Looks like the Logo network is ready to mix things up.
LGBT-themed television station Logo has announced that they'll be expanding their programming line-up to feature "mainstream culture," and that they'll be abandoning their "gay-only TV lineup."
Here's what the network's Executive Vice President Lisa Sherman had to say about it:
"Culturally, we’re past the tipping point. For gays and lesbians, it's part of who they are, but they don't lead with it, because many are leading fully integrated, mainstream lives."
"Our goal at Logo has always been to honestly reflect our viewers' lives. We're now reinforcing our commitment to them with programming that truly mirrors how many of them are living and want to be entertained today."
The network's new lineup will include shows such similar to America's Next Top Model, Laguna Beach, and Storage Hunters.
As for all the RuPaul fans out there - Don't Panic! They WILL be keeping RuPaul's Drag U on the air! Fewf!
What do U think? Do U approve of the changes that Logo is making???
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