LOS ANGELES — "Cowboys4Angels," the male escort agency that ushered in the Showtime series “Gigolos,” announced the show's return for a sixth season, set to premiere March 17.
The series chronicles the lives of five of Cowboys4Angels' top earners as they hustle their adults-only services across Las Vegas hotel suites and suburban bedrooms. Company founder Garren James said he saw a unique opportunity to spotlight his employees' racy exploits — and friendly camaraderie — on camera.
"The original concept was to give viewers an inside peek into the lives of male Las Vegas escorts, but what happened with Gigolos was so much more," James said, who also serves as the show's creative consultant. "The show has become more focused around the men's personalities and friendships as they navigate their personal lives alongside their provocative careers."
“Gigolos” stars Brace Land, Nick Hawk, Vin Armani, Ash Armand and Bradley Lords who toil under the watchful eye of James, who oversees the day-to-day company operations and also manages Cowboys4Angels outposts in Los Angeles, Miami, Dallas and New York.
"There is a lot of work and skill that comes with the territory of a professional male companion," James added. The proprietor is a former model who launched Cowboys4Angels in 2008 specifically for the interests of women and couples. The agency has been featured on The Tyra Banks Show, 20/20, Nightline and The Dr. Phil Show.