The American continent may be having trouble including gays and lesbians in their legal gamut, but the television industry is all set to cash in on the gay-lesbian community by starting a complete show with them Under The Boardwalk (for the time being) based on the same format as the much loved 'Jersey Shore' show.
The show’s USP will be that ten gays and lesbians will be part of it and try to live in a house at the same shore. The hunt will be taken from all over the country, but the number of contestants here will be more than eight. The show will be shot in Atlantic City later this year according to producers.
One can expect a lot more drama in this version of the show as the communities involved have a complete different lifestyle and behaviour pattern. The show’s promo see a girl saying that the show would be worth watching out for, given the intensity of feelings it sparks in the lesbian community.
No doubt, the show is a big platform for these communities to come out in the open in. And if this is not enough, a spin off has also been announced in England, where twelve candidates from Newcastle only will be fighting it out in the same home.