LGBTQ+ service OUTtv launches on Amazon Prime Video in US

LGBTQ+ television and streaming service OUTtv

is launching a channel on Amazon Prime US, available as an add on to Prime Video subscribers.

The channel is an extension of OUTtv’s partnership with Amazon Prime in Canada and Australia, where OUTtv has been available as a channel since 2021.

The service is available to Amazon Prime subscribers for US$3.99 a month, with a seven-day free trial.

OUTtv subscribers via Amazon Prime Video will be able to enjoy day and date release of all OUTtv originals such as the Stormy Daniels-hosted gay dating reality series For The Love of DILFs, queer sex symbol showdown Hot Haus, Behind The Drag Queen of The Year Pageant Competition Award Contest Competition, starring Alaska and Lola LeCroix, and new competition series showcasing the craft of drag Sew Fierce. The channel also has a documentary strand OutSpoken, featuring a series of one-hour documentaries made by a mix of new and established LGBTQ+ filmmakers.

Brad Danks, CEO of OUTtv, said: “We have enjoyed a fantastic partnership with Amazon Prime Video in both Australia and Canada, and we’re excited to be bringing Prime subscribers in the US our vibrant line-up of unapologetically queer content made by and for the community. OUTtv continues to go from strength to strength as we both look to new territories as well as expand our consumer touchpoints in existing markets.”

OUTtv is also available in the US via and the OUTtv App, the OUTtv Apple TV Channel and OUTtv on The Roku Channel.

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