A 10-episode series following Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit founder Carrie Morey will debut May 13. Titled How She Rolls, the series details Morey’s life as an entrepreneur and how she kept her business afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a press release.
“From implementing staff furloughs to mitigating the cost of spoiling perishables, the pandemic provides an opportunity to explore important themes such as innovation, resiliency and providing leadership through uncertainty,” the press release said.
Each episode is 30 minutes, and the series will feature guest appearances from Rodney Scott and Nathalie Dupree. How She Rolls was co-produced by South Carolina Educational Television (SCETV) and Susie Films and will be distributed by PBS, meaning it will be available for streaming on the PBS app and pbs.org.
“I was raised on public radio and television programming, so it is truly an honor to have SCETV as the presenting station of How She Rolls,” Morey said in the release. “It is my hope that How She Rolls will inspire families to gather around the supper table together more often, help small business owners know that they are not alone in the ups and downs of entrepreneurship, and that it will bring recognition to some of the truly amazing farmers and purveyors across our beautiful state.”
How She Rolls will be available for streaming on May 13. For more information, visit howsherolls.com.