Logo’s “Bachelor”-style dating show “Finding Prince Charming” has released its first look at the upcoming season.
Robert Sepúlveda Jr., a 33-year old former fashion model and interior designer, lives in Atlanta and runs his own luxury design firm. Sepúlveda Jr. isn’t just a pretty face but also the founder of Atlanta Rainbow Crosswalks, an LGBT civil arts project.
Naturally, the stakes are high for 13 suitors to win his heart. One by one the men will be eliminated until Sepúlveda Jr. picks one person to be in an exclusive relationship. But it won’t be easy. In the trailer, Sepúlveda Jr. admits he may be falling in love “with several of the guys.”
A reality dating show also wouldn’t be complete without plenty of fights and one person threatening to call the police.
The show appears to be about more than just finding love and drama, but also about the visibility and solidarity of the gay community as a whole.
“We are part of something so much bigger,” one man says in the trailer. “Every gay man understands what it’s like to be an underdog. We need each other more than ever.”
The show, hosted by Lance Bass, premieres Thursday, Sept. 8 at 9 p.m. on Logo.