Fox’s ‘Salem’ donates more than $200,000 in set materials toward the construction of new Lousiana aquarium

Fox’s ‘Salem’ donates more than $200,000 in set materials toward the construction of new Lousiana aquarium

The Salem Set. Photo by Casey Rackham for Screener

Fox 21 Television Studios and the production crew on the horror thriller series Salem recently donated more than $200,000 worth of set materials to the city of Shreveport, Louisiana, where the series has filmed each of its three seasons. The donation will go toward the city’s efforts to repurpose an abandoned community center into an environmentally sustainable aquarium. The new building is set to become the first in the state’s history to achieve LEED Platinum certification and will receive $166,000 worth of lumber used to construct Salem’s sets, as well as individual set pieces such as water wells, foam trees, and foam rocks that can be used in the aquarium’s exhibits. Read More