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That’s because Robert is boring, and so is Finding Prince Charming.After three episodes, none of these guys seem actually into him—except the guy sent home at the end of episode two. Sure, it has drunken drama, including Sam spitting on Dillon in a rage.(Str8Up Gay Porn has filed a counter-notice, and now Sepulveda has 10 days to sue for copyright infringement, which creates the odd situation where he would be forced to prove in court that he owns the copyright on photos he wants to be removed from the web site.) Most recently, in a now-deleted Instagram post, Robert threatened to sue “cyberbullies,” though the gay blog Towleroad points out that he was just being criticized and shamed for his past behavior, and “found no evidence that Mr.Sepulveda’s attackers have put him in fear for his safety or caused him substantial emotional harm.” All of that legal drama is a lot more interesting than anything that happened on the series.It’s a mixed bag of prospects, ranging from Sam, a Midwesterner with his own fitness company, to Charlie, a Wisconsin manny who’s been single for 26 years.Logo will launch a new gay dating show, "Finding Prince Charming," this fall.
Later, Robert and his lawyer used copyright law to get the site’s host to remove photos, including from his escorting profile, though there are pictures still published by Queer Click.
If you missed the first season of “Finding Prince Charming” you can always watch it online.
Or you can wait for season two: The show has been picked up for a second season and casting is currently underway.
The Lance Bass-hosted series (premiering Thursday, Sept.
8 at 9/8c) dropped its first trailer on Thursday, introducing potential viewers to 33-year-old interior designer Robert Sepulveda Jr., who’s hoping to find the love of his life amidst the show’s batch of 13 eligible gentlemen.