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No more ‘Sordid Lives’

Written By: Trey April 14, 2009 One Comment

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POPWIRED REPORTS — Producer and writer Del Shores announced Monday that the rumored production for Season 2 of popular LOGO tv show, ‘Sordid Lives: The Series’ will not be going any further until situations are straighten out. In a facebook message to his fans he said:

Friends: I fought a good, hard fight, but at this time, there will be no Season 2 of “Sordid Lives: The Series” and I have no answer about Season 1 DVD. It is all a big f***ing mess that I can’t discuss at this time, but someday, you will know everything. I will continue to write and hopefully entertain you. I appreciate your loyalty and support. You have no idea! Please come see me while I’m on the road! And if you want to message me, feel free to — search for Del Shores. Love you all. Del Shores

The future of ‘Sordid Lives’ came under speculation as rumors grew regarding the alleged financial trouble of the LOGO network and the delayed production of its season two.

Not everything is gloomy though. Jason Dottley, Del Shores’ husband, recently jumped into the music business and has gone on small tours around the gay bars in the U.S. Dottley will also be starring in an upcoming movie, ‘Tainted Love,’ which begins filming in late May.

http://www.popwired.com/2009/04/emthis-inem-byebye-sordid-lives/

One Comment »

  • Patricia Brook said:

    I am so sorry to hear that there won’t be anymore Sordid Lives. I really loved that show. It would be nice to see it made into a movie. I wish all the cast God Blessings. I really hope and pray they all return to the show. I loved all of them. I have really missed the show. God Bless them all.

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