Where Was The Night Agent Filmed?

The primary filming location of The Night Agent is the city of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. Additionally, some scenes of the Netflix series were filmed in the United States, precisely in Los Angeles and Washington DC.

Interestingly, Netflix’s The Night Agent is set in Washington, DC, United States but the actual filming of the TV series took place in different cities across two countries, with Canada taking center stage. The few scenes filmed in the United States are mostly used to capture the aerial views of important edifices on the TV show like the White House, Capitol Building, and the Washington Monument.

American actor Gabriel Basso did justice to the main role of Peter Sutherland, and the show got a positive reception from viewers upon its release. Other stars of the show include Luciane Buchanan as Rose Larkin, Eve Harlow as Ellen, and Sarah Desjardins as Maddie Redfield.

What is the Night Agent’s Filming Location?

The major filming location of The Night Agent is Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. However, the series has scenes shot in the United States, which is the original setting of the show. While it is set in the capital city of the United States of America, Washington DC, The Night Agent was primarily filmed in neighboring Canada.

The city of Vancouver takes credit for the majority of the filming, while the greater Metro Vancouver area was also used. Cambie Street Bridge, the Vancouver Art Gallery at 750 Hornby Street, West Pender Street, and Pacific Central Station, among others, are some of the key locations used in the shooting of the series. The scenes involving a helicopter crash were also filmed in British Columbia, specifically in Joe Brown Park in the neighboring city of Surrey.

For the part of the filming that took place in the United States, Washington DC and Los Angeles were used. In Washington DC, mostly aerial shots of the White House were captured alongside Capitol Building and Washington Monument. These key landmarks help to portray the true setting of the TV show, which is the United States.

Los Angeles, California, also forms part of the filming location of The Night Agent, but it has the least number of scenes.

The province of British Columbia, Vancouver, has become a popular spot for filmmakers due to the juicy filming incentives offered by the state. The reputation has earned the province the name – Hollywood North, and about 12,000 film and TV projects, including Yellowjackets, Criminal Minds, Supernatural, and House, have been filmed in the city over the past few years.

Major Locations Used in the Filming of The Night Agent

  • Cambie Street Bridge
  • Vancouver Art Gallery at 750 Hornby Street
  • West Pender Street
  • Pacific Central Station at 1150 Station Street
  • Georgia Viaduct Bridge
  • Pacific Spirit Regional Park
  • The Main Mall outside the former Chemistry Building at the University of British Columbia’s campus
  • Joe Brown Park in the neighboring city of Surrey in British Columbia
  • Washington, DC (aerial shots of the White House, Capitol Building, and the Washington Monument)
  • Los Angeles, California

The Night Agent Plot and Release Date

The 10-episode series follows the career and life of Peter Sutherland, a low-level FBI Agent who got roped in a conspiracy when he found out about a mole in the highest levels of the US government. To save his country, Peter must embark on a manhunt for the mystery mole while working with Rose Larkin, who has become a target of deadly assassins.

Starring Gabriel Basso, production on The Night Agent began on February 14, 2022, and wrapped up on June 25, while Netflix released the first episode of the series on Thursday, March 23, 2023. A season two of the show may not be possible as The Night is based on a single novel that has been exhausted in the first season.

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