The L Word: Generation Q

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Ten years later, a group of diverse and self-possessed LGBTQIA professionals attempt to navigate life and love with some new friends in Los Angeles.

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Season From To Episodes
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Season 1 December 2019 January 2020 8
Season 2 August 2021 October 2021 10
Season 3 November 2022 January 2023 10
Unassigned Episodes 0
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Season From To Episodes
Season 1 December 2019 January 2023 28
Unassigned Episodes 0
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Marja-Lewis Ryan 52 12/08/2019 - 11/20/2022
Sarah Pia Anderson 3 12/22/2019 - 09/05/2021
Katrelle N. Kindred 3 09/13/2021 - 11/27/2022
Haifaa al-Mansour 2 09/27/2021 - 10/04/2021
Steph Green 2 12/08/2019 - 12/29/2019
Erica Watson 1 01/05/2020
Jennifer Arnold 1 01/19/2020
Rose Troche 1 09/20/2021
Allison Liddi-Brown 1 12/15/2019
Logan Kibens 1 01/12/2020
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Melody Derloshon 12 12/29/2019 - 09/27/2021
Maisha Closson 12 08/22/2021 - 09/20/2021
Julia Hannafin 2 09/13/2021 - 11/27/2022
Allie Romano 2 01/26/2020 - 10/04/2021
Nancy C. Mejia 2 01/12/2020 - 09/05/2021
Thomas Page McBee 2 01/26/2020 - 08/29/2021
Regina Y. Hicks 1 12/22/2019
Jonell Lennon 1 08/15/2021
Lisa Quintela 1 09/13/2021
Francesca Butler 1 01/19/2020
Tatiana Suarez-Pico 1 01/05/2020
Christina Brosman 1 10/11/2021

The L Word Franchise

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“The L Word” is an American-Canadian co-production television drama that aired on Showtime from January 18, 2004 to March 8, 2009. The series follows an ensemble cast of friends who live in West Hollywood, California and was the first American television series to feature an ensemble consisting of lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.

Recent/Current LGBTQ+-focused Series

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In a time where there are more LGBTQ+ characters on television than ever before, it’s not enough just to have an LGBTQ+ character present — there needs to be nuance and depth to their story, and the slate of characters should reflect the full diversity of this colorful community. This list comprises some of the shows that in the past decade have risen as champions of LGBTQ+ narratives.

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