Kehlani Is Headed to The L Word: Generation Q for Season 3!
July 28 2022 11:38 AM
The latest news about The L Word, the landmark Showtime drama that depicted LGBT characters in West Hollywood, California. Created by executive producer Ilene Chaiken, the plot focuses on the lives of lesbian women as they navigate relationships and affairs with one another in the greater Los Angeles area. The L Word starred Jennifer Beals, Leisha Hailey, Lauren Holloman, Mia Kirshner, Katherine Moennig, Pam Grier, Rachel Shelley, Daniela Sea, Erin Daniels, and Marlee Matlin. We stay on top of developments so that you can stay informed about this topic.
With another season, fans of the series about L.A.-based queer folks won't have to wonder if Bette and Tina get back together.
The three original L Word stars let loose with "Love Shack" in the latest episode of Generation Q on Showtime.
For this former reality star, happiness is finally coming into focus.
She popped the question to her girlfriend Kassandra Clementi while the two were on a romantic vacation.
The series is back on Showtime on Aug. 6.
Sex and drama will be served.
In the first episode of their podcast, Hailey and Moennig talk about when they first met and Mia Kirshner's nickname for them.
The star of The L Word: Generation Q was honored with GLSEN's Champion award for her activism and support of LGBTQ+ youth.
Another season offers the chance for more reunions with original characters like Laurel Holloman's return as Tina this week.
Holloman spoke with The Advocate about her return to The L Word and working with "safety net" Jennifer Beals.
The actress who played Jenny on The L Word rejects the ending Generation Q offers to the question "Who killed Jenny Schecter?" adding that it's wrong for the character.
LGBTQ-centered stories are still so rare that we shouldn't seek to destroy depictions that are not quite perfect.
Beals also discussed the decision to reboot the groundbreaking series about queer women.
Jennifer Beals, Leisha Hailey, Kate Moennig, and new cast members Arienne Mandi, Rosanny Zayas, Leo Sheng, and Jacqueline Toboni wowed at the premiere.
If that's not enough, Alice's mom, Lenore, is allegedly still hot!
It looks like the denizens of The L Word: Generation Q are having just as much sex as the originals.
The L Word star spoke openly with RuPaul and Michelle Visage about how the show helped her embrace her truth.
The first footage of the L Word reboot is out, and it's as sexy as ever!
It's time to start planning viewing parties.