The company that produces Logo's abominable "gay housewives" show The A-List is branching out to other cities. Watch out, Dallas and Los Angeles, producers are on the hunt for your vapid queens.

True Entertainment, the company that's also responsible for Bravo's Real Housewives of Atlanta, will be holding casting calls in both Dallas and LA, we hear, as it looks for gorgeous, vacant, and vindictive homosexuals to appear in versions of The A-List in those cities. Whether or not the spin-offs actually air probably depends on the quality of the cast. We're sure that West Hollywood has enough wannabe models for a few episodes, especially considering several of The A-List's New York cast members (like Reichen Lehmkuhl and Mike Ruiz) moved to NYC from the West Coast just to appear on the show. But Dallas? Really?

The fact that they're looking to turn this into a franchise must mean that The A-List is a hit for Logo. (The network is too small to have its ratings calculated by Nielsen, so we're not sure how many people actually watch the show.) But anecdotally, we can tell you that lots of gay people are watching, though almost all of them claim to hate it. When we reached Gawker's A-List recappers Dustin and Jayden, their only comment was, "Girl" (SNAPS!).

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