Dante's CoveOctober 7, 2005
Dante's Cove combines elements of the horror and soap opera genres in telling the story of Kevin and Toby, a young couple seeking to be together and overcome the dark mystical forces that conspire to separate them. The show debuted in 2005 to a mixed critical reception. The third and ultimately final season ended on December 21, 2007. Although an announcement was made regarding a fourth season, no fourth season was made.
The LairJune 1, 2007
The Lair is an American gay-themed vampire television series produced by here! in 2007. The first season, consisting of six episodes, wrapped production in January of that year. The first two episodes premiered on June 1, 2007. Season 2, consisting of 9 episodes debuted on September 5, 2008. A third season of 13 episodes was announced in September 2008 and Colton Ford confirmed that filming took place in October and November 2008. Season 3 premiered September 4, 2009. All three seasons also currently air online at Gay.com.
Broke Straight BoysApril 27, 2014
A reality-based docu-series that explores the world of “Gay for Pay,” a term used to describe when straight men do gay porn for money.
SwellSeptember 23, 2017
The everyday lives of five men living together on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. Unbeknownst to one another, each of them is living some aspect of his life on the DL.
Falling for AngelsDecember 1, 2017
In this riveting anthology series, modern-day relationships are explored through the lens of each distinct neighborhood in Los Angeles including Silver Lake, Bel Air, Leimert Park, Boyle Heights, Koreatown, and Malibu.
The DL ChroniclesMay 4, 2007
The DL Chronicles is a series of short stories about men of color who lead double sex lives. Episode; Wes introduces us to Wes Thomas, an upwardly mobile real estate banker who is overwhelmed by the demands of his marriage, career, and closeted attraction to men. When Wes' sexy but ambivalent brother- in-law stops in for an unexpected stay, he is directly faced with temptation and ultimately falls for the forbidden fruit.
From Here on OUTFebruary 28, 2014
A gay writer makes a low budget gay spy movie, with lots of laughs along the way.
She’s Living for This is an American television comedy and variety series created by Keith Levy and Josh Rosenzweig. The show currently airs on LGBT cable network here!. The series stars drag performer Sherry Vine. The series premiered on February 24, 2012.
here! produced six episodes for season one. The network announced a second season of the show to begin production in the summer 2012 for a fall 2012 premiere.
In 2012 it was announced that episodes of She's Living for This would be made available on online video service Hulu.
For & Against is an American talk show hosted by Jim Morrison that currently airs on the LGBT channel here!. Each episode features Morrison discussing issues that affect the LGBT community. Morrison also interviews policymakers and pundits spanning the political landscape. The show provides news and headlines from an LGBT perspective. For & Against premiered on January 6, 2012.
here! is producing 24 episodes for season one.
In 2012 it was announced that episodes of For & Against will be made available on online video service Hulu.
Just Josh is an American talk show hosted by television personality, writer, and director Josh Rosenzweig. Filmed on location throughout New York City, Rosenzweig conducts celebrity interviews, visits premiere VIP events, and discusses all things pop culture. The show premiered on LGBT-targeted network here! on January 28, 2011.
here! produced 19 episodes for season one, and has begun production on the show's second season.
In 2012 it was announced that episodes of Just Josh will be made available on online video service Hulu.
John Waters Presents Movies That Will Corrupt You is a film anthology series produced by the LGBT-interest network here! in 2006. Shot on location in the Baltimore, Maryland home of director John Waters, each film is introduced by him and includes closing comments as well.
The Ben and Dave Show is an interactive podcast and television series on the LGBT-themed here! television network. The podcast debuted online at heretv.com in October 2007. The televised version of the show premiered on here! on March 14, 2008. The podcast and the series are hosted by radio personality Ben Harvey and comedian Dave Rubin. The Ben and Dave Show features commentary from the pair on a variety of topics and interview segments.
Shortly after the television debut, The Ben and Dave Show podcasts disappeared from the here! website. Following the show's cancellation, Harvey and Rubin continued podcasting, under the new title The Six Pack.