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Productions Move to LA; ‘Mormon’ Set to Sweep Tony’s

Mormon • New York was the place to be this pilot season, with hour-long dramas such as “Smash,” “Prime Suspect,” and “Person of Interest” shooting in the Big Apple. However, according to Deadline, six newly-picked up drama series have moved their shooting location to Los Angeles including “Ringer” and “Prime Suspect.”

• As part of their Tony Awards predictions, the New York Times interviewed about two dozen voters to gain an insight on this year’s top contenders. With 14 nominations, “The Book of Mormon” seems to be at the top of the list.

• MTV announced yesterday that it was cancelling the controversial U.K.-adapted teen series “Skins.” Producers at the network were warned to subdue the channel’s racy content back in January. The Hollywood Reporter weighed in on the show’s cancellation.

• The much anticipated concert version of the New York Philharmonic’s “Company” will be expanding to an additional 265 movie theaters through the National CineMedia’s Digital Broadcast. The new rendition of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s hit will be released June 15. Playbill has the story. 

Pictured: Matt Stone and Trey Parker (Photo: Getty Images)

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