Noah’s Arc, a beloved two-season drama series chronicling the lives and relationships of four Black gay men that ran from 2005-2006, is officially returning to the small screen in 2023!
Director Patrik-Ian Polk shared the news while accepting his Lifetime Achievement Award at the second annual SpeakOut “I AM” Awards in D.C. last night, according to Gaye Magazine.
“I am very happy to confirm that there is, indeed, more Noah’s Arc coming,” announced Polk to a mass of cheers. “And it is coming this year.”
The original cast — Darryl Stephens (Noah), Jensen Atwood (Wade), Christian Vincent (Ricky), and Rodney Chester (Alex) — were all in attendance at the awards ceremony to celebrate Polk’s achievement. Only missing was Doug Spearman (Chance), who sent in a heartfelt video in his absence to thank Polk for his legacy in both the industry and within his career.
Noah's Arc star Darryl Stephens then took to Twitter over the weekend to share the good news with fans, stating that the project would be a movie for MTV.
The show, which can be streamed on Logo, broke ground for focusing on the love lives and relationships of Black gay men during a time where there was still not very much representation for LGBTQ+ people of color in media.
Noah's Arc is available to watch on YouTube and Logo.