Unscripted

Logo greenlights “Sex Rx” and “The A-List: Dallas”

Logo has added two new projects to its slate, including an expansion of hit franchise The A-List: New York (pictured), which will premiere alongside four returning favorites.
April 18, 2011

Logo has added two new projects to its slate, including an expansion of hit franchise The A-List: New York (pictured), which will premiere alongside four returning favorites.

Docu-reality series Sex Rx (w/t) looks at the world of sex addiction, dysfunction and relationships. The 10-part one-hour series features noted sex addiction specialist, Christopher Donaghue, as he offers guidance to a sex treatment group. Executive producers are Julie Pizzi and Patty Ivins Specht for PB&J Television and Dewayne Jones and Jai Rodriquez

 

Logo’s popular A-List: New York is expanding with a new locale and cast in The A-List Dallas. The 11-part one-hour docu-reality series will follow Dallas-based gay men and straight women out on the socialite scene. True Entertainment’s Steven Weinstock and Glenda Hersh serve as executive producers.

Both new series are slated to premiere in the fall.

The network will also see the return of World of Wonder Productions’ RuPaul’s Drag Race and Untucked: RuPaul’s Drag Race, as well as True Entertainment’s The A-List: New York for the 2011-2012 season. Logo’s NewNowNext Awards tentpole event will also return in 2012.

Dave Mace, SVP of original programming, Logo, says in a release, “Sex Rx is an eye-opening show that isn’t for the timid and we hope to continue to turn A-List heads with a new season in New York and now spinoff in Dallas.  We’re also honored to once again super serve the fans of our real ‘Head Queen in Charge,’ RuPaul, with new seasons of RuPaul’s Drag Race and Untucked: RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

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