What’s filming in Georgia in February 2022?

Kirsten Dunst, Tiffany Haddish, Shakira and Jamie Lee Curtis are all in the state for projects
Tiffany Haddish, Kirsten Dunst and Jamie Lee Curtis are all shooting films in Georgia this month. CREDIT: publicity photos



Tiffany Haddish, Kirsten Dunst and Jamie Lee Curtis are all shooting films in Georgia this month. CREDIT: publicity photos

Georgia film production has reached a basic stasis the past year, with active productions hovering primarily between 45 and 55.

The current count is around 54, according to the Georgia Film Office.

The past month has been relatively busy with at least two dozen new productions while almost as many wrapped. There are new films starring Kirsten Dunst (”Civil War”), Tiffany Haddish (”Landscape With Invisible Hand”) and Jamie Lee Curtis (”Halloween Ends”) in Georgia.

New TV series include AMC’s “Tales of the Walking Dead,” NBC’s “Dancing With Myself” and the CW’s “Tom Swift,” while returning shows like BET+’s “The Ms. Pat Show” and Nickelodeon’s “Young Dylan” are back in production. Marvel also has a Disney+ special airing called “Werewolf at Night.”

Overall, variety remains vast, from veteran reality shows like “First 48″ and “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” to scripted TV series such as Fox’s “The Resident " and the CW’s “Legacies” to big-budget sequels like “Creed 3,” “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3″ and “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.”

Among productions that wrapped the past month are the Disney+ remake “Haunted Mansion,” ABC’s “Queens,” Bravo’s “Married to Medicine” and the CW’s “Naomi.”

Oddly, Bravo only provided “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” on the Georgia film office page for a brief time last month but the show recently disappeared although there is some evidence it’s still shooting, including a Sheree Whitfield “She by Sheree” clothing brand party this past weekend.

The Georgia film office provides a live, ever-changing list of active productions, but it is not necessarily complete because production companies voluntarily inform the Georgia film office of what is happening. They are not obligated to do so. And if a company requests the production stay off the list or use a pseudonym, the film office will oblige.

What started production between Jan. 15 and Feb. 14

“American Barbecue Showdown,” season 2, Netflix

“1000 BF,” TLC reality show

“Civil War,” action drama set in the near future starring Kirsten Dunst

“Critter Fixers,” season 3, NatGeo

“First 48,” season 20, A&E

“Halloween Ends,” film with Jamie Lee Curtis

“Landscape With Invisible Hand,” MGM movie with Tiffany Haddish

“Luxe for Less,” HGTV series

“Stars Fell Again,” indie rom-com film starring James Maslow and Ciara Hanna

“You’ll Never Leave Me,” TV movie

“On Smoother Dirt,” movie about Ernie Banks

“The Ms. Pat Show,” season 2, BET+

“Young Dylan,” season 2, Nickelodeon

“Tales of the Walking Dead,” AMC anthology

“Broken Seeds,” a web crime drama

“Tell Me Lies,” new Hulu drama starring Jackson White and Grace Van Patten

“Werewolf by Night” (which goes by “Buzzcut”), Disney+ Marvel special

“Dancing With Myself,” NBC reality dance competition show led by Shakira

“Sam & Kate,” a dramedy that was previously cast with Dustin Hoffman and Sissy Spacek

“Social Society,” talk show, season, ALLBK

“The Young Wife,” indie film

“Tom Swift,” the CW, “Nancy Drew” spinoff, A serialized adventure of the titular Black gay billionaire inventor who is thrust into a world of sci-fi conspiracy and unexplained phenomena after the shocking disappearance of his father.

What wrapped between Jan. 15 and Feb. 14

“House Unseen,” HBO Max reality pilot

“Queens,” season 1, ABC

“Extra Point,” season 1, TLC/NBC/Twitch

“FCF Pre Game Show,” season 1, NBC/Twitch

“Man Ups,” season 1, NBC/Twitch

“Player’s Club,” season 2, NBC/Twitch

“Skills,” TV reality show, NBC/Twitch

“Tapes Don’t Lie,” season 2, NBC/Twitch

“Married to Medicine,” season 9, Bravo

“Haunted Mansion,” movie remake, Disney+ (Under name “Joy Ride”)

“Candy,” TV series on Hulu

“Naomi,” season 1, the CW

“Tyler Perry’s All the Queen’s Men,” season 2, BET+

“The Game Plan,” season 1 reality show, TNT

“Untitled Feature Film” (TMU)

“Untitled True Crime Limited Series,” ID network

CREDIT: Georgia Film Office

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