Gay programming isn’t always easy to find. So, just as other streaming services provide notifications about what’s available from them, we’re providing an update of the best gay content on Here TV.
Have a look at what’s new on the streaming service:
Green Butterflies: Mateo falls in love with his classmate Daniel, but when their relationship is made public, they must decide between fighting their adversities or giving up everything they hold dear. Exclusive to Here TV.
Hooked: Eighteen-year-old hustler Jack and his boyfriend Tom are an item, close and very much in love. However, Jack tends to be very impulsive with his body and emotionally explosive. Matt, a married man who has not come out of the closet, decides to take Jack from NYC to Miami with the intention of helping him before it’s too late. Exclusive to Here TV.
Brotherly Love: Which call do you answer? The one you feel from God or the one you feel about your authentic self? This is the dilemma at hand for Brother Vito as he must decide between becoming a Brother or allowing himself to declare his love for Gabe. Exclusive to Here TV.
Queer Family Tree: In the mini documentary series, “Queer Family Tree,” we get to meet members of the queer community and learn about their unique paths toward self-acceptance/love. A Here TV original production.
Futuro Beach: Donato works as a lifeguard at Praia do Futuro beach in Brazil; Konrad is an ex-military thrill-seeker from Germany vacationing with a friend. After Donato saves Konrad from drowning, initial sexual sparks give way to a deeper, emotional connection. Winner of Best Film at the Milan International Film Festival.
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Do You Take This Man: An intimate group of friends and family gather at the home of two gay men to celebrate their nuptials. When the wedding hits a snag, this group helps the grooms to see that all marriages have their challenges, and love is just the start. Starring Anthony Rapp, Alyson Hannigan, Jonathan Bennett and Alona Tal.
Kuma Hina: A transgender Hawaiian teacher inspires a girl to lead the school’s male hula troupe. Exclusive to Here TV.
Waiting in the Wings: A theater actor is miscast as a stripper, and a stripper is hired to tap dance.
Garden of the Stars: An enchanted old cemetery in Berlin where the Grimm Brothers are buried. Bernd is the undertaker and focuses on the resting places of gay people and stillborn babies. In one of Europe’s most colorful cemetery, life is celebrated and all are welcome.
Gayvn Awards 2018: Since 1998, the GAYVN AWARDS SHOW has been held annually to honor outstanding achievements in the gay adult film industry. Much like the Oscars, it sets the standard for awards shows and has long been celebrated as the premiere event of its kind. Hosted by Shangela. This is an exclusive world premiere for Here TV.
Teen Monster: A smart but quirky high school student uses the brain of a criminal to bring a fellow classmate back to life when he is accidentally killed by some high school jocks. Starring Ryan Reynolds in one of his first acting roles. This is a Here Media original/exclusive title and we’re doing a special FreeView on Here TV’s Facebook Watch this coming Sunday, October 28 in celebration of Halloween.
Murder in Montrose: In 1991, Paul Broussard, a 27 year old gay man, was murdered on the streets of Houston, sparking a deafening outcry. Houston Public Media explores the aftermath of this pivotal event in the Emmy award-winning documentary.
Loggerheads: Revisit the classic Tim Kirkman film starring Bonnie Hunt, Chris Sarandon, Robin Weigert, Michael Kelly, Tess Harper and Kip Pardue. A handsome drifter makes a pilgrimage to the scenic coast of North Carolina to help save endangered sea turtles, a woman searches for the son she gave up for adoption as a teenager, and a small town minister’s wife longs for her estranged adopted son.
Chasing Pavement: Elijah Young is preparing to leave the adult entertainment industry and start a new career as a chef. His new roommate, Takeshi, is a Japanese immigrant who is looking for a new start in the information technology field. Starring Antonio Biaggi and Remy Mars.
Political Animals: Political Animals is a powerful, award winning documentary about four California lawmakers — all women — who took the fight for equality from the streets into the halls of government to create lasting social justice and equality.
