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October 23, 2014

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Showtime’s ‘Gigolos’ set in Las Vegas is renewed for Season 6

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Bradley Lords, Ash Armand, Brace Land, Vin Armani and Nick Hawk of Showtime’s “Gigolos” set in Las Vegas.

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Bradley Lords, Nick Hawk, Vin Armani, Ash Armand and Brace Land of Showtime’s "Gigolos" set in Las Vegas.

Gigolos WARNING: Adult content

The love affair between Las Vegas and reality TV shows continues unabated, and our “Gigolos” on Showtime just won a green light for a sexy Season 6. The 10th episode finale of Season 5 airs tonight.

Producer and Las Vegas resident Marklen Kennedy told me: “The ratings have been stronger than any previous episodes, and we’re very excited to start filming Season 6 in the very near future.

“ ‘Gigolos’ has been a fantastic contribution to the demographic footprint of the reality vein in our city. With ‘Pawn Stars,’ ‘Restoration’ and ‘Counting Cars,’ just to name three other shows, Las Vegas is now a virtual cornucopia of transitory repeating characters and storylines. It proves that Las Vegas is great for creativity and observational cinema, with even more room to grow.

“There are several other series in development in their final stages that are going to open up an even broader microscope into the inner working of the characters that make our town shake, rattle and hum. It’s very, very exciting when three 7’s line up for a jackpot win.

“It’s always a win-win for everyone. ‘Gigolos’ is now broadcast in seven countries and languages, and our merchandising has become world famous.”

Season 5 ends with a bang for the studs of “Gigolos,” as you can see in this parental- discretion-advised scene from tonight’s finale.

Robin Leach has been a journalist for more than 50 years and has spent the past decade giving readers the inside scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum playground.

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