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Who needs a productive Friday when Daria's on Logo right now?

—MTV's Daria Facebook, April 20 2011,

Logo is a television network owned by Viacom devoted to airing programming that reflected the needs of members of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender communities. In 2010, in promotion of the release of Daria: The Complete Animated Series, Logo aired several episodes of Daria. Episodes were relatively unedited, although copies of the episodes used came from the DVD release (with substituted music), and a stock credit sequence was used. Before the broadcast, consultation on episodes of the program that would be friendly to Gay and Lesbian communities with the Daria community was undertaken on the Paperpusher's Message Board through DVDaria organizer Kara Wild.

It has since aired episodes infrequently throughout 2010, and on 13th December 2010 there was a marathon of Season 1 episodes. From late January 2011, the show began an inclusion in a Tuesday comedy block, with episodes going up to Season 3.

Fans have wondered if the channel will (or can) ever broadcast "Is It Fall Yet?", due to the presence of Alison.

On July 29 2011, the President for MTV Networks Music and Logo Group, Van Toffler, was asked about a potential return of Daria; he said that the show had "done quite well" on Logo, and because of that they'd talked to "the creators" about the chances of new Daria. [1]

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