Lilting: A young man of Chinese-Cambodian descent dies, leaving behind his isolated mother and his 4-year male lover, who grieve but don’t speak a lick of each other’s language. Starring Ben Whishaw (Cloud Atlas) and Pei-Pei Cheng (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon).
Kept Boy: Interior designer and reality show star Farleigh Knock has a knack for keeping beautiful things around his — like Dennis. So when Fairleigh gives him an ultimatum for his 30th birthday to get a job or get out, Dennis goes from Kept Boy to Lost Man.
Lazy Eye: When Dean, a graphic designer in Los Angeles, notices a sudden change in his vision, an ex-love from 15 years earlier contacts him unexpectedly in hopes of rekindling their relationship.
Quickies (202): This episode features “The Storm,” “The Mousetrap,” and “P.D”.
Bitemarks: Bickering gay couple Cary and Vogel hitch a ride with Brewster, a sexually confused trucker on his way to delivering a shipment of coffins, but the petty fights and sexual tension are soon interrupted by the five bloodthirsty vampires also on board.
Body Electric: Carefree Elias works at a textile factory, juggling long shifts, dreams of the sea, and animated nights out with no-strings sexual encounters. As he tries to discern where his future may lead him, Elias learns to take pleasure in the small things in life.
Discreet: After years in hiding and struggling to control his demons, an eccentric drifter returns home and discovers that his childhood abuser is still alive. Armed with this knowledge, the drifter plots his revenge, all the while navigating the perilous land of masculine fragility in modern-day America. Directed by Travis Mathews (Interior. Leather Bar.) Exclusive to Here TV.
Pitchfork: After coming out as gay, Hunter brings a group of NYC friends back to his family farm for a weekend break. They quickly learn that secrets can be deadly as they are stalked by a twisted and disturbed beast, Pitchfork. Exclusive to Here TV.
Underground: San Francisco (Part 1): Host Charlie Harding finds San Francisco locals to teach him the ins and outs of gay locations . . where to eat, shop, drink, dance and cruise.
Suicide Kale: Two couples enjoying a lunch date have their lives and relationships changed forever when an anonymous suicide note is discovered.
Quickies 201: Score a quick fix of the latest cutting edge LGBT short films with Here TV’s Quickies! This episode features “Just Past Noon on Tuesday” and “Neptune”.
Coming Out (Seasons 1 & 2): Explore the explosive lives, loves, and losses of an intermingled group of Montréalers as they negotiate acceptance, prejudice, and just how much they’re willing to risk in the pursuit of love and happiness.
The Revival: Eli begins preaching hoping to open the minds of the congregation, but his plans are derailed when he strikes up a relationship with a drifter. Tensions soon come to a head, leading to a revival that will shake this small town to its core.
Luv Don’t Live Here: Reggie “Luv” Hamilton is a gay black man whose life takes a 180-degree turn when he becomes severely ill and finds himself not just fighting for his health, but also unearthing harsh truths about his past and the relationships he holds dear.
30 Years from Here: In Honor of National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (September 27), we’re streaming the Here TV, Emmy-nominated original documentary for free on Facebook. This original hard hitting documentary examines the trials and tribulations the AIDS pandemic has created over the past 30 years. Activists, medical experts, and others who were on the ground in the early years share their stories from the war on AIDS. Featuring Larry Kramer, Terrence McNally, Whoopi Goldberg, David Drake and Jerry Mitchell.
Here TV is actively involved in the LGBT community and offers sponsorship to yearly events such as gay pride events and film festivals, as well as supporting a number of community organizations. In 2013, the service’s programming also became available on the YouTube paid channels.
The service debuted in 2002, and is available on all major cable systems, fiber optics systems, and Internet TV providers around the country as either a 24/7 premium subscription channel, a video on demand (VOD) service, and/or as a subscription, with video on demand (SVOD) service.
Last modified: November 16, 2018