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by Kelvin Hayes
Introducing the world's first mainstream gay music group. The series follows six gay-identified music artists of different ethnicities and backgrounds who will form a group in an experiment that is the first of its kind.
In the beginning, there will be a unique audition process in which producers of the show will narrow down six finalists from the many contestants that show up to a City-wide (or Nation-wide) audition which will be shown in the pilot episode (and maybe a few episodes after that depending on how many hopefuls show up).
The final six audition finalists will then be gathered in a house for one month, which is all the time they get in order to put together a full show for industry execs in an attempt to score a record deal. Weekly visits from various Industry Insiders will teach the group how to better their craft in songwriting, composing, producing, image tips, how to handle themselves in the public eye, and perfoming on stage in which they will interpret in their own way to help them give birth to their own sound, style, and image in high preparation for their big show that could potentially become their big break!
The story of each virtually unknown artist and their struggle up until this point will also be highlighted along with the drama and antics that come along with the creative process and how the housemates are able to work together.
With all the fun to be had and colorful characters to be introduced, one thing is for certain, history will be made with the making of this series.
Due to the fact that the concept of this series is fresh and new, the First Season of the show will be relatively short, although Season Two will follow a more regular-lengthed format of a TV Season.
Season Two will follow the gay group after they have successfully secured a record deal from the Season One Finale as they are on their way to becoming represented artists with a label. The recording of their first album, the shooting of their first music video, and performing for live audiences at various events will be documented in the Second Year of the Series.
Created by Kelvin Hayes
Reality TV Series / Half-hour
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