On this week’s episode of Tying It Together with Tim Boyum, we talk with filmmaker Jonas Pate, a North Carolina native and co-creator of the hit Netflix series “Outer Banks.” The show debuted during the coronavirus pandemic on April 15 and quickly rose to number one.
Pate tells us the stories behind the show, the reason it’s not filmed in North Carolina, and yes, we will address the Outer Banks to Chapel Hill ferry controversy. Pate also talks about the film industry in North Carolina and why he thinks it’s so important to the state.
For fans of the show, we will also delve into the show’s cast and future, including a season two tease!
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With the speed of the local news cycle, it's easy to forget that the politicians who represent us and the influencers in our communities are more than just sound bites. North Carolina veteran reporter and anchor Tim Boyum is loosening his signature bow tie for candid conversations with power players across the state. In "Tying It Together," Tim uncovers what makes these newsmakers tick, explores fascinating life stories, and helps all of us get a better grasp on the issues affecting our community.
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