After a decade off the air, the L Word is coming back, and it promises to be better and gayer than ever. Many of its leading players will be back for the ride, along with some new faces. Original series creator Ilene Chaiken will be joined by Marja-Lewis Ryan, who will fill the roles of showrunner and executive producer. Image via IMDb. Showtime Networks president Gary Levine said that she, "has brought her unique and contemporary vision to The L Word and blended it beautifully into the fabric of Ilene's groundbreaking series.
‘The L Word: Generation Q’ First Trailer: Shane, Bette, and Alice Are Back
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The L Word's Katherine Moennig realised she was a lesbian while working on the show
If, like me, you've been gobbling up news of The L Word: Generation Q reboot since you heard it was happening, then it's likely you'll also be obsessed with Katherine Moennig. Kate has played Shane McCutcheon on the show since it began 15 years ago. And anyone who's watched The L Word will tell you Shane was an iconic character. That shit did not exist.
Fifteen years after it first aired, Showtime has announced they will revive the lesbian drama The L Word. The show ran from and helped shape how the LGBTQ community was portrayed on television and in the media. The characters were fiercely independent, successful, attractive and well written, but the storylines were often ridiculed for some outrageous plot twists. The only thing the L Word was missing was a chubby, likable lesbian who worked at Home Depot.