‘Trend’ hits big for RTL

Gay news mag rates high with latenight auds

BERLIN — RTL Television’s new gay magazine program, “Anders Trend,” has conquered latenight auds.

Monday’s premiere episode attracted 2.05 million viewers and an 18% market share for its 11 p.m. timeslot.

The show’s producers were quick to announce that the show, whose title means “Another Trend,” will continue on the commercial web. It’s not Germany’s first gay-oriented show, but it is the only one currently on the air.

The first episode high-lighted violence against homosexuals and looked at working and professional gay men in Germany and the kind of impact their sexuality has in the workplace.

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