Meet the 6 Gay Men Rumored to Be on Logo’s New ‘Fire Island’ Reality Series

Meet the 6 Gay Men Rumored to Be on Logo’s New ‘Fire Island’ Reality Series

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Gay men of New York City are beginning to book their shares in Fire Island for the summer. Everyone is clamoring for the perfect house in the Pines or Cherry Grove to call home this summer for antics and ecstasy.

For six New Yorkers, their FI exploits were documented for the reality series Fire Island produced by Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos. Slated to be on Logo later this year, the series follows “a group of young, New York City professionals who leave behind the stress of their big city lives and escape to the magical sun-soaked oasis that is Fire Island Pines.”

Sounds dreamy, no?

The boys of ‘Fire Island’

Fire Island is an exciting new addition to Logo’s slate and perfectly complements the stories our audience craves,” said Pamela Post, SVP of Original Programing for Logo. “We’re thrilled to give it a home alongside yet another incredible season of intense competition on RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

How were the men picked? Rumor has it that Logo scouted the cast by fishing through Instagram hashtags. This would make sense because all of the men are easy on the eyes and already have quite a lot of followers. But will their personalities be big enough for on-camera drama and intrigue?

Logo hasn’t announced a premiere date for Fire Island or RuPaul’s Drag Race, which is supposed to begin in March. The cast of Fire Island also hasn’t officially been released, but we’re pretty sure we know exactly who is going to be on the series. The insta-hunks couldn’t help themselves from documenting their reality first on social media.

Meet the men we think are going to be on Logo’s Fire Island reality series:

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