TV productions awarded grants to film in Wilmington

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCT) – The North Carolina Commerce Department announced two productions received grant money to film in the state.

It says the productions will begin in the next two months.

The money comes from the North Carolina Film and Entertainment Grant program. State lawmakers moved away from tax credits to the grant program in 2015.

“Good Behavior” will air on TNT. It already shot the pilot last year at EUE/Screen Gems in Wilmington. The grant is worth $6,603,003.

“SIX” is a military drama that will air on HISTORY. The production will be based out of Wilmington. The grant is worth $7,215,671.

The state commerce department estimates that both projects will created 2,900 job opportunities.

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