'Cucumber' And 'Banana,' Queer Dramas, To Air On Logo TV

Are you ready for your new favorite queer television shows?

From the writer of the iconic "Queer As Folk" and the much beloved "Dr. Who" comes "Cucumber," "Banana" and "Tofu," three interlinked gay dramas that are already receiving buzz for their unapologetic portrayals of queer life. "Cucumber," "Banana" and "Tofu" will premiere across Channel 4, E4 and 4oD in the UK in 2015.

Logo TV will run "Cucumber" and "Banana" on Logo TV in early 2015 in the U.S. The network has not announced plans regarding "Tofu."

“Whether he’s reinventing Doctor Who for a whole new generation, or creating riveting gay and lesbian characters on the original 'Queer as Folk,' Russell T Davies always pushes television forward,” Stephen Friedman, President of MTV and Logo TV, said in a statement sent to The Huffington Post. “'Cucumber' and 'Banana' are groundbreaking for the way they show intertwined narratives from two generations’ different perspectives. Even more importantly, the shows tell hilarious, incisive and very human stories.”

"It’s an honour and delight to team up with Logo for these brand new dramas," Davies said in a statement. "It’s 16 years since I created 'Queer As Folk,' which means I’ve had 16 years to build up new characters, new stories, and new insights into our lives. Across both series, we explore gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender stories, as well as love beyond labels - this is 50 shades of gay, and beyond!”

Check out the trailer above.



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