CHARLOTTE, N.C. - An Emmy Award-winning cable TV drama that has been shooting in Charlotte will air another season.
Producers for the show "Homeland" announced Monday that it had been signed for a third season.
The show is a few episodes into its second season on Showtime.
State film commissioners said the show helped North Carolina have one of its biggest years in film and TV profits in 2011.
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