In 2019, Bette is stern about opioids, vaping, and the way slut shaming interacts with the Me Too movement. Shane visits a bar and gets embroiled with two of its employees. This is a wider, sadder, more grounded The L Word. Mandy Moore Wants to Know ‘How Could This Be Christmas?’ in New Holiday Single. Britney Spears Is ‘Afraid of Her Father,’ Loses Bid to Remove Him As Conservator, The pop star is fighting back, saying she won’t perform “if her father is in charge of her career.”. Or, take Alice's new home life formation, which can only get more complicated from here. Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2019. And we see Micah ask Shirtless Neighbor out on a date, which feels like a really nice homage to the original series. Cazzie David Is Still Friends With Pete Davidson, Says Thank U, Ex. Permission to get really invested in Bette Porter's (Jennifer Beals) political career and Alice Pieszecki's (Leisha Hailey) increasingly complicated home life, granted: The L Word: Generation Q has officially been renewed for another 10-episode season. there are some good story lines here but the dysfunction is just simply annoying to watch. • Marcus Allenwood. I somehow thought this might be a somewhat wiser L Word. Created by Michele Abbott, Ilene Chaiken, Kathy Greenberg. Select the department you want to search in. Additionally, Bette seems to be Angelica-now-Angie’s primary parent, and those two are cute together but I really hope we see some Tina Kennard, or at least get to hear Bette really yell her name into the ether, not simply state it calmly in Bette’s calm voice. For example, take one of the most pressing (and shocking) progressions: Shane, heartbreaker extraordinaire, is actually married? I was quite wrong. There is a sex scene every few minutes, but without the character development, it seems more like a porno. The original was awesome because it was heavy on story and the shock and sex was secondary. Carmen de la Pica Morales. The opening scene of The L Word: Generation Q had me checking my nails for dried blood. Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2020. While our Ilene Chaiken–helmed first six seasons often addressed larger social issues in its background and general environment, it was mainly a show about relationships. Here's what we can expect for season 2 of The L Word. Your friends will get you through it, Shane, though mine never had a bed built for me. This is something that this show is severely lacking. Stopped watching this one 30 min into ep 1 b/c it’s waaaaaay too political. • Alice’s glasses are the Our Chart of this series. There’s a predator in the White House, capitalism is crushing our health, and social media has us engaged with distant breaking news faster than Sophie will accept a marriage proposal. To be fair, the first season isn't over yet. The questions go on and on: Will Finley confront her problem with alcohol, and share more of her backstory? But why do you blame the makers of drugs that make life comfortable for cancer patients, surgical patients, and the like? Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 10, 2020, Danke für die schnelle Lieferung ich bin mit allem zufrieden vielen Dank noch mal danke, Promising first season / fine DVDs but without any subtitle. Nationally, I can’t quite tell where we are on period sex. Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2019. All rights reserved. Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. Those are all names I said aloud to myself while watching this episode. Ummm, No One Is Really 6 Feet Apart or Wearing a Mask at the CMAs Right Now. Three beloved L Word characters—Bette, Alice, and Shane (Katherine Moennig)—intermingle with set of younger Angelenos, including PR exec Dani Nùñez (Arienne Mandi), charming heartbreaker Finley (Jacqueline Toboni), and TV producer Sophie Suarez (Rosanny Zayas). How has our community shifted? May it always be. There’s no excuse. The L Word: Generation Q is an American drama television series produced by Showtime that premiered on December 8, 2019. Its myopic and plain histrionic. A girl can dream! Each episode features at least one wild twist for the characters' love lives and careers, and these twists have long-lasting ramifications. And I hope any one of them needs pain meds one day- and GETS THEM. I wish it was a continuation of all the old characters instead. One of the most irritating characters refers to sex as’s so juvenile and awkward. A post shared by Kate Moennig (@kateomoennig) on Jun 30, 2019 at 1:14pm PDT. Let the drama in this thought-provoking and relentlessly juicy reboot of The L Word, a groundbreaking drama that originally ran from 2004 to 2009, continue. Tina Kennard is a fictional character on the Showtime television network series The L Word and The L Word: Generation Q, shown nationally in the United States.She is played by American actress Laurel … As the slightly different titled "The L Word: Generation Q" implies, we are dealing with a revamped cast, including a younger generation. Shane is my favorite. This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. Is that better? Series premiere. And then there’s the boobs. Well, mine but browner, because “Esposito” is Italian and I am a white person. There’s the besuited and energetic Bette Porter rival Dani, the facial-expressions-on-par-with-Alice Sophie, Shane-as-a-puppy Finley, and Micah, a sweet little sweetheart and trans guy played by a trans actor THANK GOD, who feels like a living amends to Max. Top subscription boxes – right to your door, © 1996-2020,, Inc. or its affiliates. Perhaps they all met at Everybody gym. What we do know is that Sophie wants Dani to propose, and then when she does, takes a really long minute to answer yes, during which I thought perhaps we were getting a whole different show. Sometimes I’ll be at a show and hear a straight comic talk about it like the hosts in Westworld talk about the Valley Beyond, as an aspirational, perhaps mythical door to either salvation or destruction. Since the first season premiered in December 2019, perhaps we can expect another early winter premiere. We also finally solved the decade long mystery of who killed Jenny. With its sprawling ensemble cast, the first season of The L Word: Generation Q set up a lot that season 2 can explore. Helena Peabody. Tensions run high on election night. We all know who the original shirtless neighbor is, and that’s Shane in Bette and Tina’s pool, and she doesn’t even live there.