It's been quite the year for Logo TV.
The queer TV network announced recently announced that last year it scored its highest ratings in the 10-year history of the network.
“Logo is celebrating its 10th anniversary with not only our highest rated year ever, but as the only cable network to achieve 9 consecutive quarters of year-over-year growth,” Chris McCarthy, General Manager of Logo and VH1, said in a press release. “We have no plans to slow down as we roll out a diverse slate of programs that will continue to spark conversations, entertain our audience and drive results.”
Logo also announced a second season of "Cocktails & Classics," the return of "RuPaul's Drag Race: Season 5 RuVealed" and the premiere of a documentary about LGBT elders called "Gen Silent."
Congrats to our queer brothers and sisters at Logo!
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