|Entertainment News | Saturday June 16 2012 6:59
Homegrown TV drama Go Girls has received the bulk of the cash in New Zealand On Air's latest funding round.
The production will receive almost seven million dollars for its fifth season.
Most of the other projects to receive funding are documentaries, including one looking at the struggle to rebuild Christchurch, which will be shown on Prime.
New Zealand On Air is also putting more than two million dollars into increased captioning and audio description services for deaf, hearing impaired, blind and sight impaired audiences on TV One, TV2 and TV3.
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