Steven Canals, who co-created FX's Emmy-nominated series with Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, opens up about the most unexpected challenges of season one, hot topics of the writers room and his history-making nom as the first Latinx producer competing in the best drama series category.
17 Productions Nominated for 117 Awards Participated in the New York State Film Tax Credit Program Participating Productions Generated an Estimated $913 Million in NY Spending; Creating More Than 49,300 New Hires Across the State.
At Least 45 Series Including Streaming Services and Premium Cable Have Committed to Filming in New York State as of May 17
Empire State Development (ESD) today announced that 20 major network series will film in New York State this year, including four new series. The announcements were made this week at the 2019 network upfronts, the presentations given by major networks to promote new and renewed series that will be part of their fall schedules. As of today, an additional 25 series distributed by streaming services, premium cable services or other broadcast companies have started filming or are confirmed to film in New York State. All series are participating in the New York State Film Tax Credit Program.
Productions generated estimated $222.5 million in spending, with nearly 10,000 new hires in NYS; state film tax credit program annually generates hundreds of thousands of hires, millions in investment