On July 21, gay streaming service Dekkoo will release “Stray”, a bromantic comedy series in which Jay, a brash gay dude, and Rich, a nerdy straight guy, talk sex and relationships while reconnecting in New York City years after college.
Dekkoo’s original dramatic series “Feral” (like “Looking” or “Girls” but set in the Bible Belt) is up for a Queerty Award* for “Best Web Series.”
Today (Wednesday June 21), gay streaming service Dekkoo will release the final four episodes of their eight-episode original dramedy, "I'm Fine". This is the last four episodes of Season 1, Season 2 is already in pre-production and will debut in January, 2018.
Dekkoo's has released lot of new great content to their service that you can enjoy right now.
Sometimes it's good to kick back and watch some classics after hard week work and here are some great suggestions.
Cute, 20-something Nate isn't hurting for dates. Even his best friend Jeff confesses his feelings in a moment of drunken vulnerability. Nate, though, is still hopelessly obsessed with his ex-boyfriend Joey.
Michael Saul Productions has opened The Daydreamer's Notebook after a lifetime of filming.
Since 2010, producer/director J.C. Calciano has been creating "Steam Room Stories," a sketch comedy series following gay men at their most candid and confessional while relaxing in the gym sauna.
On Tuesday, it's Valentine's Day - and Dekkoo are the perfect date for good time romance and I've put together a Dekkoo Valentines Guide.
Gay streaming platform Dekkoo has acquired North American, UK and French DVD and VOD distribution rights to Nils-Erik Ekblom’s young adult drama “Screwed” ("Pihalla").