Netflix won't film a TV show in North Carolina due to its anti-LGBTQ law
Instead, the North Carolina-set coming-of-age drama OBX will be filmed in South Carolina due to the North Carolina bill known as "the bathroom bill." "This tiny law is costing this town 70 good, clean, pension-paying jobs and also sending a message to those people who can bring these jobs and more that North Carolina still doesn’t get it," Jonas Pete, OBX's creator and a North Carolina native, told a local newspaper.
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