Monday, June 18, 2012

Great News! LOGO's A-List is Dead!

The horrid, vapid, mess known as the A-List has finally died! Yes, the show that was a stain in the LGBT community has been put to death.

Out magazine reports
A tweet last Friday from Reichen Lehmkuhl, the reality TV star LOGO's The A-List: New York who once diddled with Lance Bass, announced that "The A-List New York will NOT be back. Official word. So long boys. What a long, strange, trip that was. Xo -Reich"

Well. A morning call to LOGO left us chatting with voicemail this morning, but Lehmkuhl (pronounced LEM-kool), whose original claim to fame was winning the fourth season of the Amazing Race, did have an additional note on Facebook:

"Logo said, '[they] are changing directions. A-List isn't a match for that direction.' Take that for what it means to you. On to new and exciting things for me. :-) xo"
I'm so happy to hear this. The show was soooooooooooooooooooooooo bad and no one cared about these sad folks. I always thought it was the wrong idea from the start. Too bad we had to sit through 2 seasons and a broke ass Texas spin-off.We deserved better than that foolishness.


Anonymous said...

I stopped watching this foolish network about a year ago. I may give them another shot after this news.

♫Musique♫ said...

Yay Its Dead. I stopped watching it after the first season.

Anonymous said...

While this show was horrible and won't be missed, it's demise has more to do with Logo abandoning their original mandate of providing gay and lesbian programing than it has to do with them wanting to improve their offerings. So it's a bit of a mixed blessing.

Bob said...

It was a ridiculous mess.

Jezza said...


WilsonW said...

I don't mind this show getting dropped. What I do mind is that it seems they aren't replacing it with better quality "gay" programming. Most of the new shows I see advertised are focused primarily on straight characters with the standard gay stereotype guy flopping about in the background or carrying someone's handbag for them.

It looks like the anonymous poster is on point.

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