The current season of “The Bachelorette” stars a half-Persian Bachelorette, but viewers and critics have called out the network for never selecting an African-American star.
That franchise, along with many others in the genre, has never featured an all-gay cast or suitor.
That’s the equation of “3,” CBS’ latest entry in the reality dating show genre, almost a decade after “Cupid.” Airing its first regular Sunday episode July 29, following a special Thursday debut, the Americanization of an Israeli series makes housemates of three females …
and offers them 100 males from which to choose those they deem best suited to each of them, aiming to find the one man with whom each can make a lasting connection.
“Logo has a long history of showcasing LGBTQ-focused stories with memorable characters that transcend pop culture,” said Pamela Post, SVP of original programming for Logo.
“’Finding Prince Charming’ will take viewers on a whirlwind journey through modern love and relationships in a way that only Logo can do.” Reality dating shows have had long success on television, but an American series has never featured an all-gay cast.
World-renowned chef GORDON RAMSAY is back for a fourth course of the sizzling unscripted series HELL’S KITCHEN.
Wannabe restaurateurs slice and dice their way through each episode, vying for Ramsay’s attention in hopes of winning a life-changing culinary prize.
Though reality TV has become a permanent part of the television landscape and the zeitgeist, bombarding us with its never-ending army of temporary celebrities desperately trying to extend their 15 minutes of fame, attempts to apply the format to queer subjects have resulted in a mixed bag.Back in 2003, Bravo broke ground with the series “Boy Meets Boy,” though the reality show did feature both gay and heterosexual men.The graybeard of dating shows, “The Bachelor” franchise on ABC, has received criticism for its lack of diverse casting, having largely featured white suitors and leading ladies.I’m definitely glad that I chose to do it, though.”Being a single parent, not unlike Emily Maynard of the most recent season of ABC’s “The Bachelorette,” Harley has added considerations.“Two producers actually came to my house,” she reports, “and sat down with my mom and me and discussed all the details, because of my having two kids.