The L Word
The new version will pick up where the seminal series about lesbian women in Los Angeles left off.
With a reboot on the horizon, dozens of LGBTQ community members dissect the Showtime series' herstory.
Sources say the hit series is slated to return to Showtime -- and it couldn't come at a better time.
Showtime’s canceled reality show gives me a sense of queer community that I don’t think I’ll ever experience in real life
This has been a long time coming. The L Word ended in 2009, so it has in fact taken me about 1,000 rewatches to get here, I wish I was exaggerating.
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"There was always my secret hope, even when we were shooting the pilot, that it might be helpful to some young girl out there
My straight lady friends love to pepper me with "Is it true that..." types of questions. Like I'm the answer key, the Teacher's Edition, to what men think and feel. Like I'm willing to be an inside trader. And the truth is, I am.
I talked with Chaiken, who created The L Word, which ran on Showtime from 2004 to 2009, about Empire and the role that gay characters play on TV today.
I've had my heart broken a bunch of times. To be fair, I'm sure I've bruised a few hearts as well. Love can be confusing, and it's hard to know if what you're feeling is really real.