Season two began airing on July 25, 2011, and consists of 12 one-hour episodes.
The entire original cast returned along with one new cast member.
The season picked up several months after where the first season left off.
Entertainment Weekly and touched upon the possible cultural significance of the series.
Derek tells Reichen about it and he confronts Austin at Ryan's party.
The guys are shocked to learn that Austin has been keeping his boyfriend of two years a secret and that they are engaged.
Reichen explained in his legal docs, "I don't like my last name.
On January 18, 2011, Logo announced a second season for the series.
Recent speculation that the pair had broken up began after Bass was spotted without Lehmkuhl at a party on Friday at Pure Nightclub in Las Vegas.
EW reflected on the outrage that some in the LGBT community have expressed about the image of gay men the series projects, answering that criticism by noting that other reality series including The Real Housewives franchise are not viewed with the expectation that its participants are representative of the class as a whole.
Salon, while suggesting that the series is a source of "constant indignation" to viewers, nonetheless finds The A-List: New York to be "riveting" television and "a surprisingly thought-provoking reminder of how much representations of gay men on TV have changed and how gay identity is turning into a kind of consumer bracket rather than an act of self-expression".
“He did it all on his own and I just stood by and supported him.
Season 4 ' Amazing Race' winner Reichen Lehmkuhl can't stand his last name because it's too hard to pronounce ...