Did you know that several high-profile TV shows have been filmed in Washington?

With the rise of streaming, more and more people are watching TV. Streaming services like Netflix and Hulu have more and more people working in the television and film industry, and those film crews are spreading out beyond just Los Angeles. With Amazon, HBO Max, Disney+, Paramount, and Peacock in the mix, even more shows are being created that don't have to go to cable or network TV. This means the possibilities are nearly endless.

Historically, TV shows are primarily shot in studios in Hollywood with exterior shots being on-location. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is like this. Believe it or not, the exterior of Paddy's Pub is actually in Los Angeles.

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Several films and television shows have been set in Washington over the years. Some famous examples include the Twilight and Fifty Shades of Grey franchises. Then you have cases like First Blood, which is set in Washington state but filmed in Canada. Washington has served has as a filming location for films not set in the state, too. The biggest example could be the Grant County Airport in Moses Lake being used in Die Hard 2.

If you're looking for a new TV show to binge, these are the shows that have been filmed in the Evergreen State.

TV Shows Filmed in Washington That Are Definitely Worth Your Time

Not everything has to be filmed in a Hollywood studio in Los Angeles. Plenty of movies have been filmed in Washington, with even more being set in Washington. But did you know that several great TV shows have had shots or entire series filmed in Washington?

While we're talking about Washington's footprint in the film and television industry, did you know all of these actors come from Washington?

LOOK: 38 Amazing Actors That Have Called Washington State Home

Sure, Washington is known for Amazon, coffee, wine, apples, grunge music, Microsoft, and Boeing. But you may not know how many actors and actresses have come from the Evergreen State. Yeah, our state has had an impact on the television and film industry. We've got A-listers, an Oscar winner, and faces of big franchises.

Check out our list below, I'm sure you'll find some surprises.

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