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Noah's Arc (2005)

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The show revolves around the lives of four black gay friends living in Los Angeles. It premiered in October 2005 on the Logo cable-television network, quickly becoming the network's most popular program. Season one was filmed in Los Angeles, while season two was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

The show rose from humble beginnings. The pilot was produced independently, and to assist in funding each episode, the show was originally envisioned as a DVD subscription series. During the filming of the pilot episode, Rodney Chester - who portrays Alex in the show - used his own truck as a makeshift hair, make-up and dressing room. After the pilot episode was well received at film festivals and independent screenings, Logo decided to make it into a series. Some scenes from the original pilot were either re-shot or removed for airing on Logo. The opening credits theme song is "Remember The Love" by Adriana Evans.

In the summer of 2008, BET's spin-off cable television channel BET J broadcast the entire series. The show's creator, Patrik-Ian Polk, announced the broadcast schedule via MySpace.

Noah's Arc was the network's highest-rated original series, however, shortly after the season two cliffhanger finale aired, Logo announced that the series had been cancelled. The network was surprised by the negative reaction of viewers to the show's cancellation, and stated that the series may return if the planned motion picture proved successful. Two years later, Noah Arc: Jumping the Broom, opened in theaters in limited release. It entered the chart at number thirty-four with an opening weekend gross of $151,337. It had a per screen average of over $30,000, reaching second place on the top per screen average rankings list for that weekend. It narrowly missed the number-one slot, which was taken by the Clint Eastwood film Changeling. The film earned a total domestic gross of $532,878 during its theatrical run.



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