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The L-word generation q season 2 will be continued or not? we know everything so far! There are a lot of rumors about the show. We don’t want to spoil anything, but we can tell you that The L Word Generation Q is coming back for another season on Showtime. If you want to find out more details about it, including its release date, please continue reading this article.

What is the series About?

Generation Q is set over ten years after The L Word in the new setting of Silver Lake, Los Angeles. Several actors from the original series returned to reprise their roles alongside a new ensemble of diverse characters. The show centers on diverse LGBTQ+ characters experiencing love, heartbreak, sex, setbacks, personal growth, and success in Los Angeles.

The L-word generation q season will be continued or not?

we know everything so far! There are a lot of rumors about the show. We don’t want to spoil anything, but we can tell you that The L Word Generation Q is coming back for another season on Showtime. If you want to find out more details about it, including its release date, please continue reading this article.

The L Word: Generation Q' Season 2: Release Date, Plot Details, and  Everything Else We Know

Source: Showbiz cheat Sheet.com

The L-word: Season 2 cast details:

Some new characters are being introduced this season, while some old ones return. If you want to find out more about the show and who’s in it, please continue reading below:

The following is a list of actresses that have been confirmed for Season two:

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Jade (Played by Erin Daniels)

Bette (Played by Jennifer Beals)

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Tina Kennard (played by Tina Kennerley)

Alice Pieszecki-Kennedy (played by Leisha Hailey).”

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What’s the plot of season 2?

The L-word: Season Two is about the lives of a group of friends living in Los Angeles. Bette (Jennifer Beals) has left Tina Kennard (Tina Kennerley), who remains her best friend and confidant, during their marriage counseling sessions to be with Alice Pieszecki-Kennedy (Leisha Hailey). The three women are joined by Jade Tashman Daniels) as well as new characters that have been introduced for this season.

It also deals with these woman’s romantic relationships outside of each other, most notably those involving Jenny Schecter (Mia Kirshner), Shane McCutcheon(Katherine Moennig), Rickie Vasquez/Alice Piezsekiekennedy (Leisha Hailey), and Dana Fairbanks (Erin Daniels).

What can we expect in a new season?

Season two will start with a time jump in the year after the end of season one.

Bette and Tina have decided to divorce, but they are still friends and Jade’s parents. The three women all find themselves single for various reasons and experiment with new relationships throughout this season. Jenny has now taken up residence in Chicago; she is also single again because her relationship ended when Alice departed from LA at the beginning of last season. Shane McCutcheon is not currently involved romantically, so he spends most of his free time being creative through writing or photography while trying to figure out what else he wants in life besides designing clothes as Bette did before leaving him at the end of Season One.

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Released updates:

“The L Word: Generation Q” has an unusual release schedule for its second season. According to Deadline, the Season 2 premiere will air first on Friday, August 6, on streaming and on-demand for Showtime subscribers. Then, it will air on Sunday, August 8, on the actual Showtime cable channel. If you are a Showtime streaming subscriber, you will be able to watch a new episode of “The L Word: Generation Q” Season 2 every Friday through October 8. However, if you are going to watch it on Showtime, the release schedule is slightly different.

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Following the Season 2 premiere, new episodes will be released weekly on Sundays. That is until it’s time to watch the sixth episode. This episode will be released on Monday, September 13, and following this, the remaining Season 2 episodes will be released on Mondays. Showtime viewers will then wrap up Season 2 when the finale airs on October 11. The reason behind this unusual release schedule is still unclear. It’s also a notable departure from the standard weekly release model for television — one that “The L Word: Generation Q” Season 1 followed when it was airing from December 2019 to January 2020.

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