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List of television programs broadcast by Logo

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Beginning in June 2005, Logo TV has been broadcasting programming of interest to the LGBT community. The network broadcasts a blend of original programming and syndicated fare previously broadcast on other networks. Logo offers content from a wide variety of genres, including drama, comedy, reality and documentary. It also airs theatrically released films which have been edited for time and content.


As of August 2020.

Original programming

Syndicated programming


Original programs

Title Genre Year Notes
GLAAD Media Awards Television special 2006 Annual award ceremony for people working in popular media.
365gay News News program 2005–2009 Formerly CBS News on Logo
The Advocate Newsmagazine News program 2006 Rachel Maddow reported topical stories pertaining to entertainment and politics in the United States
Alien Boot Camp Anthology series 2007-2009 Anthology series of animated and avant-garde short films similar in style to the early 1990s MTV show Liquid Television.
The Big Gay Sketch Show Sketch comedy 2006–2010 A sketch comedy series produced by Rosie O'Donnell and directed by Amanda Bearse.
The Click List: 50 Greatest Films Anthology series The 50 most popular LGBT films as selected by an online vote.
The Click List: Best in Short Film Anthology series 2006–2010 Showcase for LGBT-themed short films.
The Click List: Top 10 Videos Music videos A countdown of popular music videos
Coming Out Stories Documentary series 2006 Each episode followed someone's preparation and coming-out to one or more people close to them. Produced by Kirk Simon and Karen Goodman.
Exes and Ohs Television drama 2006–2009 Jennifer (Michelle Paradise) is a young, lesbian documentary filmmaker with a vivid fantasy life and a floundering career. In her search for Ms. Right, she learns the rules of lesbian dating—often the hard way. Her friends are there to help.
Felt Puppetry/Reality television 2013 Puppet series that uses real audio recordings of Sex therapy sessions.
Gay Skit Happens Sketch comedy 2016
Jeffery & Cole Casserole Sketch comedy 2009–2010 A sketch comedy series starring Jeffery Self and Cole Escola.
NewNowNext Awards Award ceremony 2008– An annual award ceremony hosted by Logo.
NewNowNext Music Music videos 2009–2012 Music video showcase
NewNowNext Poplab Music videos 2008–2012 An hour of pop and dance music videos.
Noah's Arc Dramedy 2005–2006 The series led to the feature film Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom.
Real Gay Television special 2005 Reality special bringing together openly LGBT participants from several reality series.
Real Momentum Documentary series Documentary film series featuring both original documentaries and films acquired elsewhere.
Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World Cartoon series 2007–2009 Animated series based on the short film of the same name.
The Ride: Seven Days to End AIDS Documentary series 2006 A diverse group bicycles from San Francisco to Los Angeles in seven days for an HIV/AIDS fundraiser.
Round Trip Ticket LGBT tourism 2005 Gay men and women explore gay and lesbian culture in various cities
Sordid Lives: The Series Sitcom 2008 Prequel series based on the feature film of the same name.
That Sex Show Talk show (panel), sex advice 2013[1] Katie Morgan (former porn star)
TransGeneration Documentary series 2005 Four American transgender college students attempt to balance their studies, social lives, and transitions during the 2004–2005 academic year.
TripOut LGBT tourism Gay and lesbian tourist destinations in North America, Hawaii, Curaçao, and Costa Rica[2]
U.S. of ANT LGBT tourism 2006 Travel series in which comedian ANT travels to small towns throughout the United States to discover aspects of LGBT life that may be unfamiliar to urban viewers.
Visible Vote '08: A Presidential Forum Television special 2007 The first-ever live televised forum with United States Presidential candidates discussing solely LGBT-related issues.[3]
Wisecrack Stand-up comedy 2005 Stand-up comedy recorded at The Abbey in West Hollywood, California. The series featured comedians Page Hurwitz, Alec Mapa, Judy Gold, Miss Coco Peru, Vickie Shaw, and Doug Holsclaw.

Syndicated programming


Title Premiere date Current season Source(s)
Open Bar August 22, 2005 September 26, 2005
Jacob and Joshua: Nemesis Rising October 16, 2006 December 4, 2006
Curl Girls June 18, 2007
Transamerican Love Story February 11, 2008 March 31, 2008
Gimme Sugar June 9, 2008
Shirts & Skins September 15, 2008
RuPaul's Drag U July 19, 2010 August 6, 2012
The A-List: New York October 4, 2010 October 17, 2011
The Arrangement October 4, 2010 December 1, 2010
Setup Squad April 25, 2011 June 29, 2011
Pretty Hurts (TV series) May 7, 2011 July 19, 2011
The A-List: Dallas October 10, 2011 December 19, 2011
Bad Sex November 4, 2011 June 10, 2014
Finding Prince Charming September 8, 2016 November 10, 2016


