Sundance Channel adds six more eps to “Love Lust”

Sundance Channel has announced six new episodes of its guilty pleasure series Love Lust, tackling the undead, social networks, sex symbols and secret societies (pictured is 'Heels' from the first season.)
May 11, 2011

Sundance Channel has added six new episodes of its guilty pleasure series Love Lust, tackling the undead, social networks, sex symbols and secret societies.

The six-part one hour series produced by Sharp Entertainment debuted on Sundance Channel in February 2011, with a focus on fashion (pictured is the ‘Heels’ episode).

Beginning on June 7 at 10 pm ET/PT with the first episode ‘Street Eats,’ Love Lust tells the history of food trucks that have brought people together and also shows the modern day pioneers that are elevating street food to gourmet levels.

The following episode delves into the sex symbols that have become the markers of generations, reflected popular tastes, and driven social change.

Also on tap for the series is a look into social networks, from 17th century salons in Paris to Facebook, as well as an episode on the vampires and zombies that have captivated every generation. Other episodes tackle the paranormal and secret societies.

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