At the end of the series, the leading man will choose with whom he wants to commit to an “exclusive relationship.” Lance Bass, best known for his time in the boy band NSYNC and who came out in 2006 cover story in is set to host the show.Pamela Post, SVP of original programming for Logo commented that the network “has a long history of showcasing LGBTQ-focused stories with memorable characters that transcend pop culture.” From shows like which often got paired together.
with the aim of finding one gay bachelor a potential match.
The show’s actual premise, though, was a setup, because as it turned out, not all of the suitors were gay.
And I guess they wanted the host to have a more adult sound to him. We’re very warped in our brain about what dating really is because we all started so late.
If I were a little kid again and was able to see something like this on TV, I would’ve felt a lot better about myself. In the pilot there’s contention within even this microcosm of the gay male community over what it means to be gay.
Back in 2003, Bravo debuted "Boy Meets Boy," which featured a gay bachelor, gay suitors and - initially unbeknownst to the bachelor - several straight men pretending to be gay.