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Source: Showtime

We Love 'Generation Q's Leo Sheng More Every Week


It's a whole new age of talking, laughing, loving and breathing on The L Word and the reboot's showrunners are serious about not making the same mistakes this time around on Generation Q as the ones they made on the original.

Indeed, the 2019 reboot, arriving nearly 15 years since the first episode of The L Word first aired, is keen on adding representation and visibility to the romantic drama. While the characters on the reboot are still predominantly femme and wealthy, this season is seeing the addition of actual Latinas, women of color, actors with disabilities, and even trans representation.