Streaming giant Netflix announced it is rethinking its film and television production investments in Georgia if a new law restricting abortions goes into effect. For now, the company said it will continue to work there. “Stranger Things” and “Ozark” are both filmed in the state that just approved a law that bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, which could be as soon as the sixth week of pregnancy. Georgia is one of eight states to pass new laws restricting abortions. Netflix’s chief content officer said they will work with the ACLU to see the law overturned in the courts. Nearly 40 TV shows or movies are currently in production in Georgia.
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