By Mandi Bierly
Updated January 31, 2011 at 12:00 PM EST

Today, Logo announced five shows it is developing. I’ll list them below so you can read about the expansion of the RuPaul’s Drag Race dynasty and the show Sarah Silverman is exec producing. For me, the clear standout is Queen of Harts, from Peter Marc Jacobson, co-creator and producer of The Nanny. It’s described in the release as, “a multi-camera comedy series about a struggling hairdresser who disguises himself as a woman in order to land a job as a nanny for a former ’80s rock star’s family.” Seriously, this is the perfect comedy: You get a man in drag + an ’80s rock star + Nanny humor. (Don’t even try to pretend I’m the only one who’s gotten sucked into multiple episodes on Nick at Nite and TV Land.)

So many questions: Which ’80s star should play the rocker? (Christopher Atkins? Scott Baio?) How long should he keep his true identity a secret? Will the kids find out together, or will they find out one at a time? (You know Dad will be the last to know so we can keep some sexual tension.) Weigh in below, and let’s hope we at least get to pilot stage on this one. Other shows on Logo’s development slate include:

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