Welcome to the golden age of LGBT entertainment.
If you haven’t noticed by the content of many He Said Magazine stories lately, there are more and more TV shows, web series and films made by, for and/or about LGBTQ individuals.
And they just keep getting better.
There’s a new one out today called Gayborhood and it’s kind of like a queer Curb Your Enthusiasm. Shot reality-series style, the unscripted Chicago-based show tackles all sorts of queer culture topics while slyly skewering the types of shows that made Andy Cohen and Bravo household names.
The series is the first original production for a platform called REVRY, an LGBTQ-dedicated mobile and online-based digital streaming service created by and for queer and allied audiences that debuted in March 2016. The network execs in Los Angeles plan to release more original programming throughout the year, making REVRY more robust than ever.
But the network already offers a nice array of LGBTQ titles including the original British version of Queer As Folk, The Pandora Boxx Show, plus film festival darlings like Head, G O’Clock and Rubber Duckie. Check it out with a free 30-day trial, then it’s just $4.99 per month or $54.99 for a full year.
That’s cheaper than Grindr and a guaranteed form of “on-demand.”
Premieres today on REVRY
Available on Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, iOS & Android devices, and the web