August Series Premieres with Laura Linney, RuPaul Stars, Music Out Loud, Miss Rosewood & More on Revry’s Pluto Channel 649!!

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This August, Revry will premiere “fabulous, star-studded” Original Series and Original Films live on its free Pluto Channel 649. Get ready for some exciting queer content!

On Sunday, August 18, 2019, at 7pm (PST)/10pm (EST), you’ll be able to binge on some of your favorite RuPaul Drag Race icons backstage and on tour in the fascinating new documentary film, The Queens, starring Alaska Thunderf*ck, Sharon Needles, Jinkx Monsoon and Katya!

The Revry Original documentary THE QUEENS chronicles over two years in the heels of four of the world’s most famous drag queens including RuPaul’s Drag Race winners Jinkx Monsoon and Sharon Needles, All-Stars 2 champion Alaska Thunderf*ck and season 7 and All-Stars 3 finalist Katya Zamolodchikova. From performing across world stages to winning (and losing) Drag Race or dealing with major tragedies, THE QUEENS lifts the lace front, giving insight into one of the most fascinating and popular artforms.

After that, you can “jump into the bizarre and titillating underground world” of Miss Rosewood at 9pm (PST)/12am (EST) about the legendary extreme performance artist and trans advocate.

Dare to know MISS ROSEWOOD in this Revry Original documentary. Self-appointed transgender-terrorist on the New York hardcore performance scene, a walking scandal on high heels, and the only woman in town with balls enough to empty a condom into the hair of superstar. There are no limits to this fearless Miss.

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Then on Sunday, August 25, 2019, at 5pm (PST)/8pm (EST), “step into the brave new worlds of seven young Generation Z heroes” in the inspiring documentary feature Room to Grow.

The critically acclaimed, heartwarming Revry Original youth documentary ROOM TO GROW chronicles the lives and stories of seven inspiring LGBTQ+ teens and families in cities across the country, offering an up-close and intimate glimpse into their daily lives as they endeavor to find identity and place in their communities. ROOM TO GROW shows just how important it is for LGBTQ+ teenagers to receive the support they need at home, at school, at church and in the world to reach their full potential. The Bridging Voices Queer Youth Chorus is a Portland singing group that provides a safe and supportive space for LGBTQ+ youth; and was the inspiration and catalyst for the documentary.

You can watch Oscar-nominated actress, Laura Linney in “the hysterical,” new dark comedy series Sink Sank Sunk at 7pm (PST)/10pm (EST) which is about an isolated young man who loses his mother but finds himself, love and community through synchronized swimming.

SINK SANK SUNK is a Revry Original Series that tells the story of Cooper; a young gay recluse with some unresolved mommy-issues. As Cooper journeys to complete his late-mother’s passion project (a documentary about her synchronized swimming team) he ventures into the unfamiliar waters of community, empathy, and romantic love. SINK SANK SUNK is a tender and playful meditation on being a part of something bigger than yourself.

Also, “turn up the beats” every Saturday night at 7pm (PST)/10pm(EST) in August with a new episode of the Revry Original Series Music Out Loud featuring “diverse genres of dazzling music videos by the most talented queer indie music artists today…a feast for the senses.”

Revry Original Series MUSIC OUT LOUD brings you the latest and greatest in queer music videos! From RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE alum Pandora Boxx to VANDERPUMP RULES’ Jesse Møntana, or LatinX dynamo Enrique Jesus Hernandez and trans artist Mila Jam to Aina Brei’yon and Chester Lockhart…all genres and diversities from around the world are represented in this soulful, rockin’ powerhouse line up of today’s queer artists.

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All showings will have encore viewings and will be available on thereafter.

Which queer shows are you most excited about? Let us know.

Author: Farid-ul-Haq

Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.

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