Georgia-filmed Movies and Television Shows for Your Watch List
Watching a movie or television show is always a nice distraction, especially when you are keeping an eye out for Georgia locations. Luckily, Georgia is fairly common to spot in movies and TV shows these days.
Head over to the Georgia Filmography to browse a comprehensive list of all the Georgia-lensed films and TV programs from 1972 to present. The list also notes some of the Georgia cities where they were filmed.
Season four of the thriller “Ozark,” starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, is available now. The dark and gritty drama – which has filmed throughout the state, including Lake Allatoona and Château Élan – quickly captured attention when it launched in 2018. Watch the trailer for Ozark Season 4, Part 1.
“Stranger Things,” which began streaming in summer 2019, is one of Netflix's most-watched original series ever. Since the first season in 2016, fans have been entranced by the show, which follows a gifted girl on the run from "bad men" and the group of friends who protect her. Set in fictional Hawkins, Indiana, the show films extensively in Georgia. Three seasons are available, and season four is set for release in summer 2022.
The first half of Season 11 of “The Walking Dead” is now available, and the second half is set to air in February 2022. The most-watched television series in basic cable history, based on the graphic novels by the same name, and has filmed exclusively in Georgia. It put locations in Atlanta and Senoia on the map for fans of the show.
Look for blockbusters in the Marvel universe on this family-friendly streaming service. Popular Georgia-filmed titles include “Avengers: Endgame,” “Black Panther,” “Captain America: Civil War,” “Ant-Man,” “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.” You’ll also find fan-favorite “Remember the Titans,” starring Denzel Washington, here.
Switch over to this app for hit comedies filmed in Georgia, including “Anchorman 2” starring Will Ferrell; “Identity Thief” with Melissa McCarthy and Jason Bateman; “Ride Along” produced by Georgian Will Packer; and the Emmy-winning animated hit “Archer.”
You’ll find all-time classics filmed in Georgia on this app, including “Forrest Gump,” “Smokey and the Bandit,” “Fried Green Tomatoes,” “Deliverance,” “My Cousin Vinny,” and “In the Heat of the Night.”
Two Georgia-lensed movies that were popular in the '90s can be found on this service. Take a trip back to 1995 by adding “Now and Then,” starring Christina Ricci, Demi Moore, and Rosie O’Donnell; and “Something to Talk About,” featuring Georgia’s own Julia Roberts, to your watch list.