The Boys, the ultra-violent superhero series from Amazon Prime Video is back for a second season! And to celebrate, we’re taking a look back at all The Boys filming locations from the first season.
The first season was set in NYC, but was actually filmed mostly in Toronto, Ontario. Most of the locations you can get to in person, or if you’re a bit too far away, can be seen using Google Street View.
EPISODE 1 THE NAME OF THE GAME
The first episode, where Homelander and Queen Maeve stop a bunch of bank robbers was shot on St. Catherine St. in Hamilton, Ontario.
The shop where Hughie works is located at 871 O’Connor Dr. in East York, Ontario. It’s currently vacant, in case you’re in the market. Call Philip Pick at (416) 441-2888.
The scene when Starlight arrives at Vought HQ for the very first time is actually Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Ontario. The interior shots where The Deep assaults her are filmed inside Roy Thompson Hall as well. The Toronto landmark is one of the most used The Boys filming locations
Roy Thomson Hall
60 Simcoe St.
Toronto ON M5J 2H5
Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto, Ontario serves as the backdrop for Butcher‘s conversation with Hughie.
Yonge Dundas Square
1 Dundas St. E.
Toronto ON M5B 2R8
EPISODE 2 CHERRY
When The Boys kidnap Translucent, they take him to Tony Cicero’s, which is actually a restaurant in Etobicoke, Ontario.
EPISODE 3 GET SOME
The scene where Homelander and Queen Maeve arrive to help the SWAT team stop a sniper was shot at the Royal Bank Plaza in Toronto, Ontario.
Royal Bank Plaza
200 Bay St.
Toronto ON M5J 2J2
When A-Train defeats Shockwave to retain the title of Fastest Man in the World, he does so at the Tim Horton’s Field in Hamilton, Ontario.
Tim Horton’s Field
64 Melrose Ave N.
Hamilton ON L8L 8C1
EPISODE 4 THE FEMALE OF THE SPECIES
When The Boys rescue The Female from the Filipino gangsters, they do so at the Kai Wei Supermarket in Kensington Market in Chinatown in Toronto, Ontario.
Kai Wei Supermarket
253 Spadina Ave.
Toronto ON M5T 2E3
The nail salon where Mother’s Milk interviews the Filipino beauticians is the Aroma Spa & Nail Salon in Toronto, Ontario.
Aroma Spa & Nail Salon
605 College St.
Toronto ON M6G 1B5
When The Boys run after The Female, the chase starts off at the Central Parkway Mall in Mississauga, Ontario before continuing on to the TTC‘s Lower Bay Subway Station in Toronto, Ontario.
Central Parkway Mall
377 Burnamthorpe Rd. E.
Mississauga ON L5A 3Y1
Lower Bay Station
1240 Bay St.
Toronto ON M5R 3N7
EPISODE 5 GOOD FOR THE SOUL
The memorial service for the passengers of the crashed airplane was shot at the Sherbourne Common Waterfront Park in Toronto, Ontario.
61 Dockside Dr.
Toronto ON M5A 1B6
EPISODE 6 THE INNOCENTS
The scene where The Deep is gassing up his Hummer was filmed at the Streetsville Gas Station in Mississauga, Ontario.
57 Queen St. N
Mississauga ON L5N 1A2
When Butcher and Hughie join a support group for survivors of Supes-related injuries, they actually filmed it at St. Luke’s United Church in Toronto.
St. Luke’s United Church
353 Sherbourne St.
Toronto ON M5A 2S3
EPISODE 7 THE SELF PRESERVATION SOCIETY
When Homelander pays Dr. Jonah Vogelbaum a visit, he does so at Parkwood Estate in Oshawa, Ontario.
270 Simcoe St. N.
Oshawa ON L1G 4T5
The Deep’s lobster scene was shot at McEwan’s Gourmet Grocery Store in Toronto.
CF Shops at Don Mills
38 Karl Fraser Rd.
North York ON M3C 0H7
EPISODE 8 YOU FOUND ME
The motel scenes were shot at the New Plaza Motel in Scarborough, Ontario.
New Plaza Motel
4584 Kingston Rd.
Scarborough ON M1E 2P4
Hughie and Annie meet at the Cathedral Church of St. James in Toronto.
Cathedral Church of St. James
106 King St. E
Toronto ON M5C 2E9
When Hughie and Butcher pay Mallory a visit, they do so at The Fallsview Residence in Hamilton.
Coming soon, all The Boys filming locations used for Season 2 you can visit in Canada. We’re going to sit down and enjoy watching it first (we suggest that you do the same). Cheers!
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