“The L Word: Generation Q” was canceled after 3 seasons but the original series is currently under development

Deadline announced on March 23 that “The L Word: Generation Q” had just been canceled by Showtime. Bad news for fans who can still cheer themselves up, as a reboot is already in the works.

“L Word: Generation Q” will not have a season 4. On the other hand, the original series which is a spin-off will be entitled to a reboot which the creator of the show, Ilene Chaiken, announced this March 23 is Deadline website.

As the working title of the new series suggests, “L Word: New York”, this time in Big Apple’s LGBTQ+ life the action will happen.

Created in 2019, “Generation Q” ended as the last episode of its third season launched just two months ago. He has reunited the stars of the original series – Jennifer Beals (Bette Porter), Leisha Hailey (Alice Pieszecki), and Kate Moennig (Shane McCutcheon), alongside a new cast of actors to dive back into the love lives of LGBTQ+ characters in Los Angeles. It is a sequel ten years later to Showtime’s groundbreaking series “The L Word,” which chronicled the lives of a group of lesbian friends and first aired between 2004-2009.

In addition to the original series, which ran for six seasons, and the “Generation Q” franchise, “The L Word” has included the spin-off reality series “The Real L Word” and the documentary “L Word Mississippi: Hate the Sin”.

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