From the preview footage, the series doesn't look campy or sensationalist, like most reality shows — and yet it's not quite a hard-hitting documentary — no earth-shattering discoveries are made.
As Troy Patterson writes for Slate, "Perhaps [a woman on the show] entered the series under the impression that it would explore human relationships with a degree of sobriety or try to say something halfway serious about sexual identity. Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys does have some pretensions to seriousness. Exposing them, it betrays its core triviality."
The folks involved aren't over-the-top enough for Real Housewives-type mayhem. The concept — straight women hanging out with gay men — isn't inherently dramatic, like Teen Mom. And there's no common goal, like on Project Runway or even The Biggest Loser. I found myself watching the footage and asking, what is the point? It's almost like Will And Grace never happened. Basically, the show could have been called Girls Like Boys Who Like Boys, So What?