OUTtv greenlights four original series

Avocado Toast
The LGBTQ+ network also named six returning titles, including docuseries Pride and the previously announced Avocado Toast.

Vancouver-based LGBTQ+ specialty network OUTtv has commissioned four new original series and renewed six titles for its linear channel and streaming platforms.

Among the newly greenlit titles is Sew Fierce, produced by Knock Knock Ghost prodco Sonic Nursery, an 8 x 60-minute competition series where designers compete in weekly challenges around the craft of drag.

The second Canadian greenlight is Sugar Highs, a 6 x 30-minute comedy series from Emotion Pictures (Cam Boy) about three men in their 20s who vie to find sugar daddies to get out of working for a living.

The other two original series order come from U.S. agency and prodco Producers Entertainment Group (PEG): comedy series Dr. Jackie (6 x 30 minutes) starring RuPaul’s Drag Race alums Peppermint, Jiggly Caliente, Sonique Love, and Carmen Carrera in a weekly talk show about various topics related to the transgender community; and Behind The Drag Queen of the Year Pageant Competition Award Contest Competition (6 x 30 minutes), a reality series that gives a behind-the-scenes look at pageants as real-life drag queens compete for the crown and a cash prize.

Among the returning series is a third season of the docuseries Pride (6 x 30 minutes) from Canadian producer Mark Kenneth Woods, which visits Pride celebrations around the world to learn LGBTQ+ history, and the previously announced second season of Avocado Toast (10 x 15 minutes; pictured), produced by Toronto’s Border2Border Entertainment.

Rounding out the returning titles are the comedy The Sherry Vine Variety Show (6 x 30 minutes; PEG), and reality series Camp Wannakiki (9 x 44 minutes; Sugarbaker Productions), Translation (3 x 30 minutes; PEG) The Villbergs Chronicles (6 x 30 minutes; The Villbergs Productions) and Iconic Justice (6 x 30 minutes; DaddyTV).