!! OMG, is ‘A-List’ canceled? Yes, says Reichen Lehmkuhl !!

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According to its biggest star, Reichen Lehmkuhl, Logo’s “A-List” will not be returning for another season of washed-up dreams and bad dye jobs. Sadly. The reality celeb tweeted “The A-List New York will NOT be back. Official word. So long boys. What a long, strange, trip that was. Xo -Reich” before later adding via Facebook, “Logo said, ‘[they] are changing directions. A-List isn’t a match for that direction.’ Take that for what it means to you. On to new and exciting things for me. 🙂 xo.” That “changing direction” appears to be away from gay-centric programming toward more mainstream concepts that would allow the network to better compete with Bravo. But, don’t worry, RuPaul’s Drag Race won’t be going anywhere.
(via Out)

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10 Comments on "OMG, is ‘A-List’ canceled? Yes, says Reichen Lehmkuhl"

  1. That is excellent news. I had to stop watching it due to extremem nausea induced by the unfortunate “stars.”

  2. Glory hallelujah! Both editions of this sad show did more to advance an anti-gay agenda and set back people’s opinions of gay people than any Republican could ever do. These vacuous, preening queens were a complete embarrassment to watch and I’m gad they’re gone.

  3. The douchiest show on TV. I tried to get through a bunch of episodes to give it a chance but couldn’t stop cringing. It made me hate my own kind.

  4. Anita Valium | June 18, 2012 at 10:21 pm | Reply

    It was still on the air???

  5. and i should be upset why..?

  6. Please LOGO, please check your programing…needs changes to attract viewers. See your competition.

  7. THANK GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THESE SILLY…IGNORANT……….GHETTO QUEENS NEED TO GO AWAY

  8. Nooooooooo!! I loved that show—and the Dallas one too. They should bring that show back with an A-List West Hollywood.

  9. Ding, Dong, the bitchiness is dead!

  10. good. was just another horrible show. with all characters i despised.

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