Logo TV founder Matt Farber will premiere his new YouTube partner channel targeted specifically to an LGBT audience next month.

Gwist, which stands for TV with a Gay Twist, arrives on January 14.

The channel will feature weekly short-form series starring established LGBT talent and gay YouTube stars, according to its founders.

“An online video network is a natural next step in the evolution of gay media and entertainment,” Farber said in a statement. “The social media, on demand, and universal distribution aspects of online and mobile video are perfectly suited for niche programming. With broadcast and cable networks becoming more homogeneous in order to reach the broadest audience, and online video consumption reaching a critical mass, the time feels right for Gwist.”

The network has announced 10 series, which will be rolled out over the course of several months, including Gwissues, a panel discussion moderated by legendary PR kingpin Howard Bragman, and The Untitled Spousal Equivalent Game, a relationship game show hosted by comic Judy Gold.

Also on tap is a yet-to-be-titled scripted drama from noted lesbian filmmaker Tina Cesa Ward, the creator of the popular web series Anyone But Me.

(More info at Gwist.tv.)