'The L Word' Cast & Creator Visit the White House for Lesbian Visibility Week
- “For so many people in our community The L Word’s impact cannot be understated."
Rosanny Zayas Goes Over The Sexually Explorative SHOWTIME Drama, "The L Word: Generation Q"
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‘The L-Word: Generation Q’ Canceled After 3 Seasons, Possible Reboot of Original Series in the Works
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‘The L Word: Generation Q’ Canceled by Showtime After Three Seasons; Reboot of Original Series With Ilene Chaiken in Development
“The L Word: Generation Q” has been canceled at Showtime after three seasons, but a reboot of the original series is in the works, Variety has confirmed. Despite “Generation Q’s” cancellation, the “L Word” franchise may still live on as there is a reboot of the original 2004 series, which ran for six seasons, in […]Thanks for your feedback!
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‘The L Word: Generation Q’ Canceled After 3 Seasons
A reboot of The L Word is in development though.Thanks for your feedback!
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Katherine Moennig and Leisha Hailey Reveal All on ‘The L Word: Gen Q’ Season 3
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/Paramount+Here they are: Shane McCutcheon and Alice Pieszecki, right in front of this reporter—or, OK, their portrayers Katherine Moennig and Leisha Hailey—a few weeks after the celebrated musical episode of The L Word: Generation Q dared to posit the question—or tantalizing possibility—of the two best friends getting together after so many years of them absolutely, totally not. The looks on the characters’ faces in that scene said it all: NoThanks for your feedback!
'The L Word: Generation Q' Bridges The Gap Between Millennials And Gen X
The potential for ageist snark was high. Instead, we're seeing younger, new characters bond with their older counterparts — and root for each other.Thanks for your feedback!
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The L Word: Generation Q Gets Premiere Date & Plenty of Queer Guests
Season 3 of The L Word: Generation Q is have 10 episodes.Thanks for your feedback!
The L Word: Generation Q Promotes [Spoiler] to Series Regular, Adds 4 Including Margaret Cho
Season 3 of The L Word: Generation Q will feature much more of Jamie Clayton, who has been upped to series regular in her role as bar manager Tess Van De Berg, TVLine has learned. Clayton — whose credits also include Sense8 and Designated Survivor — has recurred throughout the L Word revival’s previous two […]Thanks for your feedback!
‘The L Word’: Generation Q’ Season 3: Margaret Cho, Joey Lauren Adams & Joanna Cassidy To Guest Star; Jamie Clayton Upped to Series Regular
Margaret Cho (The Flight Attendant, Hacks), Joey Lauren Adams (Chasing Amy, Grey’s Anatomy), and Joanna Cassidy (Blade Runner, Six Feet Under) are set to guest star on Showtime’s The L Word: Generation Q for Season 3. In addition, Jamie Clayton has been upped to series regular returning as Tess, the bar manager at Dana’s who […]Thanks for your feedback!
‘The L Word: Generation Q’ Renewed For Season 3 By Showtime
The L Word: Generation Q will be back for another go-round. Showtime has renewed the sequel to the groundbreaking LGBTQ series for a 10-episode third season for premiere later this year. Created by Ilene Chaiken, The L Word: Generation Q follows a group of LGBTQ friends in Los Angeles as they experience love, heartbreak, sex, […]Thanks for your feedback!
‘L Word: Generation Q’ Renewed for Season 3 at Showtime
“The L Word: Generation Q” has been renewed for Season 3 at Showtime, Variety has learned. The second season of the followup to “The L Word” aired between August and October 2021. Like the second season, the third will consist of 10 episodes. It is expected to air on Showtime later in 2022. The series […]Thanks for your feedback!