(Highland Park, MI) -- With the future of the show "Detroit 1-8-7" up in the air, ABC is vacating the studio space in Highland Park where the cop drama is filmed. There is also the question about whether the state of Michigan will approve tax credits for the show should it continue filming in Michigan. A producer for the show says the incentive application is on hold, like many others, pending new legislation that could cap the the total amount of annual film credits to just 25 million dollars a year for 2012 and 2013. In its first season "Detroit 1-8-7" alone got just under 20 million dollars in tax credits after spending a little over 47 million dollars filming in Michigan.
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