Shuswap businesses serve as backdrop for TV series

Abracadavers cast and crew spend time filming in Canoe, Salmon Arm

The cast of Abracadavers, Griffin Cork, Emma Houghton, Jordan Wright, Franco Correa and Courtney Charnock, and accompanying film crew were in Salmon Arm on May 29, shooting scenes for season one of the upcoming series, expected to air on Telus Optik TV on Demand later this summer. Filming took place at Salmon Arm Go-Karts & Mini Golf and the Apple Grove Motel in Canoe.

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The cast and crew of Abracadavers pack the Salmon Arm Go-Karts & Mini Golf office/dining area while filming for the upcoming series. (Photo contributed)

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