Title Premiere date Current season Source(s)
Listen Out Loud May 8, 2017 1


Title Genre Original network Notes
1 Girl 5 Gays Talk show MTV (Canada) Hosted by Aliya Jasmine Sovani; features a rotating panel of five gay men
227 Sitcom NBC
30 Rock Sitcom NBC
Absolutely Fabulous British sitcom BBC One Logo co-produced the three 2011/12 revival specials with the BBC and BBC America.
Alice Sitcom CBS Part of the Day Camp Block; show now on Antenna TV
All in the Family Sitcom CBS Part of the Day Camp Block
Bad Girls Drama ITV
Beautiful People Comedy-drama BBC Two
Bewitched Sitcom ABC
Bob & Rose Drama ITV
Boston Legal Drama ABC
The Brady Bunch Sitcom ABC
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Supernatural drama The WB (1997—2001)
UPN (2001—2003)
Bump! LGBT tourism OUTtv A Canadian series about gay and lesbian international travel
Can't Get a Date Reality television VH1 Reality series featuring dating advice for people who have difficulty dating.
The Cho Show Sitcom VH1 Margaret Cho with her family and friends
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Drama CBS
Daria Animated cartoon MTV
The Decorating Adventures of Ambrose Price Reality television HGTV
Designing Women Sitcom CBS
A Different World Sitcom NBC
Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 Sitcom ABC
Drawn Together Animated cartoon Comedy Central
Ellen Sitcom ABC
Eurovision Song Contest[4] Entertainment EBU Beginning with the 2016 edition of the contest, final only.
Flo Sitcom CBS
For All My Family Sitcom NBC
Glam God Reality television VH1
The Golden Girls Sitcom NBC
The Graham Norton Anthology Anthology series N/A Compilation of episodes from several series featuring Graham Norton
Green Acres Sitcom CBS
Gimme a Break! Sitcom NBC
Happily Divorced Sitcom TV Land
Happy Days Sitcom ABC
Happy Endings Sitcom ABC
I Dream of Jeannie Sitcom NBC
In the Life News magazine PBS
It's a Living Sitcom ABC, Syndication
The Jaquie Brown Diaries Sitcom TV3 (New Zealand)
Just Shoot Me! Sitcom NBC
The L Word Drama Showtime
Leap Years Drama Showtime
First Comes Love Reality television Global Television Network Wedding planners design ceremonies for same-sex couples. The first season was originally broadcast in Canada under the title My Fabulous Gay Wedding.
The Landry Sisters Sitcom NBC
My Life as Liz Sitcom MTV Pseudo-reality series following a girl from Texas through high school and college.
Living Single Sitcom Fox
Maude Sitcom CBS
The Mindy Project Romantic comedy Fox, Hulu
Mork & Mindy Sitcom ABC
The Nanny Sitcom CBS
The New Adventures of Old Christine Sitcom CBS
NewsRadio Sitcom NBC
Nip/Tuck Drama FX
One Day at a Time (1975 TV series) Sitcom CBS Part of the Day Camp block
One Day at a Time (2017 TV series) Sitcom Netflix One-day simulcast with sister channels Pop and TV Land[5]
Queer as Folk Drama Showtime
Queer Streets Documentary Documentary about homeless queer youth
The Real World: Brooklyn Reality television MTV
Reno 911! Mockumentary Comedy Central
Rosie Sitcom CBS
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Sitcom ABC, The WB
Samantha Who? Sitcom ABC
The Sarah Silverman Program Sitcom Comedy Central Logo co-produced the third and final season of the series.[6]
Saturday Night Live Sketch comedy NBC
Schitt's Creek Sitcom Pop One-day simulcast with sister channels Pop and Comedy Central[7]
A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila Dating game show MTV

Silver Spoons

Sister, Sister Sitcom ABC
The WB
Soap Sitcom ABC
South Park Animated cartoon Comedy Central
Strangers with Candy Sitcom Comedy Central
Tales of the City: The Complete Miniseries Drama Channel 4 (series 1)
Showtime (series 2–3)
Adapted from the acclaimed novel series by Armistead Maupin.
True Life Documentary MTV Documentary series with several episodes featuring LGBT-specific content or themes.
Undressed Anthology series MTV Comedy-drama
What's Happening!! Sitcom ABC
Who's the Boss? Sitcom ABC
Wonderfalls Comedy-drama Fox
The X-Files Drama Fox
Xena: Warrior Princess Sword and sorcery (Broadcast syndication)


  1. ^ That Sex Show at IMDb
  2. ^ "TripOut Gay Travel North America". LOGOonline. Viacom International. Retrieved 8 December 2012.
  3. ^ Johnson, T. "Dems debate gay issues on Logo". Variety. 10 July 2007. Retrieved on 29 January 2008
  4. ^ "Eurovision Song Contest 2016 - About the Show". Logo TV. Retrieved 2 May 2016.
  5. ^
  6. ^ Gay TV channel saving "Sarah Silverman"
  7. ^

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