OUTtvGo App Launches on Apple TV - OUTtv

OUTtvGo App Launches on Apple TV

VANCOUVER, BC – September 28, 2017 – OUTtv has announced the launch of the OUTtvGo app on Apple TV (4th generation) in Canada.  The OUTtvGo app is free to download and features a collection of TV series, movies, documentaries and shorts that are available for $3.99/month.  

 With the app, OUTtvGo subscribers will be able to view full episodes of the Emmy Award winning series RuPaul’s Drag Race and the ACTRA Award winning Sex & Violence on their Apple TV.  

“The OUTtvGo apps for iOS, Android and Roku devices have delivered over one million streams since launch,” said Brad Danks, CEO, OUTtv. “The Apple TV app delivers a great viewing experience and is perfectly timed for the launches of the new season of Sex & Violence, the second season of The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula on October 31, 2017 and Knock Knock Ghost, later this year.” 

Additional OUTtv programming available on the OUTtvGo app for Apple TV includes:

  • Neighbours
  • Big Freedia, Queen of Bounce
  • Hurricane Bianca
  • Tales of the City
  • My Mad Fat Diary
  • Naked Attraction
  • Kinky Boots
  • But I’m a Cheerleader
  • Drag Becomes Him

In addition to the new Apple TV app, OUTtvGo subscribers can stream OUTtv content through their desktop and iOS, Android and Roku devices.

About OUTtv

OUTtv is Canada’s national LGBTQ television network that offers a compelling mix of drama, comedy, talk and award-winning movies.  Their original programming includes Sex & Violence, The Boulet Brothers’ DRAGULA, Don’t Quit Your Gay Job, Knock Knock Ghost and Fabulocity.  OUTtv is the exclusive initial license holder for the Canadian broadcasts of The Collection, Neighbours, RuPaul’s Drag Race and Untucked.  OUTtvGO is OUTtv’s streaming platform where subscribers can stream their favourite series and movies and discover new content exclusive to the service.  OUTtv is available for iOS and Android devices, Roku and on web browsers for $3.99 a month.  OUTtv’s majority investor is Stern Partners. To learn more about OUTtv visit outtv.ca.