Tea Party Production Company Begins Colonial America Series
Colony Bay Productions, a newly founded tea party production company, has announced its plans to produce a television series depicting the inspirational stories of our nation’s founders, reports Fox News
Jonathan Wilson and James Patrick Riley are the masterminds behind the company, and their first project is a self-financed television series titled, “Courage, New Hampshire.” The show is set in the winter of 1770 and chronicles tales of small town citizens in western New Hampshire.
“I think it’s critically important to really know this country, and we want to produce fictional dramatic content from a conservative point of view,” said Riley. Wilson also expressed amazement at a lack of content depicting the American Revolution, given its historical significance.
But, Wilson and Riley insist that politics is not an issue on set. “We hired people from the left, right, and the center. We just wanted capable actors,” explained Wilson.
Wilson is also the founder of the Pasadena chapter of the tea party.