Russell T. Davies, the creator of Queer of Folk, is working on two new drama series “exploring 21st century gay life.”

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Davies, who is credited with reviving the Doctor Who series franchise, has signed a deal with BBC's Channel 4 for two new dramas, Cucumber and Banana, and a webseries, Tofu. Cucumber and Banana will be about the “passions and pitfalls of 21st century gay life,” while Tofu will be “an anarchic online guide to sex … inspired by the dramas.”

All three of the shows' names are references to the male erection, Davies explained.

“I once read about a scientific institute which had studied the male erection. It divided the hard-on into four categories, from soft to hard. One, tofu. Two, peeled banana. Three, banana. And four, cucumber. Right there and then, I knew I had my drama. And it's a joy to be back with Channel 4 and [UK production banner] RED to tell these stories,” Davies said.

The 8-episode Cucumber follows Henry as his “old life shatters, and his new one begins.”

Banana “will follow the lives of characters orbiting around Henry” in Cucumber. Eight episodes are also planned for Banana.

Both shows are expected to premiere sometime next year.