It’s officially October, just one month from “The L Word: Generation Q” season three premiere, and two of the series’ stars just dropped a few hints about what we might expect in the upcoming season.
Speaking to TV Line, series regular Jordan Hull, who plays Bette and Tina’s daughter, Angie, said that her character this season “will tackle young adulthood, and her relationship with her moms will thicken.”
We can also expect “drama, drama, drama!,” said Jillian Mercado, who plays Maribel. “All of the questions … will be answered,” she said, referring to the events of last season, and “a lot of beautiful romances and relationships and real-life experiences will be told.”
Speaking of possible romance … . A trailer dropped in late September that gave us our first look at the new season, showcasing the encounter between Bette and Tina that occurs after Tina showed up at Bette’s door in the season two finale. In the snippet, Tina asks Bette if she’s still in love with her. Bette hesitates, and the trailer ends before we hear her answer, leaving fans to speculate about a possible reunion (or not) for the former couple.
The season will also feature some new guest stars: Joanna Cassidy, Margaret Cho, and Joey Lauren Adams will be joining the cast.
Also appearing is pop star Kehlani who, according to Variety, plays a makeup artist named Ivy “who heads up Alice’s glam team and falls for the wrong person.”
burn this image of @Kehlani as Ivy inside my eyelids. pic.twitter.com/wMc6SZnHJ7
— The L Word on Showtime (@SHO_TheLWord) September 30, 2022
We can also expect to see more of Rosie O’Donnell as Tina’s fiancé, Carrie. O’Donnell has been upgraded to series regular this season and, in an interview with Howard Stern, hinted that there might be a sex scene in store for Carrie.
Season three premieres on Showtime November 18.
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