The boys are back! Season six of ‘Gigolos,’ starring Nick Hawk (http://www.nickhawkexplicit.com), launches March 17 at 11:00 PM ET/PT on Showtime.
‘Gigolos’ chronicles the lives and the camaraderie of Cowboys4Angels.com top earners. The show has become one of Showtime’s top television shows. “We have turned the show into more of an adult comedy than anything and I’m happy to make people laugh,” said Nick Hawk. Due to the fresh and innovative cast each season and growing popularity of the show, ‘Gigolos’ is already in talks for season 7 and 8.
The Showtime series is heading back to Las Vegas to spotlight the sultry, salacious antics and this season is the most outrageous yet. Expect the same patented crazy, hilarious situations that only ‘Gigolos’ can deliver. Fulfilling their clients’ ultimate fantasies are always a priority, but now, they’re all just as focused on making their own personal desires come true.
In season 6, episode 2 titled ‘Arts & Shafts’, Nick will be illustrating his first ever art exhibition on the show from his original collection, Sensual Elements Series, which is currently for sale on his website.
He is also releasing his latest single, ‘Breakin’ A Sweat’, on March 17. This new track ties in perfectly with his renowned tagline on ‘Gigolos’ on the show’s opening credits: “I break a sweat six days a week.”
Nick recently released his video for ‘We Fight’, which features some of his martial arts expertise, is attracting play on numerous independent music video channels across the country. Hawk is also currently collaborating with producer Ronnie King who has achieved success with such diverse artists as Snoop Dogg, Tupac Shakur and The Offspring.
From his small town roots in Madison, WI, Nick Hawk has been working tirelessly to transform himself from a lower middle class kid into an international celebrity who counts a four year tour in the military, graduated college with an English major focused on creative writing, then headed west to Hollywood where we started his company ExplicitStrippers.com. He studied acting and hosting for five years before accepting his role on ‘Gigolos.’