The California Film Commission announced Monday that the drama series “In Treatment” is relocating from New York and that the “Miracle Workers” anthology comedy is moving from the Czech Republic. The state’s production tax credit program requires recipients to begin production within 180 days.
“In Treatment” and “Miracle Workers” will each receive a $5 million tax credit that can be applied once production has been completed. The shows bring the number of TV series that have relocated to California during the past five years under the state’s tax credit program to 20. The other shows include “Penny Dreadful: City of Angels,” “Good Girls,” “You,” “Sneaky Pete,” “Legion,” “Ballers” and “Veep.”
In 2015, the size of the program was tripled to $330 million annually to compete effectively with New York and Georgia, and it was then extended