In time for June's Pride Month, Samsung and Roku are launching Revry, the first LGBTQ-focused streaming network. Debuting with a library of hundreds of movies, shows and podcasts, as well as live news, Revry will be available on Samsung TV Plus, which comes standard on all Samsung Smart TVs made since 2016. It will also be available as one of the feeds on the Roku Channel, and can be found on Xfinity's X1 service, XUMO TV, STIRR and TiVo+. A press release notes that's up 225 million households who will have access.
Featured titles include the award-winning documentary series The Category Is, about Mexico City's underground ball scene; the second season of reality series Putting On, following Israeli fashion designer On Mekahel; and the original limited dramedy series Sink Sank Sunk, starring Laura Linney.
Revry offers a free tier to all viewers, with a limited library and ads. There's also a premium tier, which provides full access and no ads. That's currently available for $6.99 a month, or $60 a year.