Noahs Arc

Runtime : 25 mins

Genre : Drama Comedy

Vote Rating : 6.3/10

Last Episode To Air: 04 October 2006

Network : Logo

Plot : Noah's Arc is an American cable television dramedy. The series, which predominantly features gay black and Latino characters, focused on many socially relevant issues, including same sex dating, same-sex marriage, same-sex parenthood, HIV and AIDS awareness, infidelity, promiscuity, homophobia, gay bashing. It ran from October 19, 2005, to October 4, 2006. After its cancellation, a film was produced entitled Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom, which was released theatrically in 2008.

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