Monday, November 11, 2013

New Television Network Selects "I Thought It Was Forever"

“All sorts of things go through your mind and you start thinking about your husband doing things with men and then coming home and touching you,” says Joy, a woman featured in “I Thought It Was Forever.”
 Joy and six other people give a real life, candid and bold reality to an issue that is often trivialized or broad-brushed in traditional news stories or Hollywood films. What would someone really do, if they found out their spouse was secretly gay? “I Thought It Was Forever” answers that question and many more through the hearts, heartache and healing of everyone in the film.

“I told her three years into the marriage, I was gay and I needed to do something with those feelings,” says Marc. His marriage to his high school sweetheart unraveled, after 16 years and four children.
“I Thought It Was Forever” airs on the Soul of the South Television Network in select cities at 10:30 p.m., CT, 11:30 p.m., ET, Saturday, Nov. 16 and Sunday, Nov. 17. The network, based in Arkansas, launched in May and airs primarily in the South with a focus on diverse programming reflective of universal lifestyles.
Here is a list of Soul of the South Television Channels from New York to Louisiana, where you can see "I Thought It Was Forever;"
Alexandria, LA

KBCA-DT 41.3

Baton Rouge, LA

WLFT-DT 30.4

Chicago, IL

WOCK-LD – 13.5
Comcast – 390

Dallas, TX

KODF-LD – 26.2
KHPK-LD – 28.4
KATA-CD – 50.1
Charter – 93

Lafayette, LA

KXKW-LP – 32.1
KLWB-DT – 50.3

Little Rock, AR

KMYA-DT – 49.2
KKYK-CD – 30.1

New York, NY

WKOB-LD – 42.1

Philadelphia, PA

WTVE-DT – 51.2
Comcast – 288

Tallahassee-Thomasville, FL

WFXU-DT – 48.1

Dayton, OH

WRCX-LP – 40.1

Time Warner – 22

Please send the network a message regarding the film.
In October, “I Thought It Was Forever,” was nominated for best documentary at the Reel Independent Film Extravaganza in Washington, D.C.  Additionally, the film has been submitted to numerous film festivals for the 2014 festival cycle.
To find out more about “I Thought It Was Forever,” visit to view the trailer. You can see production stills and meet the crew and cast at
“I Thought It Was Forever” is a Southern Belle Productions film. The company prides itself on creative content about ordinary people facing extraordinary odds.