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Sordid Lives: The SeriesSordid Lives: The Series
LOGO, 2008 | Comedy, Soaps

Sordid Lives: The Series is a comedy prequel to the stage play and 2000 full-length film of the same name that featured performances by Olivia Newton-John, Beau Bridges, and Delta Burke among others. The show is the story of a dysfunctional family in rural Texas and the crazy, and somewhat, sordid lives of... matriarch Peggy (Rue McClanahan), who's having an affair with her daughter's best friend's husband, G.W., a war vet with artificial legs; Latrelle (Bonnie Bedelia), Peggy's prim and proper daughter, who has a prescription pill addiction; LaVonda (Ann Walker), Peggy's free-spirited other daughter; Brother Boy (Leslie Jordan), Peggy's gay son, who's confined to a mental institution and dons drag as his favorite country singer, Tammy Wynette; Ty (Jason Dottley), Latrelle's son, a former soap opera actor living in Los Angeles and on the verge of coming out of the closet; Sissy (Beth Grant), Peggy's much younger chain-smoking sister, who witnesses all the dysfunction in the family; Noleta (Caroline Rhea), G.W.'s wife and Sissy's neighbor, who disdains her miserable marriage while fantasizng about a better life; and Bitsy Mae Harling (Olivia Newton-John), an ex-convict taken in by Peggy, who introduces Peggy to the wild life at Bubba's bar.

Bad SexBad Sex

A group of people who have all sorts of sexual problems, go see a therapist to overcome obstacles in and out of the bedroom.

Food To Get You LaidFood To Get You Laid

The show takes viewers away from studio kitchen sets and features real people, real relationships, real kitchens and real ingredients. Anyone can cook a meal in an industrial kitchen with the support of a full staff, but can they create a romantic meal in their own kitchen, using only the ingredients in their fridge and pantry? Expert chef Ronnie Woo guides the culinary wannabes and helps ensure that love fills their hearts and stomachs - and takes their relationship to the next level.

The ArrangementThe Arrangement

The Arrangement is an American competitive reality television series featuring ten floral arrangers. The contestants face challenges in each episode to win the title of "America's Best Floral Designer" and win a prize package of a Smart Fortwo Passion Coupe and $25,000. The series began airing on Logo on October 4, 2010. Gigi Levangie Grazer and celebrity floral arranger Eric Buterbaugh host and serve as judges. In each episode the designers face a "Seedling Challenge" followed by a "Weedout Challenge". The bottom designers face a final head-to-head challenge after which a designer is eliminated.

The A-List: DallasThe A-List: Dallas

The show dishes up a Texas-sized serving of larger-than-life personalities and their high-living lifestyles.

The Straight Out ReportThe Straight Out Report

A comic take on the week's buzzworthy headlines. Hosts Mike E. Winfield (who's straight) and Stephen Guarino (who's out) are straight-out hilarious as they agree, disagree, and agree to disagree on a week's roundup of everything from high culture to low. It's the weekly news served two ways: straight how you want it, and gay because you deserve it.

Curl GirlsCurl Girls
LOGO, 2007 | Sports, Reality

Curl Girls is a 6-part television reality series that premiered on the Logo Television Network on June 18, 2007. Curl Girls is the first lesbian reality show on a major network. It chronicles the friendships and careers of Gingi, Michele, Melissa, Erin, Vanessa, and Jessica - six young lesbian women. Although the six women have different personalities and careers, all enjoy surfing. During the course of this series the women enter a competition to win a trip to Hawaii; this process puts strain on their relationships.

Gay Skit HappensGay Skit Happens
LOGO, 2016 | Comedy

This is a half hour, quarterly sketch comedy series. The first of the four episodes is themed around Valentine's Day and will be hosted by "Mean Girls" alum Daniel Franzese. who joins the cast of comics - Brian Jordan Alvarez, Tara DiFrancisco, Julie Goldman, Stephen Guarino, Ken Kirby, Lyric Lewis, Courtney Pauroso, Bill Posley - to tackle all things funny in love, dating, relationships and sex in the age of social media.

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