“How She Rolls,” the culinary docuseries that follows the life of baker Carrie Morey, returns for a second season on PBS Living Sept. 12.
The first season followed Morey, an award-winning baker, author, business owner, mother, wife and daughter, as her family and business, Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit, went through the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, when she learned to balance being a mom with the pressures of being a business owner during a world health crisis.
In the 10-episode season two, she experiences the growing success of her business, which leads to more challenges. New players, rising costs, store closures and health issues create obstacles, but also help her refocus personally and professionally.
“This has been an incredible journey — filming our second season, the tremendous growth of the business, and of course, balancing it all with the ups and downs of family life,” Morey said in a statement. “I hope we are not only entertaining viewers and causing mouths to water over our one-of-a-kind, homemade biscuits, but also providing valuable insights into the demands of being a young company without losing sight of how important caring for your loved ones is.”
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Other titles coming to PBS Living in September include “Dr. Lori Mosca’s 3 Keys to Heart Health” on Sept. 6; “Younger Next Year: The New Science of Aging” on Sept. 8; “Motorweek Season 42” on Sept. 13; and “Rivers of Life, Season 2 ” on Sept. 28.