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The L Word: Generation Q es una serie de televisión dramática estadounidense producida por Showtime que se estrenó el 8 de diciembre de 2019[1] Es una serie secuela de The L Word, que se emitió en Showtime de 2004 a 2009. Al igual que su predecesora, la serie sigue las vidas de un grupo de amigos LGBTQ que viven en Los Ángeles, California.

El 9 de diciembre de 2019 tuvo lugar un primer pase de la serie, presentado por House of Pride, para coincidir con el estreno en EE.UU.[2] En enero de 2020, Showtime renovó la serie para una segunda temporada que se estrenó el 8 de agosto de 2021[3][4].

La serie se centra en un grupo de diversos personajes LGBTQ+ que experimentan el amor, el desamor, el sexo, los contratiempos, el crecimiento personal y el éxito en Los Ángeles. Generation Q está ambientada diez años después de The L Word, en el nuevo escenario de Silver Lake, Los Ángeles. Varios actores de la serie original volvieron a interpretar sus papeles junto a un nuevo conjunto de personajes diversos[5].

A pesar de celebrar las buenas noticias sobre su compromiso, Dani revela su nuevo trabajo como nueva directora de relaciones públicas de Bette y Sophie se molesta por no haber sido consultada. Mientras tanto, la cadena de Alice está molesta con la discusión seria cuando Bette apareció en el programa, y contratan a un hombre para ayudar a mantener las cosas «en marca». Finley se ha mudado con un reticente Shane. Los espectadores descubren que el Planet es ahora un bar de deportes. Alice intenta ser una mejor madrastra para los hijos de Nat con la ayuda de Shane, y tiene una conversación sincera con Gigi. Bette habla con los jóvenes LGBTQ+ de la zona para hablar de los problemas de los sin techo y, animada por Dani, debe reunirse con Felicity para controlar los daños. Shane recibe los papeles del divorcio y Micah finalmente lleva a José a una cita.

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Series creator and executive producer Ilene Chaiken is behind such productions as The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, starring Will Smith, and Barb Wire, starring Pamela Anderson. Also executive producing are Steve Golin (Being John Malkovich, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) and Larry Kennar (Barbershop).

New characters appear as Moira Sweeney, Jenny’s partner for most of the season, is a character who undergoes a gradual sex change and eventually becomes Max and Jenny ends up leaving him; Angus is Angelica’s babysitter, who begins a relationship with Kit Porter.

Midway through the season, Dana is discovered to have breast cancer. Despite Dana’s poor treatment of Lara, Lara does not leave her until the doctors inform her that the cancer has spread, after a strong argument Lara leaves for Paris. And Alice is left to care for Dana in her worst moments, until she finally dies alone in the hospital.

Bette gets a new job as a dean in a formidable University, there she meets her assistant Nadia who tries to have something with her until they hook up. She also shares several opportunities with her boss Phyllis, vice chancellor of the university. She reveals to Bette that she has been married most of her life to a man, has two daughters and yet has not had the courage like Bette to come out and say she is a lesbian. At college she also meets Jodi, an art professor who is deaf, with whom she maintains a relationship throughout the season.

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The L Word: Generation Q is an American television series produced by Showtime that premiered on December 8, 2019.[1] The series is a sequel to The L Word, which aired on Showtime from 2004 to 2009. A screening hosted by House of Pride took place on December 9, 2019, coinciding with its release in the U.S.[2] In January 2020, Showtime renewed the series for a second season[3] which premiered on August 8, 2021.[4] Showtime confirmed that a sequel to The L Word will premiere on August 8, 2021.[5] Showtime confirmed that a sequel to The L Word will premiere on December 9, 2019.

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Showtime confirmed that a sequel to The L Word was in development on July 11, 2017.[7] Marja-Lewis Ryan was confirmed as director and executive producer on November 20, 2017. The L Word series creator and original director Ilene Chaiken served as executive producer along with Jennifer Beals, Katherine Moennig and Leisha Hailey.[8] The L Word: Generation Q consists of eight episodes. [9] It premiered on December 8, 2019.[1] It was released on December 8, 2019.[1] The L Word.

Several LGBTQIA outlets created special programming in anticipation of the show, such as Autostraddle’s podcast To L & Back: An L Word Podcast,[10][11] two episodes of Ru Paul’s podcast, Ru Paul: What’s the Tee? (one of which is a conversation with L Word producer and cast actress Kate Moennig);[12] an episode of Margaret Cho’s podcast, The Margaret Cho, with comedian Fortune Feimster who appeared on The L Word as a guest actress;[13][14] and Cameron Esposito’s podcast, Queery, in which he interviews original L Word creator Ilene Chaiken.[15][16]

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One of my favorite series and one of the biggest surprises I’ve had in my «curriculum» of television fiction. One of those that you are a teenage wanker who goes to watch a series that you have been told there is explicit lesbian sex and you end up enjoying and crying in equal parts with a superb work. Before the sequel I would watch it again, but I’m afraid it will come down from the pedestal where I have it in my memory.

Second season of the return of the iconic series that revolutionized a generation. Bette, Alice and Shane return along with a group of new, more empowered and more diverse LGTBIQ+ characters navigating love, heartbreak, sex, contradictions and success in the heart of Los Angeles. New additions: Rosie O’Donnell, Donald Faison, Griffin Dune and Vanessa Williams.

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