Gay TV Series

Gay Tv Series are gay movies aired on television in a series of episodes. This airing is meant to make the TV station have regular viewers.
The following are some of the well known gay tv series.
QUEER AS FOLK: Queer as folk was an American/Canadian gay television series produced by showtime and Temple Street productions. It was developed by Ron Cowen and Daniel Lipman. It was aired from the year 2000 to 2005 in five seasons. The series follows the lives of 5 gay men and a lesbian couple.
NOAH'S ARC: Noah's Arc is an American gay television series which aired from 2005 to 2006. It was created by Patrik-Ian Polk. The TV series focuses on social relevant issues affecting the LGBT community.
DANTE'S COVE: Dante's Cove is an American gay TV series which was created by Michael Costanza. It is a supernatural soap opera. The series started airing in 2005.
THE DL CHRONICLES: DL Chronicles was a television series which debuted in 2007. DL stands for "down low" meaning men who live homosexual lifestyles secretly.
SHIRTS & SKINS: Shirts & Skins is an American gay TV series which premiered in 2008. The TV series explores the lives of the San Fransisco Rockdogs an all gay basketball team.
DTLA: The initials of this gay tv series mean Downtown Los Angeles. The series depicts the life and interaction of seven friends all from different cultures, sexual orientations and backgrounds. They all work and live in Los Angeles. The film series is produced by Larry Kennar, Darryl Stephens, Mark Erickson, Helene Shaw and Michael Andres.