OUTtv and OUTtvGo New Programming June/July

June
 

Pride Season 2 (6 x 30)

Airdate: Starts Thursday, June 4th

Synopsis: Mark Kenneth Woods and Michael Yerxa return for the second season of docu-series Pride. This season they travel to and explore San Francisco, Halifax, Manchester, Miami, Auckland and Johannesburg to learn about their LGBTQ+ history.

Drag Race All Stars 5 (8 x 60)

Airdate: Starts Friday June 5th

Synopsis: Previous RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants return to the Werk Room to compete for another chance to snatch the crown and win a place this in the coveted Drag Race Hall of Fame. Returning to slay the competition is Mayhem Miller,  Derrick Barry, Shea Coulee, Ongina, Jujubee, Mariah Balenciaga, Alexis Mateo, India Ferrah, Miz Cracker, and Blair St Clair


Drag Fan (8 x 30)

Airdate: Starts Friday, June 19th

Synopsis: Jonny McGovern (host of Hey Qween) tests contestants drag knowledge in the all-new quiz show Drag Fan. With cameos from your favorite drag stars, two contestants will be pit against one another to prove they are the ultimate Drag Fan 

Three Chords and a Lie (1 x 60)

Airdate: Wednesday, June 24th

Synopsis: A one-hour special that follows the openly gay, country music artist Brandon Stansell as he returns to his hometown, Chattanooga Tennessee, to perform for the first time since his traumatic coming out and exclusion from his very religious family.

GenderQuake (2 x 60)

Airdate: Starts Friday, June 26th

Synopsis: Genderquake is a social experiment where 11 strangers of different gender identities and sexualities spend a week together in a house. They are here to discover what divides them and what unites them, but what they tell each other about who they are, and when they tell it, it is up to them.

July

Sex Clinic Season 2 (8 x 30)

Airdate: Starts Sunday, July 12th

Synopsis: Sexual health experts cut through taboos about young people’s sexual health, offering sexual MOTs, STI tests, treatment, and advice to anyone who walks through the doors of the clinic.

Jumping the Apex (6×30)

Airdate: Starts Thursday, July 16th
Synopsis: Follow Halifax’s Anchor City Rollers, a tea as they embark on their most important season ever and the chance to qualify for the International Women’s Flat Track Derby Association. Roller Derby is incredibly unique in that it is identified as a woman-first sport. And Anchor City Rollers is a shining example of that ethos, focusing on the participation and organization by women and non-binary folks. It is inspiring to watch this diverse, tenacious, and hilarious group tackle such a huge project on their own. 

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK ‘It’s a Wrap’ (1×30)

Airdate: Friday, July 17th

Synopsis: You can now witness an extra bit of nail-biting herstory as the three fabulous of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK finalists Divina De Campo, The Vivienne, and Baga Chipz all gather to watch the final episode for the very first time, waiting on tenterhooks for the big ru-veal. See the moment the finalists and their friends and family discover which of the queens win the coveted title and crown.

New on OUTtvGo 
(Free for the first week and $3.99 thereafter)

Avocado Toast

Synopsis: Molly doesn’t want to talk about being bisexual. Elle doesn’t want to talk about her parents’ divorce. Together, these 30-year-olds fumble through finally growing up. A story about coming together, and simultaneously falling apart.

Outspoken: Translating Beauty

Synopsis: Translating Beauty explores beauty as a concept but through the lens of trans women and how their unique connection to it is working to redefine beauty standards for all women.


Outspoken: Kink

Synopsis: Kink.com was started in 1997 by bondage enthusiast, Peter, who was a PhD student. this exclusive behind the scenes access will allow us to witness how the world’s most provocative BDSM company works. We’re pulling back the leather curtain…


OutSpoken: Rising 50 Years and Going Strong

Synopsis: 

Gay Rom Lit 

Synopsis: The massive market for gay male erotic fiction is dominated by women and trans writers. We explore the people behind these books and the reasons for their success in the market that’s predominantly aimed at men.  

My Trans Journey 

Synopsis: Dr. Massarella runs the Transgender Health Program at Quest Community Health Centre in St. Catharines, Ontario where her patients make the transformation of a lifetime.

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