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OUTtv bolsters factual slate with two commissions

Canadian LGBTQ+ network OUTtv has commissioned two unscripted series, including one that follows men who enter Canada’s first-ever drag class. Anchoring OUTtv’s new programming slate is Border2Border Entertainment’s 5 x 30-minute ...
August 30, 2018

Canadian LGBTQ+ network OUTtv has commissioned two unscripted series, including one that follows men who enter Canada’s first-ever drag class.

Anchoring OUTtv’s new programming slate is Border2Border Entertainment’s 5 x 30-minute docuseries Drag Heals, which follows men who have always wanted to perform drag as they enter into Canada’s first-ever drag class. These queens tackle personal issues like gender identity, mental illness, heartbreak and feminism to better understand themselves and their queer experience in an otherwise straight world.

Drag Heals is directed by Charlie David and Nico Stagias. The series is produced by Charlie David with Philip Webb and Brad Danks as executive producers. The series will premiere this fall.

Finally, Dr. Barry (6 x 30 minutes) from Arcadia Content is a docuseries that follows out veterinarian Dr. Barry MacEachern as he deals with the challenges that come along with opening his own clinic. Dr. Barry is produced by David Perlmutter and will air spring 2019.

In other news, OUTtv has ordered a fourth season of Mom vs. Matchmaker from Go Button Media, a second season of Never Apart from Never Apart TV, and a new season of Popcorn from Border2Border Entertainment.

About The Author
Selina Chignall joins the realscreen team as a staff writer. Prior to working with rs, she covered lobbying activity at Hill Times Publishing. She also spent a year covering the Hill as a journalist with iPolitics. Her beat focused on youth, education, democratic reform, innovation and infrastructure. She holds a Master of Arts in Journalism from Western University and a Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto.

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