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The L Word: Generation Q 

TV-MA | | Drama | TV Series (2019– )
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Groundbreaking drama series The L Word® revolutionized a generation. This fall the highly anticipated sequel The L Word®: Generation Q debuts. Returning cast Jennifer Beals, Kate Moennig and Leisha Hailey will resume their original roles.
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Jennifer Beals ...  Bette Porter 8 episodes, 2019-2020
Katherine Moennig ...  Shane McCutcheon 8 episodes, 2019-2020
Leisha Hailey ...  Alice Pieszecki 8 episodes, 2019-2020
Arienne Mandi ...  Dani Nunez 8 episodes, 2019-2020
Sepideh Moafi ...  Gigi 8 episodes, 2019-2020
Leo Sheng ...  Micah Lee 8 episodes, 2019-2020
Jacqueline Toboni ...  Sarah Finley 8 episodes, 2019-2020
Rosanny Zayas ...  Sophie Suarez 8 episodes, 2019-2020
Stephanie Allynne ...  Natalie 'Nat' Bailey 8 episodes, 2019-2020
Freddy Miyares ...  Jose Garcia 7 episodes, 2019-2020
Julian Edwards ...  Eli 7 episodes, 2019-2020
Jamie Clayton ...  Tess Van De Berg 6 episodes, 2019-2020
Jordan Hull ...  Angelica Porter-Kennard / ... 6 episodes, 2019-2020
Lex Scott Davis ...  Quiara Thompson 5 episodes, 2019-2020
Carlos Leal ...  Rodolfo Nùñez 5 episodes, 2019-2020
Latarsha Rose ...  Felicity 5 episodes, 2019-2020
Olivia Thirlby ...  Rebecca / ... 5 episodes, 2019-2020
Sophie Giannamore ...  Jordi Sanbolino / ... 5 episodes, 2019-2020
Brian Michael Smith ...  Pierce Williams 4 episodes, 2019-2020
Jillian Mercado ...  Maribel 4 episodes, 2019-2020
Christopher Wallinger ...  Drew Wilson 4 episodes, 2019-2020
Stella Edwards ...  Olive 4 episodes, 2019-2020
Mercedes Mason ...  Lena 4 episodes, 2019-2020
Fortune Feimster ...  Heather 3 episodes, 2019-2020
Jeffrey Muller ...  Tyler Adams 3 episodes, 2019-2020
Laura Patalano ...  Nana 3 episodes, 2019-2020
Sofie Calderon Sofie Calderon ...  Virginia 3 episodes, 2019-2020
Laurel Holloman ...  Tina Kennard 2 episodes, 2020
Rex Linn ...  Jeff Milner 2 episodes, 2019
Shyaam Karra ...  Hassan 2 episodes, 2019
Lex Ryan ...  Kacey 2 episodes, 2019-2020
Stewart Skelton ...  Barry Wells 2 episodes, 2019-2020
Samuel Hunt Samuel Hunt ...  Scott 2 episodes, 2019-2020
Daphne Bloomer ...  Producer 2 episodes, 2019-2020
Steve Kuzj Steve Kuzj ...  Male Reporter 2 episodes, 2019
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The groundbreaking drama series, The L Word®, revolutionized a generation and this fall the highly anticipated sequel The L Word®: Generation Q debuts. Returning cast members Jennifer Beals, Kate Moennig and Leisha Hailey will resume their original roles alongside a new group of diverse, self-possessed LGBTQIA+ characters experiencing love, heartbreak, sex, setbacks and success in LA. Written by SHOWTIME

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What the F word with this backlash? The L Word is back and it's not bad at all!
30 December 2019 | by catsy29See all my reviews

The L Word changed my life. I was a very confused 14 year Colombian girl living in a very small city with my very Catholic family. I was not old enough to watch the show but fk it, I finally understood why I felt out of place and I didn't "get it" when my friends talked about some "boy being super hot". I realized that I was, and I am, lesbian. I know the show ended up being crap. But we can't let the bad things overshadow what this show meant, and still means, to people like me.

My girlfriend and I were afraid of watching this new generation, we were afraid of watching a disaster even worse that what ended up to be the original show. We were afraid that "The L Word", the lesbian word, would fall in the background. I am not against the Q generation, but I do feel that we lesbians all around the world are losing great spaces like for example: all women, lesbian bars. I love that today, people are not afraid of putting on, or not to putting on, a label. But we need The L Word right now more than ever. You can see for yourself. Search how many lesbian bars have disappeared all around the globe in the last 10 years, it's sad. There are just a couple left.

I just watched the first 2 episodes and I feel so happy. I am feeling like a teenager, watching the show on mute with the captions on, every Sunday at 11pm on school's nights. Feeling scared and happy at the same time. Waiting the whole week just for that one hour of television where I could watch women like me. We did exist! I was not the only one!

I think the choices they made with the old characters are great. I think this new show is very smart and it keeps the essence of the first seasons of the original one. I am very happy with this transition.

I really want this show to succeed. I want to know more about the old characters, I want cameos. But also, I want to know more about the new characters. I am very excited and enjoyed the hell out of these episodes.

Yeah, the show is silly sometimes but it doesn't take itself too seriously and shouldn't we. This show was and still is groundbreaking, it's tone varies but the message is very clear.

I am very glad Jennifer, Leisha and Kate did this. And I am so happy that they are the producers and have a lot of creative power. They can't let Ilene Chaiken ruin this again.

Watch it. I was not going to to do it because of the reviews and that is so stupid. Just give it an opportunity.

I love this cast, they have great chemistry.

This show is not about fixing the mistakes made in the past. They can't resurrect Dana and, they actually did a great job with the Jenny situation....one line was more than enough to end that mess.

I hope to get a lot of more seasons. Why the LGBTQ+ community hates the LGBTQ+ community so much?

Like for real. I don't get why anyone can be pissed at this show. Just don't watch it if you don't like it but you can't say it's not a great deal for our community and for us, lesbians.

Lesbian, from Lesbos. The origin of the L word is beautiful. Read about Sappho, read her poems. We should be proud of it and we should celebrate it.

We need more shows like this. Visibility is our best allied, don't forget that.


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