Noah No More?
Hmmm...if it's true, it may be just as well. While the production values and acting improved measureably the second season, the Logo sudser suffered from increasingly over-the-top storylines and the unrelateability of the characters. The show seemed to veer from creator Patrik-Ian Polk's personable, real-life experiences to his outlandish, self-indulgent fantasies. I mean, have you sold a screenplay or bedded an internationally famous actor/rapper lately? And the all-too-typical gaybashing sequence this season had me rolling my eyes - not the desired reaction the writers intended, I'm sure.
Hopefully, a movie would ground the show a bit and wrap things up nicely. In any case, it's sad to see Noah go.