Above: The Season 1 trailer for “Feral,” Dekkoo’s hit original drama.

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PRESS RELEASES / NEWS

12.08.16: John Waters’ Pick “Like Cattle Towards Glow” only on Dekoo.com
12.01.16: “Steam Room Stories Volume 2” Now on Dekkoo
11.18.16: Original Series “FERAL” a Hit, Gets Season 2
09.07.16: “Feral” Celebrates Release, Memphis Screening Event
08.30.16: Gay-Centric Dekkoo TV Acquires Gay Film “Beautiful Something”
08.04.16: New Drama FERAL Embraces Gay Life & Love In the Bible Belt

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Dekkoo_logo_900px_72dpiDekkoo (pronounced “DECK-koo”) is the premiere subscription-based streaming service dedicated to gay men. It provides the largest streaming collection of gay-centric entertainment available boasting a larger selection than Netflix or Amazon Video. Dekkoo is available via iTunes, Google Play, AppleTV and Roku.

Feral” an 8 episode dramatic series about a group of queer 20-something friends navigating love and loss in Memphis, TN, marks Dekkoo’s first foray into original programming. Up next and making it’s debut on Valentine’s Day 2017, is “Love is Blind,” a brand-new, original gay dating reality show. Each episode introduces two sexy gay singles, both looking for love, and sends them on a zany, unpredictable, and totally blind first date–and takes the viewers along on the ride.

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PRESS

“Feral” Press

“an authentic queer drama” – Michael Lambert, OUT.com

“passionate portrayal of young, gay people struggling to find love and meaning in a confusing world. – Memphis Flyer)

“vulnerable and brave.”– EdgeMediaNetwork

“we found ourselves binging over two days without a single regret.” – He Said Magazine

Feral is a show worth watching by any standards. It’s visually beautiful, and it treats its themes with a kind of care and investment that’s often lacking in genre TV. It’s also an example of what indie filmmakers and showrunners are capable of making with the right kind of institutional support, and for that I think it deserves our careful—and sustained—attention. – Popmatters

Big Gay Picture Show | 10/11/16
Daily News San Francisco
| 10/11/16
EdgeMediaNetwork | 10/6/16
Fop Magazine | 9/8/16
Focus Magazine | 10/4/16
Focus Magazine | 11/18/16
Gay Star News | 10/6/16
Gay Star News | 10/11/16
Gay Sonoma | 10/6/16
Georgia Voice | 9/23/16
He Said Magazine | 10/6/16
Hotspots | | print | 10/13/16 | Florida
Huffington Post | forthcoming
IndieWire | 11/16/16
Mark’s List Magazine | 10/13/16 | Florida
LGBTSr | 10/6/16
LGBT Weekly | 10/6/16
LGBT Weekly | 11/29/16
Love and Pride | 10/6/16
Memphis Flyer | 10/6/16
NewNowNext | 9/22/16
OUT.com | 9/22/16
OUTSpoken Radio | 10/2/16 podcast
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Philadelphia Gay News | 9/22/16
Popmatters | 10/11/16
Queerish | 10/21/16 | UK
Queerty | 10/6/16
Randy Report | 9/12/16

The Commercial Appeal | 9/30/16
The Newsgayper | 8/13/16
The Queerness | 10/14/16 | review
The Queerness | 10/14/16 | interview
The Talk House | 8/30/16
Vital Voice | 8/12/16

Washington Blade | 9/16/2016
Windy City Times | 9/8/16