Scream Queens, Amazon’s Good Girls Revolt and the next installment of FX’s American Horror Story are today among the latest recipients of California’s lucrative tax credits. The trio were part of the 9 projects that the California Film Commission announced Wednesday will be receiving part of the $37.6 million available to small screen applicants this round. The Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuck Fox series, which debuted on September 22 last year, filmed its first season in New Orleans but will now be relocating to L.A for production on Season 2 to start in July. Also, with additional episodes ordered, HBO’s upcoming Westworld was awarded additional tax credits.
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The list also includes HBO’s Westworld, which received the credit for its remaining season one episodes – the show went on a hiatus in January, and it included three other forthcoming series: Amazon’s ’60s drama Good Girls Revolt, USA’s Shooter based on the Mark Wahlberg movie and Showtime’s dark comedy I’m Dying Up Here.
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