This spring, Logo, the entertainment network for gays, lesbians and their families and friends, takes viewers behind closed doors of real-life therapy sessions where all is revealed — except the identities of the participants and their therapists — in the over-the-top new puppet series Felt. Produced from real recorded sex therapy and couples therapy sessions with their consent, Felt takes actual clients’ voices and puts them into the mouths of puppets for an effect that’s hilarious, shocking, blush-worthy and sometimes even heart-warming. Each episode will follow the stories of several puppet couples, both gay and straight, as they work through their sex and relationship issues. Comprised of eight, 30-minute episodes, Felt premieres at a special time, Monday, May 6 at 10:30 PM ET/PT before moving to its regular timeslot, Mondays at 10 PM ET/PT on Logo TV.
From discussions on the therapist’s couch to intimacy exercises in the bedroom, nothing is off limits as our fuzzy friends work on their relationship challenges. Hilarious, audacious, and just-the-right-kind-of-wacky, these puppets convey the most vulnerable of emotions better than any human could. It’s a show so captivating, with emotions so real, they can only be Felt.
“By utilizing puppets, Felt showcases real stories in a way that has never been done before and allows identities to remain concealed while stories are revealed,” said Brent Zacky, Senior Vice President, Original Programming and Development, Logo. “These are highly relatable and sometimes uncomfortable moments made more accessible through the comedic interpretation of these amazingly talented puppeteers.”