Scenes for a new hockey comedy are now being shot in Sud bury.
A spinoff of Letter Kenny, the six-episode series sees foul-mouthed character Shores join a senior AAA team on a quest to never, ever lose again.The puck will drop this spring on the show’s first season, streaming on Crave.Bawdy but brilliant, thereat least 69 reasons why Shores y will score with fans,aid Justin Stock man, vice president of content development and programming with Bell Media, in a release.As Craves first original series continues to gain devotees all over the world, we re so excited to head into another era in the expanding Letter kenny universe. Shores y stars Jared Keeso, who played junior hockey in his youth and portrayed Don Cherry in a TV biopic before co-creating Letter kenny, and is produced by New Metric Media, in association with Bell Media.Letter kenny has amassed an incredible following of highly engaged fans and we’re thrilled to embark on what is sure to be another obscenely funny series in Shores y said New Metric president Mark Montessori. Set in the great City of Bradbury, Shores y will bring new characters faces and stories but with the same witty banter and impeccable delivery as the original.
Apart from Keester
the Shores y cast features Tanya Tales The 100 Harlan Blane Kytwayhat Tribal and Blair Zamora Paranormal Nightshirt among others.Former pro hockey players Jon Nasty Mira sty Brandon Nolan and Jordan Nolan also appear as Jim Jim and Jim while Bourke Cabochon of North Bay inhabits the character of Cory.The debut season of Shores y also features guest stars such as Laurence Leboeuf Transplant, Scott Thompson Kids In The Hall and Jonathan Torrens Trailer Park Boys.Jacob Tierney who co created Letter Kenny with Keeso, is director on the new show, and also makes an appearance in the series.Shores y is the latest original series to join Craves expanding development and production slate, which also includes the investigative series Thunder Bay and limited drama series Little Bird.An all new season of Letterman is also set to stream Christmas Day exclusively on Crave.