“The L Word” was supposed to be the beginning of a new era of teevee shows about the real true lives of lesbian and bisexual women — and although we never quite got there, here are 15 examples of shows that don’t just have queer characters in them, but are also *about* being queer.
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?
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.”
Mamma Mia, here we go again! It’s season two of The L Word and I want to die!
A guide to watching “The L Word” for first-timers, chock-full of L Word trivia for repeat offenders.
Haircuts in film are often melodramatic, but they can be sexy, too!
I needed to know how they did it. I needed to see if the “way that we live,” was a way that I could live.
Ilene Chaiken dropped a LOT of interesting L Word reboot news at the TCA press tour.
Topics include The L Word reboot we’re all super chill about, Charlize Theron loving her lesbian sex scenes, Shameless Season Eight, great gay moments in Canadian pop culture, a lesbian nun webseries starring Hari Nef, what makes a film lesbian? and so many other great big stories for you.
What a bizarre and surreal day to be alive in this world.
This is the waaaaay, it’s the way that we live, it’s the way that we liiiiiive and loooooooove.
Come for Ilene Chaiken’s hairdo, stay because why not, you know?
“I hate to break it to those people, but lesbians tend to dress like men, act like men — and look like men.”
In honor of the I BROKE UP LIKE THIS ‘zine, we present 17 times queer female couples on television broke each other’s hearts and also our own.
With how it played into the “But Not Too Bi” trope – bi characters who have a bias toward one gender or the other – The L Word flipped a common heterosexist script in media. But in doing so, it still excluded actual bi people from its world.
The truth is that Carmen and Papi are Latina characters who perpetuated sweeping generalizations about [email protected] Folks and ultimately made matters worse.
“Laneia, that was our first official interaction in the world — you seeing a link to my blog on The Planet Boards and wanting to delete it.”
Let’s take a little trip down memory lane by retro-recapping the Dinah Shore episode, in which the lesbians also take a trip down memory lane, which makes this recap very meta.