Ripper Street seeking investors

Irish tax break investors will be tapped to help finance the second series of Ripper Street, the Irish-made television drama that has just been commissioned for a second series.

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Ian Kehoe

3rd February, 2013
Jerome Flynn, Matthew Macfadyen and Adam Rothenberg in Ripper Street: the first series was made in Ireland, and there are plans to shoot the second one here. Photo: BBC

Irish tax break investors will be tapped to help finance the second series of Ripper Street, the Irish-made television drama that has just been commissioned for a second series.

Element Pictures, the Dublin production company, said it expects to raise money for the second series later this year under the Section 481 tax relief for films and television productions.

The company raised €10 million from tax break investors to finance the first series of the crime...

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