Mélange is a NYC gay bar and the name of the upcoming soapy pilot, starring the legendary Morgan Fairchild.
The series, created by Tom D’Angora,
“will center on the fight over the ownership of an historic NYC gay bar, Mélange, after its proprietor has suddenly and mysteriously died.”
It will explore themes of sexuality, immigration, addiction, power, and inclusion.”
Say no more. We’re in!
Out actor Scott Evans stars as Ryann Parker as the young man trying to keep Mélange away from the deceased owner’s wife, Vivian Winchester played by Morgan Fairchild.
Fairchild rose to fame in the 70s and 80s, and is best known for her work on legendary nighttime soaps like Dallas, Falcon Crest, and Flamingo Road. A longtime HIV/AIDS activist, her other previous LGBTQ-themed projects include Shock to the System, A Perfect Ending, and eCupid.
Mélange marks the TV acting debut of the gay grandson of legendary actor Omar Sharif, Omar Sharif Jr. The series also features Anne Ramsey, Alex Newell and Perez Hilton.
Logo debuts the series’ first episode on their YouTube and Facebook this Wednesday, May 20 at 4pm. Here’s sneak peek.
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“And you thought quarantine was a bitch.” Get ready for the 🏳️🌈Dynasty. 🏳️🌈 The fiercely campy digital soap #Melange is landing, and Logo is presenting the pilot episode. Catch the drama Wednesday May 20th at 4pm ET 🎭 (🎥: @melangetheseries) With @morganfairchild1, @omarsharifjr, @scottevansgram, @thealexnewell, @perezhilton, and more! 😍