Chantelle: Psychic P.D – Night Division Revry Series Highlight from @kleffnotes

New to Revry.TV, Chantelle Psychic P.D- Night Division is a curious comedy revolving around the title series. This mockumentary style show combines clips of the show, behind the scenes moments, and cast interviews. While it feels like a truly pulled from the 80s program this recently made series is a perfect watch for British tv fans.

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#ClexaCon Belated Panel Catchup from @kleffnotes

While yes, ClexaCon Virtual 2021 was last weekend I found myself having to play a lot of catch-up for coverage. When the convention has been in person I would typically live tweet panels and then just do a large wrap-up article when I returned from Las Vegas. This year was the first time I covered the convention virtually and I only had a chance to catch one panel on time. This weekend I planned to do a major watch session to get caught up. Now I did already do a write-up in detail of the panel I did attend so this article is more a synopsis of multiple panels I watched in a row. Check out my thoughts on a bit of ClexaCon weekend in case you weren’t able to tune in.

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86’d Series Highlight from @kleffnotes

86’d is a new Brooklyn-based comedy series that released this week. Alexandra Spieth, from [Blank] My Life, has crafted a new mini-series that blurs the lines between morality and what can benefit you personally. The six episode series has been released in full as of March 15th on BRIC TV and is a delightful watch.

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The Bi Line: Slo Pitch Review from @kleffnotes

After much anticipation and what felt like an eternity of waiting, Slo Pitch finally came out on KindaTV. Now I do know some people could watch the series before it released on this YouTube channel, but because I live in the United States I had to wait. For those who haven’t heard of this series it is a queer comedy focused on a softball team. The series was created by J Stevens, Gwenlyn Cumyn, and Karen Knox, the former two I had the pleasure of interviewing for another series they were a part of Barbelle. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Slo Pitch Review from @kleffnotes”

Life is Easy Revry Review from @kleffnotes

Life is Easy is a body swap comedy from New Zealand that just became available last week on Revry, the LGBTQ+ Network. This online source for content had their premiere of the original series on July 19th. With a multi-cultural cast and created in New Zealand, this very bingeable Freaky Friday-esque series is ready to watch right now with a Revry Premium account. Continue reading “Life is Easy Revry Review from @kleffnotes”

Here TV Celebrates Pride Month Press Release from @kleffnotes

Los Angeles, CA. Here TV, America’s first and largest LGBTQ+ video channel, is celebrating Pride Month 2020 with an exclusive selection of LGBTQ+ programming, documentaries and films available at: Social justice is at the forefront of everyone’s mind and Here TV wants to … Continue reading Here TV Celebrates Pride Month Press Release from @kleffnotes