As mentioned by some, this season of Greenlight has some serious potential. Of course, at the time of this writing it is now 4 episodes old, so we’ve got some catching up to do. Some changes are in place for this, the third season of Greenlight. Miramax has shifted the blame – er, responsibility – to it’s subsidiary, Dimension Films. HBO, apparently intent on showing only quality original programming, also dumped the cursed show so it is now seen on Bravo. The channel change means that the show will have no more nudity and no more cursing yet will retain all the suck we’ve come to expect. Hooray.
Bravo has quickly become the channel for “alternative” (a.k.a. gay) programming. I’m not sure when this shift occurred, but I’m thinking the endless hours of the Cirque de Soleil played some part. Before we knew it, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, Blowout, Boy Meets Boy, Manhunt, and Project Runway caused the boys from Provincetown to Greenwich Village to squeal with delight. Staying true to Bravo’s preferred demographic, gay couple Ben Affleck and Matt Damon return once again to give star power to this nearly all male “cast” of writers, directors, producers, and Dimension honchos. Mmmmmm, “honchos.”