oah's Arc is over, y'all. There is no third season. (I've been getting lots of questions about that lately, so I figured I would address it one more time.) Go on about your business."
Noah's Arc lead actor Darryl Stephens has decided to make this point crystal clear on his Facebook page, leading to an outpouring of dismay from fans - including this one - who have clung on to the hope of a third season.
The sad truth is that a third season was, until recently, very much a reality.
In cancelling Noah's Arc after season two, Logo disappointed a large audience hungry for some variation in GBLT representation on the small screen. Noah's Arc was groundbreaking: A gay drama series about black and mixed race (and one Latino) men.
Despite the cancellation - which, by all accounts, was a financially motivated decision (so-called reality TV is cheaper to produce than scripted drama) - Logo commissioned a very successful one-off movie. Jumping The Broom resolved season two's cliffhanger, tied up a few loose ends, and introduced a new character.
The success of Jumping The Broom led to Logo exploring the options for a third season, which would have seen some major changes to the mix. But the failure to get Season Three off the ground - despite the principle actors signing up - is down to one person.
Not the network.
Not the actors.
The individual in question has let down the fans, and the black gay community in particular. His name is mud within the industry, yet with the fans he retains his halo - and that's a shame, because they deserve the truth.
Hopefully, one day, that truth will come out.