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Santa Fe, N.M. - Today, New Mexico Film Office Director Nick Maniatis announced that the EPIX series "Our Lady, LTD," produced by MGM Television has begun principal photography in Santa Fe, N.M. with shooting running through March 2019. 

The production will employ approximately 150 New Mexico crew members, 40 New Mexico actors and approximately 2,000 New Mexico background talent. 

"New Mexico has become a major player in the 'Golden Age of Television'," said Nick Maniatis, Director of the New Mexico Film Office. "We are delighted to welcome 'Our Lady, LTD', yet another TV series representing long term economic impact for New Mexico crew, vendors and communities."

"We're honored to host the entire cast and crew of 'Our Lady, LTD' here in Santa Fe! Our television and film economy continues to grow, creating local jobs and contributing to our reputation as the place to make amazing movies and TV," said Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber.

Steve Conrad and Bruce Terris (Patriot) serve as executive producers and showrunners, with Conrad directing six episodes. Joining Conrad and Terris as executive producers are Escape Artists' Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal and Steve Tisch (The Equalizer). 

"Our Lady, LTD" stars Sir Ben Kingsley (Operation Finale), Jacki Weaver (Silver Linings Playbook) and Jimmi Simpson (Westworld), Luis Guzman (Traffic), Damon Herriman (100 Bloody Acres), Chris Conrad (Patriot), Terry O'Quinn (Patriot), Kurtwood Smith (That 70's Show) and Hana Mae Lee (Pitch Perfect). 

The series follows James (Simpson), a young grifter, as he attempts to prey upon Pastor Byron Brown (Kingsley), who turns out to be far more dangerous than he suspects. The pastor and his wife Lillian (Weaver) - know to their parishioners as Pa and Ma - have used religion to bilk hundreds of innocent people out of their life savings.  

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