Fallout TV

A new report from Variety suggests Amazon has received $25 million of Californian tax credit to continue its Fallout TV show, essentially announcing a second season will follow its debut this Thursday. Amazon itself hasn't shared the news yet, but if the series tracks well on the streaming service, then an announcement could follow in the coming weeks. The first season, which is made up of eight episodes, is available in its entirety from 11th April 2024.

The outlet reports a total of $152 million in tax incentives has been awarded to 12 TV shows, and Fallout is one of them. This means the filming of season two would move to the west coast of the USA while the first batch of episodes were recorded mostly in New York. This would line up with where the first season is actually set: the Los Angeles wasteland.

As Variety puts it: "California’s tax incentive is largely geared toward luring away TV shows that have already started production in another state or overseas. Such shows get a credit worth 25% of their qualified expenditures, and also get 20% in every subsequent season."

Fallout is available to watch on Amazon Prime from Thursday, 11th April 2024. We'll have a complete review of the full season before then. Are you looking forward to the TV show? Let us know in the comments below.

[source variety.com]