Revry, the world’s first LGBTQ+ virtual cable TV network, just announced a new channel, OML on Revry, described as “the first 24/7 live TV channel” exclusively catering to queer women and nonbinary people. Lesbians, bisexuals, and other Sapphics, our time has come!
The new channel will feature queer women and nonbinary stories all year round streaming for free with commercials. It will have both original content and movies and shows from other creators.
Shirin Etessam, the founder of OML, said in a release, “what started as a portal to curate and share quality lesbian video content has become a powerful platform to launch, stream, distribute, and promote some of the very best LBTQ+ content online.”
OML was founded in 2009 as One More Lesbian, a streaming site for lesbian content and media. Now, they’ve amassed millions of viewers and over half a million YouTube subscribers and expanded their platform to include media by and for all queer women and nonbinary people.
Revry chief product officer and co-founder LaShawn McGhee says that she’s “overjoyed to offer a free, living and breathing space for queer female stories to be seen across the world. And launching the first queer female live TV channel is just the beginning – we’re excited to explore a long-lasting future with OML.”
OML on Revry is launching with the brand new original series Dating ‘In’ Place, a social distancing comedy about two young women who date and fall in love in the middle of a global pandemic. The channel also features Crazy Bitches, starring Candis Cayne and Guinevere Turner, paranormal sci-fi drama Passage, Girls Like Magic directed by Eastenders’ Kit Williamson, and all three seasons of Gal Pals, which has been described as “The L Word for the Broad City generation.”
Revry is currently available in over 250 million households and can be viewed on The Roku Channel, Samsung TV Plus, Comcast Xfinity X1, Dell, Xumo TV, Zapping TV, STIRR, TiVo+ and Littlstar. Other Revry networks include Revry Live TV and Revry News, the first all-queer news network.
You can watch OML on Revry starting October 29 at watch.revry.tv/oml.