Above: Seth Daniel (Daniel) in “Feral” | photo by Breezy Lucia
(New York, NY) November 18, 2016–Streaming service Dekkoo‘s original gay drama “Feral” (described as like HBO’s “Looking” or “Girls,” but set in Memphis, TN) is a hit with the media, as well as viewers. Press in the U.S. as well as U.K praised the series. Subscriptions to the gay-oriented service jumped 30% following its launch.
As announced in a recent feature on IndieWire–the leading website for indie film fan and filmmakers–Dekkoo has given creator, writer and director Morgan Jon Fox the green light for a second season of “Feral.” If you’ve yet to check out “Feral,” the trailer’s below. Watch it on Dekkoo.com (first 14 days are free).
“an authentic queer drama” – OUT
“passionate portrayal of young, gay people struggling to find love and meaning in a confusing world.” – Memphis Flyer
“vulnerable and brave.”– Edge Media Network
“We found ourselves binging over two days without a single regret.” – He Said Magazine
“‘Feral’ is a show worth watching by any standards…visually beautiful.” – Popmatters
“Feral is a gripping drama that leaves no stone unturned…paired with a cracking soundtrack.”– The Queerness
“It might sound like a paradox but what ultimately sets ‘Feral’ apart from ‘Looking’ is also perhaps its greatest similarity. Namely, its authentic sense of place.” – Queerish
For the full “Feral” press release, click here.