Interior designer Robert Sepulveda Jr., has been the featured bachelor for the first season, which concludes with the season finale on November 3rd and a reunion on November 10th. The announcement comes just two weeks after one of the highest rated episodes to date which drew a 22% increase in overall viewers from its season average and up 9% above the week prior.
Season to date and across all platforms, “Finding Prince Charming” has reached 3.4 million plus viewers.
night New York premiere of the Weinstein Company’s drama “Carol,” Cate Blanchett took her time to advocate that a love story between two women set in the 1950s is not meant to be a lesbian love story but, simply, a love story.
“To me, the film is about the power of falling in love.
Lesbian relationships are even more touché than male ones, for the exact same reason there is female inequality in films in the first place.That doesn’t change if you are gay or heterosexual. Based on the 1952 novel “The Price of Salt” by Patricia Highsmith, “Carol” is about a glamorous 1950s New Jersey housewife (Blanchett), who falls for a young New York department store clerk (Mara) in the midst of a bitter divorce and begins a romance — jeopardizing her motherhood.“What I loved about the movie was that nobody seemed to be undone about their gayness,” said Paulson, who plays Blanchett’s friend and confidante.The success of “Finding Prince Charming” and “Ru Paul’s Drag Race All Stars” has also led Logo to its highest rated Thursday night in network history.The first-of-its-kind journey to find love is hosted by Lance Bass and features interior designer, Robert Sepulveda Jr.