Our TV Team weighs in on what we loved and didn’t love in “The L Word: Generation Q”‘s first season!
“You can’t ask me that. Well, you can ask me. But I can’t tell you.”
We’re talking AGAIN about how threesomes would SERIOUSLY improve all of these love triangles! It’s not 2009 anymore, people! Everyone is getting messy in gay LA, but are they messy enough??
You all looked GREAT!
It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for!
I loved Generation Q. I don’t know why I’m so nervous to say that out loud? I suppose because it’s The L Word. And that means there’s so much on the line for so many of us, but damnit — I really did love it.
On December 4th, “To L and Back” is doing a live recording in Los Angeles with the cast of “The L Word: Generation Q” and we’d love to see you there!
The latest “L Word: Generation Q” trailer is out and look, it’s Jamie Clayton!!!!
Only 45 more days until December 8!
A new teaser for “The L Word: Generation Q” ensures representation of Tops, Bottoms and Verses, as well as lovers, dreamers, activists, heartbreakers, non-conformists and side-hustlers!
“Love… Is… Life” the trailer informs us. Not just a beautiful sentiment, but a promise that The L Word will continue to use L-words whenever possible.
Frame by frame. In obsessive detail.
Today was Showtime Day at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour, and you know what that means! Crying, laughing, loving, breathing, fighting, fucking, Gen Q teasing!
While last week’s announcement was exciting, there’s something especially thrilling about a trans woman character who is actually in the age range of the main crew.
My predictions for Angelica are that she’s straight because her lesbian moms are bonkers, all her friends are queer because it’s 2019, and Shane gives her some weed.
Today, it was announced that four more souls have donated their lives to the cause of “The L Word: Generation Q”: bi actress Olivia Thirlby, Lex Scott Davis, lesbian comic Fortune Feimster and trans actress Sophie Giannamore.
Writer/actress Stephanie Allynne and actor Brian Michael are the latest humans cast in “The L Word: Generation Q.”
Get the inside scoop on the actors and the roles they’ll be playing in L Word reboot “Generation Q.”
Over at Entertainment Weekly, showrunner Marja-Lewis Ryan unveiled an annotated page from a Gen Q script and some details about the new series.