The five broadcast TV networks will be rolling out 23 one-hour dramas for the upcoming season, which normally would be good for Hollywood's hometown industry. But not this year, the Los Angeles Times reports. Just two of the new fall and midseason shows will be shot here, as producers seek tax-friendly havens in other states.
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