Just in time for summer, UMC- Urban Movie Channel, a premium subscription-based video streaming service exclusive to RLJ Entertainment (NASDAQ: RLJE) created by Robert L. Johnson, Chairman of RLJ Entertainment and founder of Black Entertainment Television (BET) will launch “Fall Out Fridays” starting July 3, 2015 and running all summer long through the end of September. The comedy line-up will include stand-up, movies, and TV series available commercial-free and streaming on-demand for an introductory monthly rate of $2.99. The exclusive urban streaming channel is available to entertainment seekers free for 14 days at www.urbanmoviechannel.com.
Urban Movie Channel is the first urban focused digital streaming channel devoted to the acquisition of feature films, comedy specials, stage plays, documentaries, music, and entertainment for the African American and urban audiences. Access to the impressive on-demand streaming library is available with online from mobile devices, and on the Roku platform.
“Fall Out Fridays” will include Martin Lawrence Presents: 1st Amendment Stand Up series as seen on STARZ, the never-before-seen sitcom ‘Things We Do For Love’ directed by and starring Alfonso Ribeiro (The Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Dancing with the Stars) and Tamera Mowry (Sister, Sister and The Real Talk Show); Gary Owen’s hilarious stand-up special ‘I Agree With Myself’ as seen on Showtime, and the Comedy Underground Series featuring Tony Rock, Lunelle, and Freddie Ricks, and including two all-new volumes featuring Flex Alexander as host. UMC plans to keep you falling out with laughter with stand-up comedy specials featuring Kevin Hart, Wanda Sykes, Jamie Foxx, DL Hughley, Charlie Murphy, TK Kirkland, and many more. Comedy films include: ‘Mac & Devin Go To High School’ (starring Snoop, Wiz Khalifa and Mike Epps), ‘Ganked’ (starring Kel Mitchell), ‘Laughing to the Bank’ and even comedy documentaries such as: ‘Phunny Business and I Ain’t Scared of You: A Tribute to Bernie Mac’.
Sign-up today for your free 14-day trial offer at www.UrbanMovieChannel.com and to check out UMC trailers and clips.