Netflix’s The Night Agent: Where has the action-thriller series been filmed?
Netflix’s “The Night Agent” is an action-thriller series based on the Matthew Quirk novel of the same name. It follows Peter Sutherland, a low-level FBI agent, as he accepts a position in the White House to oversee an emergency line after saving hundreds of lives in a train explosion.
He is sucked into a fatal scheme involving a Russian mole working inside the White House one night when the phone rings. Now, Peter sets out on a quest to identify the traitor in order to preserve the country. He receives assistance from Rose Larkin, the CEO, while also guarding her from her aunt and uncle.
The thriller drama show was created by Shawn Ryan, and notable actors including Gabriel Basso, Luciane Buchanan, Hong Chau, and D.B. Woodside gives outstanding performances on screen. The White House serves as the show’s main interior location. The plot develops in Washington, DC, the capital of the US.
The exciting chase and explosion scenes, meanwhile, are filmed against a variety of cityscapes. These alone should pique your curiosity about the location where “The Night Agent” is shot. Fortunately for you, we have compiled all the necessary details!
British Columbia, Washington, DC, and California, particularly Metro Vancouver and Los Angeles, are the locations used to film “The Night Agent.” According to sources, the first season’s main filming started in February 2022 and ended in late June of the same year. Let’s get directly to the particular spots where the action occurs now and save everyone some time!
The Night Agent’s Washington, DC scenes were primarily shot in Metro Vancouver, sometimes known as Greater Vancouver, with the production unit traveling around the metro region. The area serves as both the major shooting site and a stand-in for Rome in the action thriller series. Several citizens and onlookers in Vancouver observed the production crew in March 2022 as they recorded various sequences for season 1 under the Cambie Street Bridge that depicted a homeless camp.
In addition, the area around the Vancouver Art Gallery at 750 Hornby Street is converted into Washington, DC. The 700-1000 Block of West Pender Street, the vicinity of Pacific Central Station at 1150 Station Street, and the Georgia Viaduct bridge, which they closed overnight for two days during filming the first season, are just a few of the Vancouver locations where the cast and crew shot automobile chase scenes.