CA FILM/TV CREDIT - Latest TV Projects selected for the CA Tax Credit Program (3.0)

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Joseph Chianese
Joseph Chianese Member Posts: 116

CA Film Commission just announced the latest TV projects selected for the CA Film Credit...See below

Tax Credit Program Approved Projects

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Fiscal Year

Production Title

Company Name

Production Type

Independent or Non-Independent

CA Filming Days

# of Cast Hired

# of Crew Hired

Background Players in Days Worked

Qualified Expenditures

Credit Allocation

Credit Allocation Date

2023-2024

The Mandalorian & Grogu

Lucasfilm, Ltd.

Feature Film

Non-Independent

92

54

500

3500

$166,438,000

$21,755,000

2/26/2024

2023-2024

Fallout 2+

Kilter Films

Relocating TV Series

Non-Independent

88

20

150

3385

$153,680,000

$25,000,000

4/8/2024

2022-2023

Star Wars: Skeleton Crew+

Huckleberry Industries Inc.

New TV Series

Non-Independent

121

70

500

3582

$135,746,000

$20,909,000

7/18/2022

2021-2022

Winning Time 2

Cooler Waters Productions, LLC

Recurring TV Series

Non-Independent

154

35

400

2850

$129,543,000

$18,413,000

4/11/2022

2022-2023

Michael

Lionsgate

Feature Film

Non-Independent

80

65

300

12370

$120,085,000

$21,071,000

3/6/2023

2020-2021

Westworld 4

Autonomy Productions, LLC

Recurring TV Series

Non-Independent

104

50

200

2952

$118,677,000

$20,484,000

2/1/2021

2017-2018

Captain Marvel

Warbird Productions, LLC.

Feature Film

Non-Independent

70

35

400

3320

$118,571,000

$20,755,000

7/31/2017

2023-2024

Noir 1+

Amazon MGM Studios

New TV Series

Non-Independent

118

248

250

4587

$110,835,000

$20,874,000

12/11/2023

2023-2024

Dr. Odyssey 1+

Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

New TV Series

Non-Independent

151

250

225

8300

$107,837,000

$20,462,000

4/8/2024

2023-2024

Under My Skin

Restless Productions, Inc.

Feature Film

Non-Independent

86

119

524

7080

$106,822,000

$20,687,000

Five "new" TV project, one recurring television series, a limited series, and three new television series.

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  • Joseph Chianese
    Joseph Chianese Member Posts: 116
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    1. Projects are expected to spend $386 million in California for upcoming seasons.

    2. They will employ 1,196 crew members, 685 cast members, and 15,869 background performers (measured in days worked).

    3. The projects will generate approximately 438 filming days across California.

    4. The California Film Commission highlights the attraction of twelve new and one relocating TV series to California in early 2024.

    5. These projects create essential jobs and support the livelihoods of thousands in the film and television industry.

    6. "All’s Fair," a new TV project by Ryan Murphy, will film 97 days in California, including 10 days outside Los Angeles.

    7. "All’s Fair" will hire over 400 cast and crew members and spend nearly $70 million in qualified expenditures.

    8. "Lot Patrol" and "Latitude" are additional series in the Film and Television Tax Credit Program, contributing diverse content and economic growth.

  • Corey Sienega
    Corey Sienega Member Posts: 59
    edited July 10
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    Great info— shared in the Producers Guild slack channels.

    Some responses in the trades show frustration with these huge projects being announced for credits and are wondering what support more risky, independent projects are getting. Happy to see jobs being created by big show, and there are more CA incentives for independents— here's a place to start - https://film.ca.gov/tax-credit/the-basics-3-0/

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