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SIX Season 2 Start Filming in BC July 23, 2017

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This week, History Channel’s SIX season 2 and Dragged Across Concrete with Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn start filming in Vancouver and British Columbia.

SIX Season 2 (History Channel TV Series)

After filming its first season in Wilmington, North Carolina, History Channel’s Navy SEAL drama SIX season 2 starts filming in British Columbia. The first week of filming will be spent primarily in the Pemberton area including Van Loon Farm on Pemberton Meadows Road and near Duffey Lake Road.

The series is centred around a team of US Navy operatives responsible for the nation’s anti-terrorism efforts in Afghanistan. Walton Goggins (Django Unchained) stars as the team’s leader (Rip), who was captured during the first season forcing a rescue mission.

According to Deadline.com, Walton will be back this season alongside returning cast Barry Sloane, Kyle Schmid, Juan Pablo Raba, Edwin Hodge, Brianne Davis, Nadine Velazquez, Dominic Adams, Jaylen Moore and Lindsley Register. SIX season 2 has also added newcomers Olivia Munn (X-Men: Apocalypse, The Newsroom) and Eric Ladin (American Sniper, The Killing) who will play a CIA Operative named Gina, and a SEAL team member named Trevor respectively. Olivia just recently wrapped up filming in Vancouver on the upcoming Predator movie.

SIX season 2 will continue filming in British Columbia until November 23rd.

Fuente: whatsfilming

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