Netflix wants to create a new production center.
Netflix will invest nearly $ 1 billion in the United States and create another 1,000 jobs a year over the next decade, New Mexico lawmakers said on Monday.
The group has chosen this state in the western United States as a new production site and is in the process of finalizing negotiations to buy a film studios complex, the ABQ said Governor Susana Martinez and Albuquerque City President Tim Keller .
This complex will be used for the production of the series "Daybreak" and "Chambers", recently commissioned by the platform.
"After years of efforts to reduce taxes and make New Mexico more welcoming to business, we are finally seeing the incredible results," Martinez said.
To attract the world's giant streaming, local authorities have awarded numerous grants, including public environmental subsidies of $ 15 million.
Netflix, which has more than 130 million subscribers worldwide, has already filmed some of its original content in New Mexico, such as the "Godless" and "Longmire" series. The group has recently set up its first European production facility in Spain.