“The L Word” reboot has a title and a cute lil poster and you can put THAT on your f*cking clipboard.
Stuff those dirty ’shrooms in your face, poke her in the front and liquor in the rear and then brace yourself because Jenny’s still got her same pair of tights on.
What a time to be a working actor in Vancouver!
If you’re in the market a whey protein smoothie, you’re in luck! That’s what you’re getting on this week’s “To L and Back.”
This week on “To L and Back,” a smash-hit podcast about The L Word, Lara tells Dana that it doesn’t change the way she feels about her or how much pleasure she gave her!
Did you know that the Autostraddle.com post for each episode of To L and Back contains a VERY useful index of ideas and trivia referenced in the episode? Because it does!
“I was always saying like: I want more drugs, I want more trans people and I want dildos!”
This week on “To L and Back,” we agree that pants were way too low in 2004, Guinevere Turner gives us the scoop on Gabby Devaux’s employment at the Vaginal Rejuvenation Center and Marina leaves an unforgettable voice mail.
Welcome back to “To L and Back” for the second half of the pilot, in which lesbians have actual sex, Tina sucks, and Dana spots some crispy fresh meat.
It’s time for the first episode of our new podcast “To L and Back”! Today we’re diving into The L Word’s very first memorable hour of quality lesbian television.
We’re absolutely thrilled to announce the upcoming launch of “To L and Back,” a new podcast about “The L Word.”
New showrunner Marja-Lewis Ryan chatted about The L Word: The New Class for the first time with Lesley Goldberg at the Hollywood Reporter about her hopes and dreams for the reboot.
NBC Out talked to Ilene Chaiken about what we can expect from the upcoming “L Word” reboot.
You’ve seen the show but do you really KNOW the show?
Bette, Shane, and Alice — at the very least — will be back in the eight-episode new season that will land on Showtime some time in 2019.
As Bette Porter once wanted to tell Franklin, “Great art is a response to small-minded corporate fascists trying to impose their ignorance on the sheep-like masses.”
Even now, almost a decade after The L Word’s final season, with LGBTQ+ representation at unprecedented heights, we still hold Jenny Schecter up as our ultimate villain. Her name is a curse, a swear, a shortcut for derision. She is a model of bad behavior.
Mamma Mia, here we go again! It’s season two of The L Word and I want to die!
Made you another playlist! ;)
“Your assignment is to write about what happens when Sarah Schuster moves back to LA after a brief stay in a psychiatric hospital in her hometown in Illinois.”
It’s 2017, and married power lesbians Jenny Schecter and Shane McCutcheon face some tough stuff only days before Carmen De La Pica Morales is coming in for a weekend visit that turns out a whole lot cooler than anybody could’ve predicted.