Logo has officially launched its PlutoTV channel, giving the cable television-less masses exactly what they want: 24-7 queer programming.
The new collaboration, part of Viacom’s acquisition of PlutoTV earlier this year, means Logo lovers can now tap into the network’s extensive reservoir of fan-favorite scripted shows, docuseries, and films via PlutoTV’s “Live TV” tab.
Queer programming—think the classic ’90s lesbian flick But I’m a Cheerleader starring Natasha Lyonne and Clea DuVall, or the groundbreaking Showtime series Queer as Folk—comprises the majority of the slate.
Logo originals, like the RuPaul’s Drag Race commentary series RuVealed or The Big Gay Sketch Show, on which out actress and Saturday Night Live star Kate McKinnon got her start, are on the schedule, too.
PlutoTV is the leading free streaming television service in America, delivering more than 100 live and original channels and thousands of on-demand movies in partnership with major TV networks, studios, publishers, and digital media companies. The service is available on mobile devices, web browsers, and connected TV-streaming devices.
To learn more about the service and Logo’s PlutoTV channel, visit PlutoTV’s website.