A popular Disney Channel show is extending its production work in Utah.
The second season of “Andi Mack” originally was going to spend $15 million in Utah, but the series has been approved for five more episodes, meaning its Utah spending will reach $18.8 million.
The production, by Horizon Productions Inc., was approved in June for a state tax credit incentive of up to nearly $3.8 million, but the amount was revised to $4.69 million by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) board at its August meeting.
The comedy show originally was to have principal photography in Utah through Dec. 20 but that has been revised to Feb. 8. The production includes 25 cast members and 190 crew members.