While last week was filled with renewals and cancellation of shows: With the shocking announcements of One Life to Live cancellation and All My Children getting cancelled also and CMT cancelled Working Class and Bravo cancelled Real Housewives of Washington DC, we got some good news too: Nickelodeon renews iCarly for season five and now Adult Swin renewed Eagleheart for season two. OWN renewed four shows Fox renewed Bob´s Burguers and HBO renewed The Ricky Gervais Show and Syfy renewed Scare Tactics while TruTV renewed Hardcore Pawn, renewed Full Throttle Saloon and also renewed Black Gold. But a new week started, and the axes and green lights are coming and going.
This time we are focusing on the gay themed MTV network brand Logo.
Logo renewed A-List: New York for season three.
The A-List: New York is an American reality television series from the LGBT-interest network Logo. The series, frequently described as a Real Housewives-style show, follows the lives of six gay and bisexual men in New York City over the summer of 2010. The series was originally announced under the title Kept but was changed in pre-production. The series debuted on October 4, 2010, to mixed critical reviews.
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