The L Word: Generation Q: Season 1 (2019 - 2020)

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Season 1
The L Word: Generation Q

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Though at times Generation Q doesn't quite stand on its own, it has style and charm to spare and announces a new phrase for The L Word that will please new and old fans alike.

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Critic Ratings: 31

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User Ratings: 107

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Air date: Dec 8, 2019

Bette runs for mayor of Los Angeles; Shane returns to the city after a setback; Alice learns to balance co-parenting with her fiancée Nat and Nat's ex-wife Gigi and the growing success of her talk show.

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Air date: Dec 15, 2019

Bette weathers fallout as she prepares for an LGBTQIA Center talk; Shane helps Finley; the network forces Alice to bring on a new staff member; Dani begins a new job; Micah pursues a new crush.

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Air date: Dec 22, 2019

Bette prepares for an important debate; Alice lands a huge guest; Shane visits a bar and gets embroiled with two of its employees; Dani and Sophie's families clash; budding relationship forces Finley to confront her past.

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Air date: Dec 29, 2019

Dani is forced to get involved in Bette's personal life; Shane grapples with a big decision; Alice is profiled by a newspaper; Finley struggles with her growing feelings for Rebecca; Micah still doesn't know where things stand with José.

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Air date: Jan 5, 2020

Bette feels guilty about lying to Angie; some unexpected news throws Shane for a loop; Alice, Gigi and Nat find common ground; Dani and Sophie deal with a bombshell dropped on them by Dani's father; Finley bonds with Tess; Micah grows closer to José.

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Air date: Jan 12, 2020

Bette and Dani deal with the fallout of a recent scandal; Shane spends the day with Angie; Alice, Gigi and Nat have conflicting ideas about their family life; Sophie and Finley spend a raucous night out in an effort to get their minds off of things.

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Air date: Jan 19, 2020

Bette is conflicted about old feelings; Shane is tested by her relationship with Quiara; Alice gets blindsided at home and work; with Dani busy with the election, Sophie feels relieved to have Finley around; Micah introduces José to his mother.

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Air date: Jan 26, 2020

Tensions run high as Bette and Dani await the election results; Shane and Quiara go through a difficult challenge; Alice takes a big swing on her show; Sophie and Dani consider another big step in their relationship.

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Cast & Crew

Arienne Mandi
Dani Nùñez

Actor
Fortune Feimster
Heather

Actor
Jacqueline Toboni
Sarah Finley

Actor
Jennifer Beals
Bette Porter

Actor
Katherine Moennig
Shane McCutcheon

Actor
Leisha Hailey
Alice Pieszecki

Actor
Lex Scott Davis
Quiara

Actor
Olivia Thirlby
Rebecca

Actor
Rosanny Zayas
Sophie Suarez

Actor
Ilene Chaiken
Executive Producer
Jennifer Beals
Executive Producer
Katherine Moennig
Executive Producer
Kristen Campo
Executive Producer
Leisha Hailey
Executive Producer
Marja-Lewis Ryan
Executive Producer
Steph Green
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Audience Reviews for The L Word: Generation Q: Season 1

  • Oct 01, 2021
    Muito boa,, queria mais tempo de tela para Tina.
  • Aug 06, 2021
    I love this show. The characters are great, can't wait for season 2.
  • Feb 11, 2021
    Fantastic! We need more shows like this!!
  • Feb 02, 2021
    Disappointed. This new show is deeply different from the L word. I was looking for this precious ambiance of doubts and dreams. The Q Generation is brutal and boring, at the exact opposite of it. The new characters are tasteless and annoying. And why do we have to endure all these scenes in companies ? I don't get it.
  • Feb 19, 2020
    I was excited of this show's returning but tuned out quickly. Most of the old characters have received such good fortune and blessed lives, a mayor, talk show host, pr, and famous hair stylist, that its realism just fails for me. I would rather see them struggle for that success and even fail along the way. That would have been a better show.
  • Feb 01, 2020
    Loved the show. Loved seeing all the Original players. I wasnt a big fan of the season finale though. Felt more like part of the build up to the finale as opposed to being the finale itself,
  • Jan 29, 2020
    Very entertaining. Marja Lewis-Ryan had a difficult task with a contentious fanbase and she hit a home run.
  • Jan 21, 2020
    I watched the original L Word back in the day and was really looking forward to this reboot. It is so nice to see the original cast and the new characters are definitely growing on me. However, I might have had too high expectations. Although the acting is a bit over the top at times, it is forgivable, and get's better as the show goes on. I don't know if it's this rush to cram in everything at once with both new characters and old, which makes this reboot a bit bland. I'm rooting for the show though, and I will be watching!
  • Jan 20, 2020
    This new series is fun to watch. Give it a couple episodes because it does start off a little cheesy.
  • Jan 16, 2020
    The L Word: Generation Q is the one and only revival I've watched that kept the original core and made a cohesive story addition. The old characters, that we know and love, are older and wiser, but not that much because everyone messes up even when you're older and some of your faults are the same, but you're still wiser. Bette, Alice and Shane are way more mature, but still making mistakes. And they seem old, and yes they are, because they are the same people. The new characters are vivid and they all have something else to tell, all of them have some secret, some serious internal developing to make. And they all have some twist of problems that we live and talk about today! I love it. Thank god they already announced a seasons 2.

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