ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — HBO’s “Veep” has filmed in Maryland for four years, but its future in the state is in question after the series scored $6.5 million in California film tax credits.

The California Film Commission announced Tuesday that “Veep,” which stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus, is one of four series selected to receive tax credits for relocating production to California.

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HBO spokeswoman Cecile Cross-Plummer says executives haven’t decided where “Veep” will produce its fifth season, but they’re exploring their next steps.

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Karen Bell Hood of Maryland’s Department of Business and Economic Development, which includes the state film office, say officials haven’t heard from HBO about a move.

She says “Veep” received $13.9 million in tax credits in its first three seasons, but the state hasn’t pledged tax credits toward the next season.

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