Logo taps Border2Border for I’m a Stripper sequel

The U.S. cable network Logo has tapped the Montreal- and L.A.-based prodco to produce a follow-up to original documentary I'm a Stripper (pictured).
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U.S. cable network Logo has tapped Montreal- and L.A.-based Border2Border Entertainment to produce a second installment of I’m a Stripper. 

The first one-hour documentary ran during Logo’s 2013 spring slate of  ‘WHAT!? Docs’, and I’m a Stripper Too! will air on the strand this fall.

Production has begun in Ottawa, Canada, this week.

The first doc, which aired on OUTtv in Canada, looked at three men’s take on making a living as a stripper, and included a group of friends in Niagara, a man rebelling against his conservative background by dancing for men in Montreal, and the men behind the ‘Thunder from Down Under’ show in Las Vegas.

Border2Border Entertainment has partnered with Cineflix Rights to distribute I’m a Stripper internationally.