“This is the kind of sapphic chaos I live for.”
Calling all The L Word: Generation Q fans, it’s time to buckle up for another season of drama.
Based off of the beloved Showtime series The L Word, Generation Q combines those familiar faces with fresh ones. A new group of queer friends set out to experience life, love, setbacks, and success in Los Angeles.
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So, what can we expect from the new season of Generation Q?
“No matter who travels off into the sunset (or ties the knot…) this fierce group of friends and lovers are keeping it all in the family. Maybe this is their time to find ‘the one’ – or just the one for right now. Either way they’re living their best life the only way they know how, honestly and confidently – proving time and time again queer life is real life.”
Season three will pick up right where season two left off, with Tina asking Bette if she is in love with her. Meanwhile, Angie is away at college trying to find herself, Finley returns from rehab, Shane and Alice almost kiss, Mirabel wants a baby and Dani wants to move in with Gigi. We told you to get ready, a lot is about to go down and it’s just the trailer.
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Generation Q will welcome back Jennifer Beals, Kate Moennig, Leisha Hailey, Arienne Mandi, and Sepideh Moafi. Leo Sheng, Jacqueline Toboni, and Rosanny Zayas are also returning. But no season is complete without a few guest stars! Comedian Margaret Cho, actors Joanna Cassidy and Joey Lauren Adams, and musicians Kehlani and Fletcher will join the cast.
The L Word: Generation Q will return to Showtime on November 20.
Watch the trailer below!
the new non-intern comes bearing gifts, besties.
🎁 #TheLWord: Generation Q Season 3 Official Trailer 🎁 pic.twitter.com/MOfxiJAlq4
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