The L Word: Generation Q

Aired: Dec 08, 2019 , Sunday at 22:00 on Showtime

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Episode Summary: Ten years after we last left them, we find Bette running for mayor of Los Angeles; Shane as she returns to the city after a setback; and Alice learning to balance co-parenting with her fiancee Nat and Nat's ex-wife Gigi and the rising success of her talk show. We meet PR exec Dani Nunez, her girlfriend and TV producer Sophie Suarez, their best friend and roo more
...mmate Micah Lee, and the charming former Olympic swimmer-turned-assistant, (Sarah) Finley.
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'The L Word: Generation Q's' Rosanny Zayas on Sophie's Season Finale Move: 'I Think Everyone's a Bit Conflicted'

Rosanny Zayas of “The L Word: Generation Q” is as conflicted about her character’s actions in the first season finale of the Showtime drama as many fans. “I think everyone’s a bit conflicted,” Zayas tells Variety. “A lot of people will be like, ‘Pick Dani!’ And other people will say, ‘Pick Finley!’ Some people said that I should not get on a plane with either of them and just get on my own plane and just live... more

'The L Word: Generation Q' Boss Talks Sophie's Choice, Bette's Election, Directing Season 1 Finale

Sometimes a title says it all. In the first season finale of “The L Word: Generation Q,” many of the characters take big — potentially controversial, depending on your perspective — leaps. Dani (Arienne Mandi) tries to convince Sophie (Rosanny Zayas) to elope in Hawaii, while Sophie follows up her kiss with Finley (Jacqueline Toboni) by fully sleeping with her. Nat (Stephanie Allynne) crashes a make-or-break episode of Alice’s (Leisha Hailey) talk show to declare... more

'The L Word: Generation Q' Review: More Like Generation Who-Is-This-for-Exactly?

For a certain generation of lesbians, queer women, and queers with vulvas who don’t identify as women, “The L Word” was — to put it mildly — the most personally significant piece of pop culture of the last 20 years. Speaking solely for myself (I fall into the latter camp), discovering the comic melodrama about a group of attractive lesbians living in Los Angeles in the mid-aughts was a revelation. I can still remember driving back from my local video store, cradling the DVDs in my la... more


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