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      L.A. Times attributes Teen Wolf's Los Angeles relocation to extended state film tax credit

"Teen Wolf" is a rarity — a show that relocated to Los Angeles from elsewhere to take advantage of California’s film and TV tax credit program since it took effect in 2009.

Producers of the drama — which centers around an awkward teenager whose life is transformed when he is bitten by a werewolf — had planned to shoot the series in L.A. But they opted to film the show in Atlanta, taking advantage of Georgia’s 30% tax credit, which has attracted other series, including AMC’s “The Walking Dead” and the CW’s “The Vampire Diaries.”

Press release by Senator Ron Calderon on the signing of the California film tax credit.

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