If you haven’t heard, it’s time to introduce you to an app-based video streaming network that caters specifically to our community.
Here TV boasts about its “largest LGBT library with hundreds of hours of award-winning movies, series, documentaries, and short films.” And the online platform is easy to access with multiple streaming options.
Subscribers can watch the network’s 60 different series and 202 movies with new ones added on a weekly basis via their mobile devices, on the internet and even on the televisions throughout their home.
It’s an incredible portal for tv buffs who have a healthy appetite for superb acting and attention-grabbing plots. But it’s not only for tv buffs, the streaming portal is also a great media universe for all LGBT viewers who just enjoy indulging in self-identifying media content.
There’s nothing different from your everyday TV storylines from drama to comedy and romance other than it places you and your lifestyle in the leading role making the shows more relatable to oneself. We get the same array of feelings but with an overarching sense of self.
You can subscribe to Here TV both monthly for $7.99 per month or annually at a 30% discount of $67.99 for the year. Both subscriptions give you unlimited access to the streaming networks entire media library. Subscribers can log in on their mobile device, directly on the internet and on 3 TV devices: Apple TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire.
Not to mention, you can access your subscription directly with certain Cable TV/Fiber providers. Some of the well-known providers are Xfinity, U-verse, FiOS by Verizon, and Atlantic Broadband. To see Here TV’s complete list of supported Cable TV/Fiber click the drop-down menu on the top of their homepage.
Want to see what they have to offer before you subscribe? Check out their FreeView library of content at www.here.tv. There you can stream some of their streaming series like Work In Progress, a comedy about a middle-aged retail worker who quits her job in pursuit of her true calling as a documentarian sociologist.
Check out their series Falling for Angels, a drama that explores gay relationships in distinct neighborhoods of Los Angeles.
Click play below to watch the trailer located in the Feature Image of this article, Eating Out: The Open Weekend.