Forbidden Fruits Films, LFP Broadcasting Launch New Cable Channel
VALENCIA, Calif. — Forbidden Fruits Films announced today its first foray into cable broadcast, with its own channel offering taboo-themed titles launching on April 16.
The channel, named "Forbidden Fruits," will be available from LFP Broadcasting, LLC. The creators of Hustler TV are selling Forbidden Fruits to all current and future affiliates as a VOD service, building on the popularity and success of their stepfamily and taboo content in recent years.
"We are incredibly excited to be the face of this huge genre," said Jodi West, President of Forbidden Fruits Films. "The huge resurgence of the taboo market in the last couple of years has made it one of the top selling and top searched in the adult arena."
“We’re delighted to add Forbidden Fruits to our content portfolio,” said Michael Klein, LFP Broadcasting president. “We think it’s an offering that will attract a legion of fans.”
Beginning April 16, cable and satellite viewers may contact their service provider to find out how to access Forbidden Fruits on VOD. New movies will be added weekly to the VOD service.
The companies noted that channels from LFP Broadcasting, like Hustler TV, Girlfriends Films, TEN and Juicy, are carried by cable and satellite programming providers around the U.S. and may be seen in more than 55 countries around the world. Forbidden Fruits will be marketed to all of those territories.