Electric Now App To Carry ‘The Outpost’ And ‘Almost Paradise’

Arthur Acuña and Christian Kane in "Almost Paradise" (Electric Entertainment)
Los Angeles based production and distribution company Electric Entertainment, led by Dean Devlin, has launched the Electric Now App. The linear and on-demand streaming video channel will feature all of the company’s feature films and television series, including The Outpost and the freshman program Almost Paradise.

Electric Surge, the compnay’s podcast network, will also be featured on the app and new digital content will be released each week. Headed up by Electric Entertainment and writer/producer Mark A. Altman (Pandora, Castle), Electric Surge’s lineup includes Inglorious Treksperts, The 4:30 Movie, Best Movies Never Made, and The Rebel & The Rogue.

Along with Electric Entertainment’s feature films and the aforementioned shows, the Electric Now app wll also feature the beloved shows Leverage and The Librarians.

Samantha Richelle and Christian Kane in “Almost Paradise” (Electric Entertainment)

“For a long time, we have wanted to create a hub where we could aggregate all our various fan bases from Leverage, The Librarians, Almost Paradise and all of our podcast subscribers into a single space. This will be a one stop shop to find all the content we make and distribute. Unlike larger studios, we have been fortunate to have nurtured a direct relationship with our audience through social media, personal appearances and electronic communication. This app gives us a central platform to show them how much we enjoy and treature that relationship.”

Most of the app’s content will be free with support from advertising. Viewers will also have the option to purchase programs without commercial interruption.