Logo Greenlights Two New Series, Returns Quartet


Logo has given the greenlight to pair of new series and will bow new seasons of extant series.
The Viacom network, which targets viewers among the lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual communities, has ordered Sex Rx and will expand it's A -List franchise to Dallas.
Sex Rx will cast an unflinching eye on the world of sex addiction, dysfunction and relationships that shadows clients who are seeking treatment for sexuality issues in a group setting. Christopher Donaghue, a sexuality specialist in private practice, will serve as guide over 10 installments.
Proving you don't have to reside in N.Y.C. to be fabulous, the cast of The A-List: Dallas will showcase a group of gay men in Big D and sassy straight women who lead racy and high-limits lives. The network has ordered 11 one-hour episodes.
Both shows are schedule to join Logo's lineup this fall, prior to the second season of Be Good Johnny Weir, which is currently in production exclusively for Logo's winter 2012 roster.
Elsewhere, the 2011/2012 TV season will also see the return of Logo's highest-rated, hit series RuPaul's Drag Race, with 14 one-hour episodes set to unfurl next winter; its companion series Untucked: RuPaul's Drag Race will resurface via a dozen half-hours; The A-List: New York for a dozen hours this summer; and an encore of tentpole event NewNowNext Awards next year.
"Logo continues to extend our lane of unique, provocative programming that not only engages our trend-defining audience but gets them talking on all our platforms," said Dave Mace, senior vice president of original programming at Logo, in announcing the slate. "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.
As was previously announced, Logo will premiere Setup Squad and Pretty Hurts on April 25 and May 9, respectively.