“Noah’s Arc” alum Darryl Stephens to return to Logo Oct. 24 as part of the cast of new series “DTLA”
Just as I’m finally accepting that Noah’s Arc is really never coming back (I’m still mystified as to why that show did not get as third season!), there is cause for Darryl Stephens fans to celebrate.
The man who played Noah on the Logo series is returning to the LGBT cable network as a cast member of the ensemble drama DLTA.
DTLA, which stands for Downtown Los Angeles, will have a season of eight episodes. The show revolves around the relationships and sex lives of eight friends who work and live in downtown Los Angeles, some who are gay.
The show is from Larry Kennar who also produced Showtime’s long-running lesbian drama The L Word. Also in the cast are Oscar nominee Melanie Griffin, comedienne Sandra Bernhard and one of my all-time faves William McNamara (Doing Time on Maple Drive, Beggars and Choosers), among others.
The show has also been acquired by on Out TV Canada. It marks the first time a Kickstarter-funded TV series has landed both US and foreign distribution.