The L Word
More excellent, poignant, and specific queer stories are being told by the day. Here's a look back at this century's best and most monumental LGBTQ TV shows, from "Six Feet Under" and "Queer as Folk" to "Veneno" and "I May Destroy You."
Daniel Sea returned as Max Sweeney in Showtime's "The L Word: Generation Q." IndieWire interviewed the actor about revisiting the divisive character.
From "Pose" to "Orange is the New Black," here are our picks for the best LGBTQ+ shows of the 21st century.
The iconic Showtime series returns with three original characters and a slew of new ones. Why is this still the best lesbians can hope for?
"The L Word: Generation Q" may court younger viewers, but Bette Porter will always be the beating heart of Showtime's lesbian melodrama.
The sequel series to "The L Word" premieres on Showtime on Sunday, December 8.
Your favorite TV lesbians have been living laughing loving fighting fucking dreaming crying this whole time!
TCA: The eight-episode run is being led by original series stars Jennifer Beals, Katherine Moennig and Leisha Hailey.
TCA: The iconic lesbian drama's return will be anchored by a "new voice," according to original creator Ilene Chaiken.
Even with more LGBTQ characters on TV than ever before, 10 years ago "The L Word" served a loyal audience that has too long been ignored.
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