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L Word: Generation Q (The)

Country: USA, Language: English, 55 mins

  • Director: Jennifer Arnold; Sarah Pia Anderson; Allison Liddi; Steph Green
  • Writer: Ilene Chaiken; Marja-Lewis Ryan; Allie Romano; Nancy C. Mejia
  • Producer: Ilene Chaiken; Jennifer Beals; Kristen Campo; Marja-Lewis Ryan

CGiii Comment

Take something that once was held [very] close to many hearts...and, wring the life out of it!

Whatever were they thinking!?! Okay, admittedly, the last season of the [old] L Word was a shambles...but, what went on before warmed the cockles of many a heart. There will be no warming of the cockles with this [re-hashed] resurrection.

The returning [older] characters are like a breath of fresh air when compared with the [mostly] irritating new ones. Gaps in the writing [and there are chasms] are filled with gratuitous sex and nudity...and, those gaping chasms are littered with some seriously atrocious acting.

The original L Word was made for a niche market...that niche has just gotten a whole lot smaller. So, if you are an older fan, you will be disappointed. The youngsters may or may not flock to it [doubtful if they will]...those who do will wallow in a swamp filled with PC tropes.


Trailer... 

 

The(ir) Blurb...

The groundbreaking drama series, The L Word®, revolutionized a generation and this fall the highly anticipated sequel The L Word®: Generation Q debuts. Returning cast members Jennifer Beals, Kate Moennig and Leisha Hailey will resume their original roles alongside a new group of diverse, self-possessed LGBTQIA+ characters experiencing love, heartbreak, sex, setbacks and success in LA.

Cast & Characters

Jennifer Beals as Bette Porter;
Leisha Hailey as Alice Pieszecki;
Katherine Moennig as Shane McCutcheon;
Arienne Mandi as Dani Nunez;
Sepideh Moafi as Gigi;
Leo Sheng as Micah Lee;
Jacqueline Toboni as Sarah Finley;
Rosanny Zayas as Sophie Suarez;
Stephanie Allynne as Natalie 'Nat' Bailey;
Brian Michael Smith as Pierce Williams;
Julian Edwards as Eli;
Jamie Clayton as Tess Van De Berg;
Freddy Miyares as Jose Garcia;
Carlos Leal as Rodolfo N**ez;
Jordan Hull as Angelica Porter-Kennard/Angie Porter-Kennard;
Stella Edwards as Olive;
Fortune Feimster as Heather;
Stewart Skelton as Barry Wells;
Christopher Wallinger as Drew Wilson;
Sophie Giannamore