Logo Renews RuPaul's Drag Race, The A-List: New York

Logo has renewed  The A-List: New York , RuPaul's Drag Race  and  Untucked: RuPaul's Drag Race , the network announced Monday. The cable channel's NewNowNext Awards will also return in 2012. Logo announced plans to expand  The A-List franchise with the new series  The A-List: Dallas , one of two new series coming to Logo. The other is reality series  Sex Rx   (working title), which will follow sex addiction specialist Christopher Donaghue as he works with a different member of his sex treatment group every week. The A-List: Dallas  and  Sex Rx  are set to premiere this fall. Season 2 of  The A-List: New York  will debut this summer. RuPaul's Drag Race  and  Untucked: RuPaul's Drag Race  will return in early 2012.

Bravo vs. Logo: Meet the rumored 'Real A-List' contenders. Meow.

How did Bravo end up "Tardy to the Party" in releasing a gay version of "The Real Housewives"? After all, aren't they the network that got its biggest boost from its gay programming, including "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," which put the network on the pop culture map, snagging Newsweek and EW covers to boot?Rumors have been swirling that Bravo will start production on its own version of Logo's "The A-List: New York" and despite the network's typical "no comment," our buddies at Access Hollywood have been sorting through the hot mess to find out what's really going on.Playfully nicknamed "From The Bottom To The Top" by New York City gays, that title has apparently never officially been attached to Bravo's production as Vice President of Original Programming and Development, Andy Cohen, denied on Twitter."The A-List: New York" was one of Zap2it's guilty pleasures of 2010, so how can Bravo best it in 2011? For...

'The A-List' clip released: Let the bitchery begin!

The fine folks over at Logo know they've got something buzzy and good in The A-List, the gay version of The Real Housewives franchise. Just look: In addition to the supertrailer  that hit a couple weeks back, they've released yet another clip from the premiere episode of the super-bitchy reality show to whet your appetite. And it's a doozy! Full of catty, nasty gays calling each other girl  and scoping out the boyfriends of their competition. Typical. But also, yes, it's delicious and totally watchable. The thing to take note of from this clip is of the show's sure-to-be-breakout star Rodiney. In case you can't tell who he is amongst all the pretty, similar-looking gays on the show, he's the one who's dating former Amazing Race star (and Lance Bass ex) Reichen Lehmkuhl (although he doesn't even appear in this clip). Rodiney isn't one of the five full  cast members on the show, but he's certainly the most memorable - mostly because he speaks in the most endearing, accented, and broken English (with subtitles usually!) you've ever heard in your life. First time I met Austin, he says in a little vignette interview during the clip, he didn't came to me to introduce his self. He was smelling me. Like weird.'' That doesn't even do it justice - just watch and see for yourself: Source & Video