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|Logo Greenlights 2 Series, Renews 3; Including Flagship 'RuPaul's Drag Race|
|Topic Started: Apr 18 2011, 08:39 PM (228 Views)|
|Nubia||Apr 18 2011, 08:39 PM Post #1|
Logo Greenlights 2 Series, Renews 3, Including Flagship 'RuPaul's Drag Race'
By NELLIE ANDREEVA
Logo, MTV Network's gay-themed network, has greenlighted two new series: Sex Rx, about sex addiction, and The A-List: Dallas, a new spinoff of the A-List franchise. Additionally, Logo has renewed its highest-rated series RuPaul's Drag Race, its companion Untucked: RuPaul's Drag Race and The A-List: New York. Also renewed is the NewNowNext Awards, Logo's awards show for the latest in pop culture. The channel's next new series, Setup Squad and Pretty Hurts, premiere April 25 and May 9, respectively. Details on the new series:
Sex Rx (premieres fall 2011): Noted sex addiction specialist Christopher Donaghue offers guidance to a sex treatment group in this series that tracks each memberís progress around infidelity, trust issues, relationship intimacy and sexual addiction. Julie Pizzi and Patty Ivins Specht exec produce.
The A-List: Dallas (premieres fall 2011): Deep in the heart of Texas, this cast of socialite scene-making men and women are out to prove their New York counterparts have not cornered the market on having big dreams and bigger dramas. Steven Weinstock and Glenda Hersh exec produce for True Entertainment, the company behind The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
|Mateo||Apr 18 2011, 08:57 PM Post #2|
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|Love me some RuPaul and you know I got sucked into A-List last fall, so I'm sure I'll be tuning in to the Dallas series. I just wish DishNetwork carried the standard Logo channel and not just the HD channel. Thankfully they upload their shows to the website and VH1 plays Drag Race.|
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