With three new original series–"Pretty Hurts," "Setup Squad" and "Be Good Johnny Weir"–joining the lineup for 2011, cable channnel Logo is continuing its push to get people talking, UPI.com reports.
"Pretty Hurts" and "Setup Squad" are described as docu-soaps set in the workplace. "Be Good Johnny Weir" is moving over to Logo from the Sundance Channel, where it rolled out its first season. The show focuses on the life of three-time national champion ice skater Johnny Weir.
"Logo is in the business of creating fierce, original programming that gets everyone talking,” said Dave Mace, Logo’s senior VP of programming, in a statement this week.
In addition to the new original programs, Logo began airing reruns of "Nip/Tuck" this month and will broadcast "Will & Grace" episodes in 2013.