All the men will live in the same house together, as they compete to win the heart of one of the “nation’s most eligible gay heartthrob.” The contestants will be eliminated one-by-one, and in the final episode, the heartthrob will choose his one ideal man to “commit to an exclusive relationship,” per Logo.
The show will have both straight and gay couples, according to Fox entertainment president David Madden.
The show remained on the air in repeats through 1995 before it was relaunched in 1998 with Pat Bullard hosting.
" was always one of my favorite programs,” Fleiss said.
All were yanked off the air before anyone could even think about a second season.
Below, we take a look at 15 shows that went out with a gay whimper, not a bang.