"1 GIRL 5 GAYS" RETURNS TO LOGO'S LATE-NIGHT LINE-UP WITH A NEW SEASON OF MORE JAW-DROPPING QUESTIONS AND SHOCKING ANSWERS
"1 girl 5 gays" Premieres Monday, September 26th
at 11/10C on Logo
Season Debuts with Four Special Episodes Featuring All-Female Panel
NEW YORK, NY September 6, 2011 - Logo announced today that it has acquired the rights to air the third season of MTV Canada's hit talk show, "1 girl 5 gays." Not for the bashful or faint at heart, "1 girl 5 gays" engages in a series of quick fire, roundtable question and answer sessions with the namesake "1 girl and 5 gays" that would make most people blush. One of Logo's consistently highest-rated series and a social media fan favorite,"1 girl 5 gays" will continue to anchor Logo's weeknight, late-night lineup when it premieres on Monday, September 26th at 11 PM/10c on Logo.
This season mixes things up with an all-female roster for its first four episodes. These special edition episodes featuring five lesbians show women can dish it just a much as their male counterparts when it comes to outrageous questions about love, sex and life.
"1 girl 5 gays" brings together host Aliya-Jasmine Sovani with a rotating panel of five tell-it-like-it-is gay men for frank, funny, and always fierce discussions on sex and relationships. This "hot topics for 20-somethings" features a group of gay men, chosen for their sass, individuality, and confidence who never shy away from outrageous or taboo subject matters. Each member of the rotating panel is smarter, funnier and more honest than the next, and the laugh-riot that ensues is more like late night smack-talking with your college besties than your typical late-night fare.
New episodes of "1 girl 5 gays" will air Mondays through Thursdays at 11 PM/10c on Logo.
"1 girl 5 gays" is produced by Garrett Wintrip with Alex Sopinka as Executive Producer and Pam De Montmorency as Supervising Producer. Neil Staite is Senior Vice-President and General Manager, Much MTV Group. Catherine MacLeod is Vice-President, Specialty Channels, Rick Brace is President, Specialty Channels and CTV Production.
For more information on "1 girl 5 gays" and to catch up on episodes from the first two seasons, go to LogoTV.com. For up-to-date "1 girl 5 gays" news and exclusives, join the 1 girl 5 gays Facebook page and follow on Twitter at @LogoTV, @1girl5gays and #1girl5gays.
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