The Norwegian original series ‘Post Mortem: No One Dies in Skarnes’ doesn’t make much sense, but delivers a fresh and compelling horror saga from its nonsensical theme. Created by Petter Holmsen, the story of the series follows the Hallangen family, who have run the funeral home in the titular village for five generations. Only no one dies in town and the family struggles to continue the business.
But Live, the daughter of the family, is plunged into a sinister mystery after a near-death experience – a secret hidden in her family lineage. Live’s return from the realm of the dead leads to a series of mysterious murders, and suddenly the pathologists at the local morgue are busy. Thus begins a comical journey full of supernatural and medical intrigue. The story takes place almost exclusively in the titular village, and if you’re curious about the locations where the show was filmed, let us take you on a tour.
Post Mortem: No one dies at filming locations in Skarnes
‘Post Mortem: No One Dies in Skarnes’ was filmed on locations in and around Norway. Shooting for the first season started in mid-2020 and was finally completed on December 6, 2020. The series is one of the first of Norwegian origin that Netflix has acquired after the success of previous shows such as ‘Norsemen’ and ‘Occupied’.
The production team, which is mainly made up of Norwegian nationals, filmed the series on location in the picturesque and serene Scandinavian country. The Norwegian production company Motion Blur produces the series. Now let’s take you to the specific areas where the show is filmed.
The story of the series is set in the sparsely populated village of Skarnes and revolves around a family of local coffin makers. The cast and crew film the entire show in the same room. We often hear the name of the neighboring town of Kongsvinger, a town 22 kilometers away from Skarnes. Although the show’s first season rarely leaves Skarnes.
The small community of Skarnes is the administrative seat of Sør-Odal Municipality in the southern county of Innlandet in Norway. The river Glomma (or Glåma), the longest in the country, bisects the village – in Tronbøl, Korsmo and “old” Skarnes.
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