The L Word: Generation Q (2019– )

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Groundbreaking drama series The L Word® revolutionized a generation. This fall the highly anticipated sequel The L Word®: Generation Q debuts. Returning cast Jennifer Beals, Kate Moennig and Leisha Hailey will resume their original roles.


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  • Jennifer Beals and Jordan Hull at an event for The L Word: Generation Q (2019)
  • Leisha Hailey and Katherine Moennig in The L Word: Generation Q: Lapse in Judgement (2020)
  • Jennifer Beals at an event for The L Word: Generation Q (2019)
  • Leisha Hailey in The L Word: Generation Q: Lost Love (2019)
  • Leisha Hailey in The L Word: Generation Q: Lose It All (2020)
  • Jennifer Beals and Ilene Chaiken at an event for The L Word: Generation Q (2019)

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Creators:

Michele Abbott, Ilene Chaiken, Kathy Greenberg, Marja-Lewis Ryan

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11 December 2019 | jell95
5
| Meh....Ep 1
It seems that in trying to fix the perceived flaws of the original series, the shows creators have instead done away with everything that made it good. In Gen Q they've gone the 'tick a box' approach to casting to make sure they're seen to be diverse, with seemingly little consideration given to actual acting ability. The OG's biggest strength was arguably its soundtrack, with the perfect selection of songs setting the mood for each episode. That's been done away with here, instead replaced by a cheap, generic background filler that I think was ripped off from a 1990's TV movie. Where the original series could be accused of having characters that were a little too over the top, these ones seem beige and lacking in any real depth. The only characters you want to know more about are the ones we already know. There's nothing here that makes the show uniquely 'lesbian' either. You could interchange any of the characters for men and nothing about the story would need to change, which beggars the question; why did we need this reboot?

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