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Wednesday, January 24, 2007


Noah's Arc Goes Under

One of the most entertaining comedies on network television, Noah's Arc, has been canceled by its network LOGO after only two seasons. The story and characters will reportedly be spun off into a feature film, to be directed by series creator Patrik-Ian Polk, who broke the news today on his MySpace blog. (His confirmation on the end of the series is made in the comments.) One hopes that the film will wrap up the loose ends, including the on-again, off-again romance between screenwriters Noah and Wade.

Often compared to Sex and the City, the groundbreaking series -- the first ever to deal with the lives of black gay men as its primary storyline, featuring recurring appearances by well known stars like Wilson Cruz (My So Called Life) and Keith Hamilton Cobb (Andromeda) -- has been one of the network's rating success stories, which makes the cancellation surprising.

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