I’ve written about the changing landscape of SVOD and indie film, and gone through some of my reasons for moving Peculiar away from Amazon and Youtube at my personal blog.
There aren’t a lot of comedies on Christian Cinema. Virtually no TV sitcoms. My show is both low budget and different in content. So it may not fit. Or it may be well received. Time will tell.
[EDIT: Christian Cinema has added a lot of kids content under the Comedy genre, lots of movies that are not specifically religious but are family friendly. So you have to scroll a bit to find Peculiar. Or just follow this LINK. ]
Peculiar is a Christian sitcom. It’s a 10 episode series produced on a micro budget in Central Florida a couple of years ago. Even now, it is still being broadcast in a few places, here in the US and around the world. But, because those channels and times vary all the time, the best place to watch the series is on Christian Cinema.
If you really want a DVD of the first 6 episodes, shoot me an email. I have just a few left. I’ll let you know how you can order one. Scott@scottlinkmedia.com
Network update! I can finally reveal that the new network for Peculiar is Parables TV. (http://parables.tv) The network is available on satellite and via streaming. There is a linear stream of shows and movies and VOD. Very soon you can stream episodes of Peculiar on demand to your computer, portable device or Roku. It’s on every Saturday!
I am happy to announce that I just signed an agreement to broadcast and stream episodes of Peculiar on another Christian network. More info to come, but wanted to share the news.
I am so proud of the work we did on this show. We haven’t made an episode since 2013, but people can still see the show on stations across America and online. This new outlet will allow even more people to watch a broadcast and stream on demand.
We had no money, and just a crazy idea that we could do it. The product of that work is still impacting people.
We need more shows on Christian TV. People are hungry for the content.
Once in a while when I am talking to people about how we made Peculiar happen I start getting incredulous looks. It is hard to believe that a group of volunteers could create 10 episodes of an award winning Christian sitcom. The story is fairly long. The whys and the hows are fairly interesting.