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Hulu Moves New Show Out Of North Carolina Over Anti-Gay Law

What will leave next?

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Merrill Barr

In light of North Carolina's recently enacted anti-gay law, Hulu will be moving production of its new pilot, Crushed, out of the state and into Canada, according to The Wrap.

Bashir Salahuddin and Regina Hall star in the new series as owners of an African-American winery in Napa Valley. Recently, Fox and A&E said they would no longer bring productions into the state other than series already committed to shoot there, including Six and Shots Fired.

Fox and A&E vow to boycott North Carolina in response to anti-LGBT law.

Hulu's action mirrors pressure from numerous film and television studios that threatened to take their productions out of Georgia if a similar law were to pass there; the law was subsequently vetoed by Georgia's governor.

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