Gay men, who have arguably been the lifeblood of «The Real Housewives» fanbase, are finally getting a drama-filled reality show they can call their own.

On Thursday, MTV announced that it will launch on January 20 “The Real Friends of WeHo,” which will follow six gay friends living in Los Angeles’ main gay neighborhood, West Hollywood.

“If you like wives, check out these new housewives,” says a narrator in the trailer, in what appeared to be a nod to Bravo’s “Real Housewives” franchise. (NBC News and Bravo are owned by NBCUniversal.)

The show’s cast includes celebrity hairstylist Brad Goreski, singer-choreographer Todrick Hall, actor Curtis Hamilton, businessman Dorión Renaud, TV host (and husband of «Mean Girls» star Jonathan Bennett) Jaymes Vaughan and Entrepreneur Joey Zauzig.

MTV said the show will give viewers an «up close and personal look» into the lives of the six friends as they celebrate life milestones, «work the red carpet» and «reveal their innermost truths to family and friends.» «.

“In a town and community where image and status are everything, they are ready to pull back the curtain on Hollywood and reveal their truest identity not only to each other but to the world,” the network said in a press release.

Goreski, who began her career as a television personality on Bravo’s «The Rachel Zoe Project,» celebrated the announcement in an Instagram post.

«Dad is Coming to MTV!» Goreski wrote. «I can’t wait for you to meet my friends!»

But not all social media users were looking forward to the debut.

“Went ahead and preemptively muted ‘weho’s real friends’ from my timeline,” one Twitter user wrote.

Another person tweeted«Thing is, ‘WeHo’s True Friends’ feels like the title of a snl parody sketch.»

LGBTQ advocate and journalist Alex Berg unabashedly wrote«I have been distracted from one national crisis, the House Speaker vote, by another national crisis, ‘The Real Friends of WeHo.'» But she added later«I’ll also be honest and say that I’ll probably be watching the show.»

“The Real Friends of WeHo” premieres January 20 on MTV at 9 pm ET/8 pm CT.