‘The L Word: Generation Q’ Is Canceled But A New York Reboot Is In Development


Next stop: New York!

After three seasons, The L Word: Generation Q is officially kaput.

But do not despair: Viewers will still have the chance to see queer babes talking, laughing, loving, breathing
fighting, f*cking, crying, drinking, riding, winning, losing, cheating, kissing, thinking, and dreaming. Deadline has strongly suggested that The L Word: New York (working title), a reboot of the original series, is in development with the 2004 series’ OG creator Ilene Chaiken.

Set over 10 years after the original L Word, The L Word: Generation Q featured a gang of LGBTQ+ friends navigating life and love in Los Angeles. Stars from the original L Word returned to pick up where we left off: Jennifer Beals returning as Bette Porter-Kennard, Kate Moennig reprising her role as Shane McCutcheon, and Leisha Hailey returning as Alice Pieszecki. New stars included Arienne Mandi, Sepideh Moafi, Leo Sheng, Jacqueline Toboni, Rosanny Zayas, Jordan Hull, Jamie Clayton, and Jillian Mercado. It was created by Chaiken, Kathy Greenberg and Michele Abbott and executive produced by Chaiken, Beals, Moennig, Hailey, Steph Green, Allyce Ozarski, Kristen Campo, Marja-Lewis Ryan, Maisha Closson and Melody Derloshon.

The cast of The L Word: New York is still unknown, and until further details are revealed, we can collectively fantasize about our dream cast. @rubyrose we are all looking at you.

Showtime has merged with Paramount + and is working on spin-offs of other popular shows: spin-offs of Billions, called Millions and Trillons, and a spin-off of Dexter called Dexter: Origins.

Who or what do you hope to see in The L Word: New York? Let us know in the comments!

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