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December 3, 2021
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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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The L Word: Generation Q’s
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Average Demand for The L Word: Generation Q is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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The L Word: Generation Q ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means The L Word: Generation Q has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

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.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: December 8, 2019

Also Known As: L: Generación Q, The L Word Generation Q |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), France (12) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

female friendship
lesbian relationship
los angeles, california
lgbt

Company Credits

Production Co: MLR Originals, Showtime Networks

Cast

Stella Edwards
as Olive
Ayesha Harris
as Jade
Shannon Dang
as Katie
Jillian Mercado
as Maribel
Jeremiah Ripley
as Dad in Park
Wrenn Woods
as Hospital Visitor
Friday Chamberlain
as Queer Voter
Joe Daru
as Gerald
Rick Chambers
as TV Reporter
Connie Jackson
as Frankie
Lex Ryan
as Kacey
Martin Garcia
as Counselor
Latarsha Rose
as Felicity
Jonney Ahmanson
as Catcaller
Roxane Gay
as Roxane Gay
Cole DiGrazia
as Coffee Guy
Mike A Nidiffer
as Upscale Restaurant Patron
Carlos Leal
as Rodolfo Nùñez/Rodolpho Nùñez
Monica Bhatnagar
as Gabrielle
Lynette Rathnam
as Minister
Amanda Maddox
as Wedding Planner
Candace Bowen
as June Washington
Sepideh Moafi
as Gigi Ghorbani/Gigi
Sharar Ali-Speakes
as Server
Brook'Lynn Sanders
as Kayla
Diane Yang Kirk
as Helen
Jordan Gonzalez
as Hugo
Donald Faison
as Tom Maultsby/Tom
Stewart Skelton
as Barry Wells
Rafael Torres
as Justin
Jay Jackson
as Reporter
Annie Tedesco
as Doctor Percy
Melanie Reif
as Detective Caldwell
Griffin Dunne
as Isaac Zakarian
Danielle Nottingham
as Reporter #2
Arthur Richardson
as Judge Emmet
Samuel Hunt
as Scott
Tiffany Carr
as Restaurant Patron
Christopher Wallinger
as Drew Wilson
Wilder Yari
as Britt
Katherine Moennig
as Shane McCutcheon
Errol Sack
as Body Guard
Jacqueline Toboni
as Sarah Finley
Sophie Giannamore
as Jordi Sanbolino/Jordi
Mercedes Mason
as Lena
Freddy Miyares
as Jose Garcia/José Garcia
Ashley Gallegos
as Zoe
Rosalind Chao
as Grace Lee
Artie Shase
as Iman
Lisa Breckenridge
as Moderator
Salome Azizi
as Darcie Lewis
Eric Shackelford
as Antsy Airport Traveler
Shari Vasseghi
as Huma
Benita Krista Nall
as Chloe
Jamie Clayton
as Tess Van De Berg
Andrew Patrick Ralston
as Carl
Joe O'Connor
as Jack
Johnny Mansbach
as Red Carpet Photographer
Arienne Mandi
as Dani Nunez/Dani Nùñez/Dani Núñez
Shyaam Karra
as Hassan
Isis King
as Claudia Hanson
Fortune Feimster
as Heather
Sofie Calderon
as Virginia
Joe Cummings
as Rodolpho's Assistant
Tamara Taylor
as Maya
Angie Kim
as Gina
Pierce Minor
as Teacher
Kirk Hawkins
as Reporter #3
Will Fourth
as Finley's Entourage
Jordan Hull
as Angie Porter-Kennard/Angelica Porter-Kennard
Erica Burns
as Art Gallery Enthusiast
Yvonne Valadez
as Corey Campbell
La'Charles Trask
as Kismet Russell
Joy DeMichelle
as Lisa
Bryan Billy Boone
as Overly Drunkin Patron
Laura Patalano
as Nana
Brian Michael Smith
as Pierce Williams
Olivia Thirlby
as Rebecca/Rebecca Dowery
Rex Linn
as Jeff Milner
Anne Archer
as Lenore Pieszecki
Liana Mendoza
as Marshal
Jennifer Beals
as Bette Porter
Lex Scott Davis
as Quiara Thompson
Victoria Hall
as Allie
Maahra Hill
as Doctor Goodell
Joy Green
as Patty Washington
Neiko Neal
as Henry
Ell
as Clara
Leisha Hailey
as Alice Pieszecki
Julyza Commodore
as Young Person
Steve Kuzj
as Male Reporter
Laurel Holloman
as Tina Kennard
Hossein Mardani
as Malik
Emanuel Loarca
as Uncle
Krystina Bailey
as Aya
Eva La Dare
as Dr. Kemp
Alexandra Doke
as Missy
Daphne Bloomer
as Producer
Haven Everly
as Tatiana
Lindsey Rose Naves
as Talia
Stephanie Allynne
as Natalie 'Nat' Bailey
Lena Waithe
as Eddie
Kiff VandenHeuvel
as Warner
Chris Wu
as Harry
Megan Rapinoe
as Megan Rapinoe
Courtney Friel
as Reporter #1
Kaipo Schwab
as Notary
Vanessa Williams
as Pippa Pascal/Pippa Pascale
Pat Destro
as Sharon
Nina Gosiengfiao
as Hostess
Julian Edwards
as Eli
Leo Sheng
as Micah Lee
Rosie O'Donnell
as Carrie
Carolina Gutierrez
as Marissa
Adrian Snow
as Toni
Rosanny Zayas
as Sophie Suarez
Beck Williams
as Bartender
Heather Ashley Chase
as Reporter #4
Rosanna Arquette
as Cherie Jaffe
Afi Ekulona
as Parker
Amanda Joy Erickson
as Waitress
Emily Peck
as Harriet
Monique Gall
as TSA Agent
Andrew Steven Hernandez
as Austin
Jeffrey Muller
as Tyler Adams
Leslie L. Miller
as Sheila
Mark Berry
as Marcus Allenwood
Murad B. Yunus
as Waiter
Erin Coleman
as Cop
Sean Patrick Bryan
as Jailer
Eliana Saenz
as Pam
Wayno Sanchez
as Phillip

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2021 | 10 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

GLAAD Media Awards 2020

Nominee

GLAAD Media Awards

Outstanding Drama Series

The Queerties 2020

Nominee

The Queerties

TV Series

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