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Secret Guide to Fabulous

2 Seasons
Experts offer lifestyle, relationship and fitness advice.
2014 TV14 Comedy, Other

Noah's Arc

2 Seasons
This half-hour dramedy -- produced for Logo, the nascent gay cable TV network -- follows the loves and lives of four men of color living in the queer ghetto of West Hollywood. Noah (Darryl Stephens), a fledgling screenwriter, finds himself falling for Wade (Jensen Atwood), a heretofore straight fellow scribe who's just learning to get comfortable with his same-sex feelings. Noah's best pals include Ricky (Christian Vincent), a slutty boutique owner; Alex (Rodney Chester), a boisterous HIV counselor who's in a long-term relationship with the handsome Trey (Gregory Keith); and Chance (Doug Spearman), a university professor who has recently moved in with his partner, Eddie (Jonathan Julian), and Eddie's young daughter. Noah's Arc premiered October 19, 2005, on the new, gay-themed Logo cable network. Heavily promoted as Logo's flagship original series in a lineup otherwise dominated by repurposed content, the show was created, written, directed, and produced by Patrik-Ian Polk. Polk previously helmed the similarly themed feature film Punks. After a nine-episode inaugural run, Noah's Arc received the green light for a second season set to debut in 2006.
2005 TV14 Comedy, Other

The Jaquie Brown Diaries

1 Season
Real-life TV personality Jaquie Brown deals with the ups and downs of having a small amount of fame in New Zealand.
2013 Comedy, Other

Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World

2 Seasons
Animated look at a gay couple's entanglements with a lesbian couple. The trouble begins when Kirsten asks her longtime friend Rick to father her child. The complication: Rick and Kirsten's partners can't stand each other. Based on a 1999 animated short.
2007 TVMA Comedy, Other


1 Season
A stand-up comedy series set at the Abbey in West Hollywood.
2005 Comedy, Other

Beautiful People

2 Seasons
A flamboyant teen living in a dreary English suburb dreams of the glam life in London and treasures favorite possessions in the meantime. Based on the memoirs of Simon Doonan, creative director of Barneys New York.
2009 TV14 Comedy, Other

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