Are you ready for an entire 22-episode soap season, that all together lasts just 2.2 minutes? Logo is currently airing six-second episodes of The Vines of Sauvignon Blanc on Twitter’s micro-video app, Vine. About the mini-sudser:
“The Vines of Sauvignon Blanc” follows the heart-wrenching tale of a wealthy vineyard owner who is told he only has two minutes and six seconds to live as his family plots for power and prestige, all while being incredibly pressed for time. The cast includes; Sue Galloway (“30 Rock”); Stephen Guarino (“Happy Endings,” “Big Gay Sketch Show”); Jamie Lee (“Girl Code”); Leslie Meisel (Second City, Upright Citizen’s Brigade); Reichen Lemkuhl (“Amazing Race,” “The A-List: New York”): Michael Hartney (Upright Citizen’s Brigade) and Jarvis Derrell (#SheHasHadIt).
Watch the first nine episodes of The Vines of Sauvignon Blanc after the jump and then tell us what you think!
We may never know if Luke and Noah made it to happily ever after on As The World Turns, but Van Hansis' latest same-sex project has been shown some major love! LogoTV.com has picked up the rights to EastSiders, a dramedy starring Hansis, which explores how infidelity impacts a young gay couple.
From the synopsis:
When Cal (Kit Williamson) finds out Thom (Van Hansis) has been cheating on him with Jeremy (Matthew McKelligon), their relationship is turned upside down. Will the lies tear them apart or are they just stubborn enough to stay together forever?
Josh Duhamel's better half, pop star Fergie, is being honored by Logo with the Always Next, Forever Now Award.
"Fergie embodies what the Always Next, Forever Now Award is all about in everything that she does," Logo exec vp and GM Lisa Sherman said. "She continuously pushes boundaries, stunning us with her creative vision and ability to make a tremendous impact on pop culture."
Fergie will receive the award, for her efforts to raise money to fight HIV/AIDS and work with amFAR and MAC AIDS Fund, on April 13 at Logo's NewNowNext Awards. READ MORE