The idea is for the last man to be ready to “commit to an exclusive relationship.” “Finding Prince Charming” premieres this fall.
, where 13 men will live in the same house and compete for the heart and hand of an eligible gay bachelor.
At the end of the series, the leading man will choose with whom he wants to commit to an “exclusive relationship.” Lance Bass, best known for his time in the boy band NSYNC and who came out in 2006 cover story in is set to host the show.
While other networks have dipped their toes in the water of LGBT dating shows, this is the first that hasn’t made some sort of strange gimmick out of sexual orientation. The premise was some bizarre sport of choosing a fellow gay bachelor amongst a medley of straight and gay contestants.
If he chose another gay man, the cash prize would be split, but if not, all the money would go to the chosen straight man. ] Fox also released a similar series in 2004 that involved this same sort of trickery and strange attempt at deception.
“is produced by Brian Graden Media, with Graden exec producing alongside the company's Dave Mace, Fred Birckhead and Nick Murray.
VH1 and Logo topper Chris Mc Carthy, Post and Stevenson Greene will oversee for Logo, while Jen Passovoy is set as producer.
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where she discussed White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's false claims about the crowd size at President Donald Trump's inauguration. Spicer's inaccurate statement, the prez's counselor said the press secretary simply provided "alternative facts." You gotta be fucking kidding us.
This time, however, it was with a straight woman attempting to select a heterosexual male out of blended group of gay and straight men.