‘The Straight Out Report’ to Premiere Friday, Nov 7 on Logo
October 28, 2014 - Finding Carter
via press release:
LOGO TV LAUNCHES “THE STRAIGHT OUT REPORT,”
A COMEDIC SERIES THAT BREAKS DOWN THE HEADLINES
FROM GAY AND STRAIGHT PERSPECTIVES
First of Its Kind Series Featuring Fan Favorites from “” and “The ”
Agreeing And Disagreeing Over The Week’s Top Stories
Premieres Friday, Nov 7 during 10pm ET/PT
NEW YORK, NY – October 28, 2014 – Logo TV now announced it will entrance a new comedic/satirical program, “The Straight Out Report,” on Friday, Nov 7 during 10 PM ET/PT. Hosts Stephen Guarino, who’s gay, and Mike E. Winfield, who’s straight, agree, disagree, and determine to remonstrate on a week’s roundup of all from high enlightenment to low. This outlines a initial time that dual group of opposite passionate orientations and races have co-hosted a weekly radio uncover focused on their perspectives around a news of a day. For a hide look during a series, click here.
“By spotlighting any host’s graphic and waggish viewpoint, ‘The Straight Out Report’ not usually offers a uninformed viewpoint on a headlines and newsmakers of a day, though also underscores that comedy is a ideal device to stress a similarities and differences,” pronounced Pamela Post, Vice President of Programming of Logo TV.
Stephen Guarino is a comedian and actor who is best famous for personification Derrick in ABC’s “Finding Carter.” Guarino was a expel member of Logo TV’s blueprint comedy “The Big Gay Sketch Show,” and seemed in a film “Confessions of a Shopaholic.” ,” a purpose he now continues to play in NBC’s “Marry Me.” He also appears in MTV’s “
Mike E. Winfield done his comedic entrance on “The with David Letterman” and had a repeated purpose on NBC’s “The .”
“The Straight Out Report” will embody a guest coming any week from a star of amicable media who will join a hosts to hearten and ridicule a week’s online trends.
Together Guarino and Winfield will plead segments including:
Enough With The… – Topics that have been removing too many attention. News items, trends, fashions, memes, and anything else we’re ill and sleepy of conference about are satisfactory game.
The IT List – A discerning lie piece of a things that will be critical in cocktail culture, promulgation we into your weekend in a know.
Unintentional Gay Moment – Clips from stream news or repository of film, TV and a internet that spin out to be “unintentionally gay.”
THIS Was Actually On Television – Something that was promote to everybody everywhere and should never have been on TV.
Trendspotting – Mike and Steve riff on a equipment that were trending on Twitter this week.
Your New Best Friend – Our amicable media guest star names people they consider we should be friends with on Facebook or follow on Twitter.
Feud For Thought – The twitter by twitter relapse of Twitter’s many feuds.
Show-creator Adam de la Pena has created for shows including “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” “Crank Yankers,” “The Man Show,” and “Code Monkeys.” Pamela Post and Stevenson Greene offer as Executive Producers of “The Straight Out Report” for Logo TV.
For some-more information on “The Straight Out Report” (http://www.logotv.com/shows/the_straight_out_report/series.jhtml) and clips, go to LogoTV.com. For present “The Straight Out Report” news and exclusives, follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TheStraightOutReport or follow Logo on Twitter @LogoTV to join a #StraightOutReport conversation.
ABOUT LOGO TV:
Logo TV is a largest LGBT focused trendsetting party code that extends opposite television, digital and social. Featuring one-of-a-kind personalities and radical stories, Logo TV attracts a different assembly that’s meddlesome in staying in a forefront of cocktail culture. Launched in 2005, Logo TV is now in some-more than 52 million homes opposite a United States and permitted on a web around LogoTV.com, amicable platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, as good as a newly launched three-in-video app. Logo is partial of Viacom Music and Logo Group (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB) that facilities a register of renouned and rarely targeted brands that embody MTV, VH1 and CMT.