Military members, a Texas family and a gay ghost are some of the characters featured in four new original series being developed for Logo, MTV Networks' channel targeting the lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender (LGBT) audience. The network has greenlighted development on one new drama, two new comedies and a reality series.
Shows currenty in development:
The Service, an hour-long drama about the lives of LGBT men and women on an active military base by the Pacific Ocean.
Sordid Lives: The Series, a half-hour comedy prequel to the play and cult film Sordid Lives, about a kooky Texas family.
The Gay Ghost, a half-hour sitcom about a conservative family who moves to San Francisco and finds a gay ghost in the closet of their new home.
Reconnection, a half-hour reality series about LGBT participants who confront loved ones who have disowned them.
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