The catalog for Victory Productions Network continues to expand with not only its films but now its series as three of the most popular shows within the network can now be seen on a bigger platform.
In partnership with Homestead Entertainment, Peace Be Steel, BrothAhood, and My Life are now available on Tubi. All three shows became available on FOX's streaming service Friday, June 10th. Audiences can now enjoy the first season of each series for free on the platform.
"This is an exciting time for VPN," says Karlton T. Clay, CEO of Victory Productions and Showrunner for all three shows, "and I am hoping that moving to this bigger platform will help put more eyes not just on the work we've put so much time in but also on the actors and actresses who have put their hearts and souls into these characters."
"Peace Be Steel" focuses on the Steel family as they deal with the trials and turmoil of running their multi-million dollar conglomerate Steel Publications after the patriarch's death. Season 1 stars Nelson J. Davis, Jamarious McCullough, Kiara C. Bennett, Kass Miller, Tyrice Lollis, Imari Reynolds, Amber Barnes, Karina Chery, and Kineh N’Gaojia.
"BrothAhood" is the story of several men and how being interconnected with one another either helps or hinders them down the road of life and their personal traumas. Season 1 stars Courtney Gray, Donald Ross, Jr. , Kelvin Rowe, Carlos Hall, Joseph McGary, Reggie Freeman, and Joshua T. Shipman.
"My Life" tells the story of Kevin Mitchell, who struggles with living a double life and must come to terms with who he really is as he continues the journey of his life." Season 1 stars Gary LaVard, MarQues Woolford, and Kiara C. Bennett with Keena Buoy, Patrick Lamont, Jr., Lakeisha Sherron, and Jesse Bingham.
The other seasons will be added at a later date, but for now, all seasons are available at thevpntv.com and on Vimeo On Demand.