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"Real Housewives" Meets "Gay NY" In New Show

 NEW YORK  -- Logo's highly-anticipated new docu-reality series will give viewers a V.I.P. pass into the fabulous -- and ferocious -- lives of New York's gay elite.  Follow the most envied and sought-after men of New York City as they live the high life hopping from boardroom to benefit to beach house to bedroom.  Watch the drama unfold as they attempt to "have it all" juggling their careers, families, friends and perhaps most importantly, enemies.  The nine-episode, one hour series is executive produced by True Entertainment, an Endemol Company.  "The A-List: New York" premieres Monday, October 4that 10/9c on Logo.

"The A-List: New York" features some of New York City's most talked about gay elite including "The Amazing Race" winner actor/model (and Lance Bass' former boyfriend) Reichen Lehmkuhl, his Brazilian model boyfriend Rodiney Santiago, renowned celebrity photographer (Beyonce, Britney SpearsDolly PartonChristina Aguilera) and "RuPaul's Drag Race" and "America's Next Top Model" staple Mike Ruiz, international model (and Marc Jacobs' former flame) Austin Armacost, modeling agent Derek Lloyd Saathoff, and ultra-high-end salon owner Ryan Nickulas.

"The A-List: New York" follows these "boys who brunch" from their glamorous, high-profile careers in Manhattan to their weekends vacationing amongst the multi-million dollar homes of The Hamptons and the sexy, exclusive summer getaway Fire Island.  Viewers will follow these A-listers daily lives ranging from Mike Ruiz's celebrity driven photo shoots to Reichen's Off-Broadway debut to Ryan's booming business at his lavish salon.  Throughout the series, the cast brush shoulders with the celebrities, socialites and renowned personalities that make Manhattan one of the most desirable cities in the world.

Love will be lost and found, dreams will be shattered and made and along the way, hard truths will be revealed about the things money and power can -- and can't -- get you.  From the producers of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" "The A-List: New York" promises to take its rightful place alongside the greatest jaw-dropping television full of drama, extravagance and larger-than-life personalities.

"The A-List: New York" is produced by True Entertainment with Steven Weinstock and Glenda Hersh serving as Executive Producers. Dave Mace and Christopher Willey serve as Executive Producers for Logo.



About Logo:

Logo is the world's leading ad-supported cable, satellite, online, mobile and digital entertainment network from MTV Networks, a unit of Viacom (NYSE: VIA, VIA.B), for gays and lesbians, their families and friends. Launched in 2005, Logo's cable channel is in more than 46 million homes across the United States and is complemented by a federation of online properties, including LogoTV.comTripOutGayTravel.comAfterEllen.comAfterElton.com365Gay.comDowneLink.com and NewNowNext.com. Logo's content is distributed across all leading download-to-own, streaming and mobile services. The most influential brand for the most influential audience, Logo provides a mix of original and acquired entertainment as well as new, social networking and community building that are authentic, smart, fun, entertaining, and inclusive. Logo joins MTV Networks' roster of popular and highly targeted brands which include MTV, Comedy Central, VH1 and SpikeTV.

 



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