Who said there's enough crap on reality TV!? Here TV has announced that the long-awaited reality show featuring the Broke Straight Boys will finally air later this month. The eight-episode series, which is being described as a combination of MTV's The Real World and Bravo's Real Housewives franchise, will take an inside look at the gay-for-pay models who work at the popular Web site and live together in a sprawling McMansion. "We are thrilled to be partnering with Here TV to give viewers a peek behind the curtain," executive producer Mark Erickson says in a press release. "Their expertise and commitment to this programming makes them the perfect fit for this series."
One look at the latest trailer (above) reveals a hot mess in the making. Paul Canon, Damien Kyle, Kaden Alexander, Sergio Valen and other no-name talent cavort shirtless, appear to be wasted and one even "bangs a chick in the closet." How fitting! Broke Straight Boys: The Reality Series kicks off on the gay subscription channel with a special one-hour episode on Friday, December 19. For more information, visit here.tv. In the meantime, you can check out the Broke Straight Boys hard-core work here.