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The final episode of the new television series Wayward Pines was shot last week in Agassiz, with more explosions and top secret action. Crews got to work this week tearing down the set, and the show is set to air in the late summer.    - Jessica Peters/ Observer
The final episode of the new television series Wayward Pines was shot last week in Agassiz, with more explosions and top secret action. Crews got to work this week tearing down the set, and the show is set to air in the late summer.
— image credit: Jessica Peters/ Observer

The final episode of the new television series Wayward Pines was shot last week in Agassiz, with more explosions and top secret action. Crews got to work this week tearing down the set, and the show is set to air in the late summer.

Watch this video clip of images as the set was constructed last fall.

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