Much of the original programming available through Verizon’s Go90 is bite-sized in nature, but the platform’s latest offering takes time to delve into the subjects at hand. The show is called American Down Low, and it is an examination of the many niche subcultures that can be found all across America.
Each episode of American Down Low finds a new community and profiles the major figures who are part of it. The first episode, for example, travels to a secret North Carolina farm where MMA fighters train, while the second focuses on a group of longboarders in the Austin area. Each installment is approximately 45 minutes in length, making American Down Low one of the most thorough projects that can be found on Go90.
Here is a teaser for the show, available through the Go90 website.
American Down Low is produced by Complex Networks, which has worked closely with Go90 in order to bring its programming slate to fruition. More episodes of the show are on the way, and if you’re curious to see which other subcultures Complex shines light on next, you can download the Go90 app, which is available on both iOS and Android devices.