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BACK-TO-BACK RECORD-BREAKING PRODUCTION NUMBERS

The entertainment production industry in The Palm Beaches remains robust as production revenues exceeded a record-breaking $247M in 2023, up 3% from the previous year. To that end, the number of total productions remained virtually unchanged year-over-year. This is a testament to the industry’s resiliency and prosperity, marking an era of steadfast production activity that’s thriving thanks to increased budgets and a vibrant film-friendly community. 

Crews from all around the world – as well as 160+ local production companies – continue to choose The Palm Beaches for our beautiful backdrops and scenic spaces. This filmmaker’s paradise offers 47-miles of pristine coastline to the east and sprawling everglades to the west, making Palm Beach County the largest - and possibly most diverse - county in the state of Florida.

Shows like Lost Gold (BBC Studios / National Geographic), Hot Yachts Miami (iTV and Paramount+) and the Netflix docuseries Break Point are just some of the international productions that took place in The Palm Beaches last year. While those productions are all out of the United Kingdom, Palm Beach County also welcomed production crews from Canada, Spain and Brazil. In addition, production attracted visiting crews from more than a dozen (18) states including California, Texas, New York, Georgia, and even Wisconsin. One of last year’s most notable productions included a Remy Martin commercial for Super Bowl LVII (2023), featuring Jupiter resident, Serena Williams. Meanwhile, brands and companies like Nautica, Lacoste, New Balance, Old Spice, Hertz Car Rental, and Volkswagen all shot in The Palm Beaches in 2023.