Amazon's Fallout Series Secures $25 Million Tax Credit for Season 2 Production in California
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Amazon's Fallout Series Secures $25 Million Tax Credit for Season 2 Production in California

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

Exciting news for fans of Amazon’s upcoming Fallout series! According to a recent report by Variety, the highly anticipated show has secured $25 million in tax credits to move its second season production to California.

The live-action adaptation of the popular Fallout video game series is set to debut on April 11th. While Amazon has not officially announced a second season, the generous tax credit suggests that one is highly likely. Previously, Amazon filmed the series in New York and Utah, but California's investment signals a promising future for the show.

If California is willing to provide such substantial support, it indicates that the content of the series is considered valuable. The tax credit aims to stimulate job creation through production, highlighting the potential impact of the show.

Early buzz surrounding the show has been overwhelmingly positive, following the release of a teaser trailer that sparked excitement among fans. The prospect of a second season was already on the horizon, but with the additional incentives in California, production for season 2 is expected to be smoother and potentially faster.


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