Here at Shout! Factory, we love taking part in special live streaming events, from bringing back the MST3K Turkey Day Marathon to broadcasting live from convention floors. Here is a running list of all the live streams we've done in the past.
MST3K Turkey Day Marathon (November 2014)
After the smashing success of our 2013 revival of the Mystery Science Theater 3000 Turkey Day Marathon, we couldn't help but want to do it again. We streamed the event from the brand new official MST3K YouTube Channel and once again featured new intros by Joel, this time accompanied by his robot pals Crow and Tom Servo. Once again, we proudly took part in a beloved tradition in the homes of thousands of MST3K fans around the country.
Pee-wee's Playhouse (October 2014)
To show off our beautifully remastered, high-definition footage of Pee-wee's Playhouse, we streamed four complete episodes plus a bonus feature discussing the remastering process on October 18, 2014.
Power Morphicon (August 2014)
In August 2014, we broadcast live from Power Morphicon where we interviewed fans and ran an awesome trivia contest. Watch the entire epic (nearly five hours) event above!
Summer Of Fear (June 2014)
In our most sinister stream yet, we hosted Scream Factory movie nights on three Fridays in June 2014. Featuring brand new interviews with horror legends John Carpenter, Kevin Tenney and more, we live-streamed Night Of The Demons, Witchboard and Assault On Precinct 13 as part of our Summer Of Fear celebration.
Transformers: 30 Years In 3 Days (June 2014)
Celebrating 30 years of Transformers, we broadcast interviews, panel highlights and more live from the Botcon convention in June 2014. These segments were accompanied by full-length episodes from many of Transformers' greatest series plus DVD bonus material, filling out an action-packed long weekend for Transformers fans.
MST3K Turkey Day Marathon (November 2013)
Bringing back the most beloved Thanksgiving tradition since marshmallow-topped sweet potatoes, we resurrected the MST3K Turkey Day Marathon in 2013 to much success. Complete with new intros by creator Joel Hodgson, thousands of fans tuned in to reclaim some holiday nostalgia and bond with fellow MSTies over six full-length episodes.