BOCA RATON, FL (June 21, 2022) – Joshua K. Carpenter, Head of Global Acquisition & Sales of Green Apple Entertainment announced today the licensing of 27 new non-exclusive titles with MyTime Movie Network, a free female-focused streaming linear channel that is available in 19 countries and 12 platforms, including Roku, Samsung, Rakuten, Free Cast, CanelaTV, SlingTV, Xiaomi, LG, TCO, Prende TV, Xumo, & Vizio, dedicated to celebrating and entertaining women offering its audience instant access to female-led movies, series, and lifestyle content.

“We are excited to partner with Green Apple Entertainment and license their diverse, quality female-focused programming.” said Adam Champ, VP Acquisitions of MyTime Movie Network. “MyTime Movie Network offers an unparalleled library of curated content catering to women of all ages, and we believe our audience will enjoy this offering across a number of the leading international OTT platforms.”

Carpenter stated:As we continue to grow and diversify our footprint into the global linear & OTT space, we are pleased to partner with niche and focused audiences such as MyTime Movie Network. They offer their female-focused audience quality content, and our content is an excellent addition to be enjoyed and shared.

The 27 titles include 11 TV-movies as Showtime-premiered “Like Sunday, Like Rain” (2-Time Teen Choice Award winner Leighton Meester, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong, 9-Time Golden Globe nominee & Emmy Award winner Debra Messing), Hallmark Original & LMN-aired mystery thriller “Citizen Jane” (Ally Sheedy, Grammy Award winner Meat Loaf Aday, Daytime Emmy Award winner Sean Patrick Flanery, Nia Peeples), STARZ-premiered “Bed & Breakfast” (Dean Cain, Juliana Paes, Bill Engvall) by acclaimed producer Theodore Melfi, UPtv-premiered movies “Susie’s Hope” (Emmanuelle Vaugier, Burgess Jenkins, John Provost) and “On Angel’s Wings” (Robin Givens, Reginald VelJohnson, Bill Cobbs, Taylor Faye Ruffin), GMC-premiered (now UPtv) “Like a Country Song” (Grammy Award winner Billy Ray Cyrus, Joel Smallbone, Booboo Stewart, Jennifer Taylor, Fivel Stewart, Madelyn Deutch, Gregory Allan Williams), Escape-aired (now Court TV) “Mulberry Stains” (Tricia Jo Hoffman, Joey Lauren Adams), NBCUniversal’s Cozi TV-aired “Miracle on Christmas” (Erin Bethea, Jason Burkey, Brett Varvel), and Ovation TV-aired movies “A Remarkable Life” (Marie Avgeropoulos, Daphne Zuniga), “Pursuit of Love” (Sean Faris, Grace Huang, Will Yun Lee, Terence Yin), “Love Again” (Kevin Sorbo, 2-Time Golden Globe winner Shelley Long). 

Additional star-powered titles include the theatrically released civil war drama “War Flowers” (Golden Globe & Emmy nominee Christina Ricci, Golden Globe winner Tom Berenger, Jason Gedrick), theatrically released crime drama “Stone of Destiny” (Charlie Cox, Primetime Emmy nominee Kate Mara, 3-time BAFTA Awards winners Robert Carlyle & Peter Mullan, Academy Award winner Brenda Fricker), star-studded comedy “Hollywood & Wine” (David Spade, Chris Kattan, Nicky Whelan, Pamela Anderson, Chazz Palminteri, Norm MacDonald, Vivica Fox, Jeremy London, Chris Parnell, Kevin Farley), rom-com “Beauty and the Least” (Mischa Barton, Ben Banks, Primetime nominee Melora Hardin), crime comedy “The Whole Truth” (Elisabeth Röhm, Daytime Emmy winner Sean Patrick Flanery, 3-Time Golden Globe & Academy Award nominee Eric Roberts), music-driven drama “A Winter Rose – Director’s Cut” (Paul Sorvino, Theresa Russell, Kimberly Whalen, Billy Zane, Taryn Manning, Robert Miano, Edward Furlong, Golden Globe nominee George Lazenby), sports rom-com “2nd Serve” (Josh Hopkins, Teen Choice Awards winner Cameron Monaghan, Alexie Gilmore, Dash Mihok, Billy Magnussen), romantic drama “Driving by Braille” (Daytime Emmy nominee Tammin Sursok, Ryan Eggold, 2-Time Golden Globe nominee Steven Bauer, Daytime Emmy winner Finola Hughes, Manu Intiraymi, Golden Globe nominee Andrea Marcovicci), drama “Aberrant” (Jack Quaid, Kristoffer Polaha, Justine Magnusson), black faith-based drama “Bad Girl” (Darrin Henson, Ajiona Alexus, Chrystee Pharris, Gregory Alan Williams), kid’s comedy “JK’s House” (Robin Givens, Jakayla Lawrence, Taylor Faye Ruffin), and romance drama “Single & Sexy” (Kevin Sorbo, Haley Webb).

Other titles include teen romance “Emerson Heights”, erotic drama “Discreet, adventure drama “I Am That” and sisterhood drama “In the Moon’s Shadow”.


About MyTime Movie Network:

MyTime Movie Network is a free streaming channel dedicated to celebrating and entertaining women offering its audience instant access to female-led movies, series and lifestyle content From heart-stopping thrillers, date night romantic comedies or cheerful holiday films to women’s sports documentaries and top model reality shows. For more information, go to

About Green Apple Entertainment:

Green Apple Entertainment – We Help Local Filmmakers Reach a Global Audience – Many filmmakers struggle to make their content stand out in the crowded marketplace and be seen. For over 16 years we have helped release over 400+ films to be discovered domestically and internationally through limited theatricals, television networks, physical home entertainment, and streaming platforms.

Your Team to Help Your Film Be Seen in the Marketplace – Founded in 2005 by 35+ year industry veteran Tim Warren, a former executive of Lyrick Studios, MGM Studios, and Lionsgate our team operates from two locations — sales and distribution at 123 NW 13th St. Suite #225, Boca Raton, Florida 33432 USA, also our production division and post-house at 10945 Reed Hartman Hwy, Suite 104, Blue Ash, OH 45242.

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