating Station, 440 Unwin Ave, Toronto. It is here where The Boys get their new passports from MM.

    And of course, the establishing shot for MM leaving was John F. Kennedy International Airport.

    Also interesting to note was that Red River returned, and appears to be the same missing location as seen before in 3x02 and 3x03. TJ, do you have any clues on this one? This appears to be the best pic of its front:



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