TV shooting leaves Hamilton stadium in disrepair
A TV set built in the outfield at Bernie Arbour Stadium was extensively damaged during shooting. The cost to re-sod the field is estimated at $100,000.
The turf at Hamilton's Bernie Arbour Stadium will need replacement this spring after having sustained extensive damage during location shooting for the television series The Handmaid's Tale. The city is negotiating with the series' film company about the estimated $100,000 cost to re-sod the stadium.
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