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MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- Netflix appears to have a hit on its hands with its own TV series, "House of Cards."

The series involves a South Carolina congressman who has schemed his way over his enemies into White House circles. The series, based on a British series that aired in 1990, has intense fans.Those fans include Maryland state officials, who had been doling out tax credits for the series. After two seasons, the state has balked at giving more credits. The series, starring Kevin Spacey and produced by Media Rights Capital, has already received a staggering .6 million in tax credits, according to the Washington Post.But states and cities hand out tax credits to filmmakers because they create employment and economic development. Sometimes Hollywood sets up permanent or long-term studios, as it has in Vancouver, British Columbia, or in Ohio, where Disney has been shooting a lot of its Marvel superhero movies.The Post reports the third season of "House of Cards" has been delayed. Opportunity for another state to host production could be there, so should Alabama get in on the action and extend tax credits to productions like "House of Cards?" Would Montgomery pose well as the District of Columbia?

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