Somehow we missed all talk of this completely until today, so we’re making sure you do not suffer that same problem by telling you now why you should be watching the exciting new gameshow Gay For Play!
Another show starring RuPaul, with his right hand lady Michelle Visage on standby, yes please! Their latest venture is a 30-minute game show where lucky contestants can win up to $5000 in cash and prizes with the help of an all-star panel!
Yes, I know $5000 is quite a low figure for modern game shows but what can you expect for Logo, a network with a shoe-string budget. Plus, do we really care about how much the contestants walk away with? Or if they win anything at all? The fun is in the viewing.
A mix of the ever-popular Snatch Game and the classical Hollywood Squares, this new series sees six LGBT and ally celebs on a panel ready to assist two competitors battle it out until the finale where one will walk away with some product promoted prizes and with some luck and fist full of cash.
Unlike usual trivia shows, the questions here are actually answer-able as they revolve entirely around typical gay culture. Categories include: Madonna, The Golden Girls and naming male celebrity butts. Honestly, just everything that will make us feel like genius’.
With a rotating list of celebrity helpers from Todrick Hall to Amber Rose to past Drag Race queens, we’re always excited as to who will appear next and what witty quips they will come out with next.
If all that was not enough to get you engines whirring there is also a whole new pit crew for you to drool over as they come out to dance between commercial breaks and introduce the grand prizes toward the end of the show. A fitting twist on the usually objectifies ladies.
Beginning April 11th there are now three episodes at the ready for you to binge on and decide if you enjoy, trust me you will, from now new episodes air on Logo every Monday so don’t miss it! It’s important to give gay-centric shows all the ratings and streams we can!
“You don’t have to be gay to play,” RuPaul says. “But it sho do help!”