No, it doesn't just seem like there are more TV shows being shot around down. There are more. The city says that tax incentives are luring more productions and that it expects 19 prime-time series this season, up from 12 last year. The city estimates the shoots put $957 million into the economy since April 23, versus $452 million last year. The problem, though, is "a glut of shows competing for finite resources and photogenic streets." Oops. [NYT]
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