Start getting real

Are you ready for a new faux reality show called “Gayborhood”?

Every gayborhood has its own unique flair, and judging by Revry’s new show Gayborhood, Chicago’s is particularly colorful.

At least that’s the way it’s being portrayed in the totally-real-but-fake-reality show.

The six episode, full-length show is an over the top take on the current state of reality TV and queer culture – all seen through the lens of a wacky band of friends.

From narcissistic drag queens to sex addicts and “fish out of water” Midwest gay folk, you’re bound to identify with (and possibly be embarrassed for) someone in this oddball crew.

“We are super stoked to launch our 2017 lineup with the hilarious series, Gayborhood,” said Damian Pelliccione, Founder and CEO of Revry. “Colby and Sam are such great filmmakers and we can’t wait to bring their larger-than-life characters to our dedicated audience.”

Check out the trailer below, and head to Revry for more info on how to watch:

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  • Giuseppe

    LOLOLOLOLOLOL…NO, even for “fake reality” TV this is PAINFULLY unfunny. WHY would any network want to inflict this mess on an unsuspecting public??

  • dinard38

    Oh boy. Just what we need. Another show with stereotypical queens, drag queens, miss things, and a muscle queen. Let me set the DVR.


    • Josh447

      I second that emotion! Where are the magnets to erase SD cards when you need them.

  • fur_hunter

    How many years has the Gay Community tried to rid itself of stereotypes? I have a feeling this show is going to make gay people look like morons and idiots, on top of being flamboyant and outrageous. It makes me angry that something like this could make it look like ALL gay people are flaming queens, when that is NOT the case. If they made a show about real gay people, it would most likely be boring as Hell.

    • Josh447

      Nah, it would just be a challenge none are talented enough to take.

  • jhon_siders

    How about one about me Im a older Muscle bear that gets up at 5;30 AM drives a 1 ton dually to work gets into his dump truck to haul material to the job sites and the tear out to the dump or into the lowboy loads a dozer or track hoe a loader or what ever they need haul it to the site unload and operate said machine all day gets off work about 5 takes truck back to yard goes home to my metal fab shop works a couple of hours until partner comes out (he works IT from home ) yells at me to get a shower and dinner is ready eat then soak in hottub a bit to bed we are at about 10 PM repeat cycle 5 or 6 days a week ! lets be real for a change !!

    • Jack Meoff

      Damn jhon where have you been all my life.

  • Mr-DJ

    Big fat NO! Even the trailer was more than I could handle. I thought trailers were supposed to ‘entice’ people to watch a show. It’s even worse than all those “A-List” shows that were barely “D-Listers”.

  • J.T.

    Please spare me from this. I’ll watch most anything instead of this crap. Even Queer as Folk and Will and Grace, but not the A List.

  • Spike

    So in all fairness to this POS show, what reality show doesn’t promote the most negative stereotype of the ‘community’ being represented on the show? Why should one about a group of stereotypical gays be any different?

  • surreal33

    Amen…looks like we are finally calling BULLSHIT to the backward, insulting, inane, caricatures of gay men and women!!!

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