The L Word: Generation Q Season 3 Release Date, Cast, Plot and Everything Else you Need to know
Posted By: Himanshu Sharma
Posted On: August 9, 2023
The L Word: Generation Q Season 3: Featuring a mix of new faces, familiar characters, and intriguing guest appearances, The L Word’s revival in 2019 brought the show back after a 10-year hiatus since its initial season concluded.
Fans were left concerned when season two of the show concluded without any news of its return. Fortunately, Showtime brought relief by confirming the production of season three. Moreover, the network has dropped hints about notable guest stars, past conflicts, and new beginnings in the upcoming season.
The wait is over! Showtime has officially given the green light for a third season of the spin-off series. Created by Ilene Chaiken, this show follows the stories of new LGBTQ+ characters in Los Angeles, carrying on from the first two seasons of The L Word. This year, fans of “The L Word: Generation Q” got an early treat for Thanksgiving. The eagerly awaited first episode of the third season is now available for streaming, a day ahead of the planned release date, as announced by the show’s Twitter account on Thursday.
The L Word: Generation Q Season 3 Release Date
“The L Word: Generation Q” Season 1 debuted exclusively on Showtime on December 8, 2019. As of now, there’s no set release date for a potential third season, as Showtime has yet to confirm whether the show will be renewed or not. This uncertainty might lead to a delay in the third season. However, based on the available information, we can speculate that “The L Word: Generation Q” Season 3 might start on November 20, 2022.
The L Word: Generation Q Season 3 Cast
- Jennifer Beals as Bette Porter
- Katherine Moennig as Shane McCutcheon
- Leisha Hailey as Alice Pieszecki
- Arienne Mandi as Dani Nunez
- Sepideh Moafi as Gigi Ghorbani
- Leo Sheng as Micah Lee
- Jacqueline Toboni as Sarah Finley
- Rosanny Zayas as Sophie Suarez
- Jordan Hull as Angelica – Angie – Porter-Kennard
- Freddy Miyares as Jose
- Jamie Clayton as Tess Van De Berg
- Carlos Leal as Rodolfo Nunez
- Brian Michael Smith as Pierce Williams
- Stephanie Allynne as Natalie – Nat – Bailey
- Jillian Mercado as Maribel Suarez
- Olivia Thirlby as Rebecca
- Latarsha Rose as Felicity Adams
- Sophie Giannamore as Jordi Sanbolino
- Lex Scott Davis as Quiara Thompson
- Donald Faison as Tom Maultsby
- Laurel Holloman as Tina Kennard
- Roxane Gay as Herself
- Megan Rapinoe as Herself
- Fortune Feimster as Heather
- Mark Berry as Marcus Allenwood
- Rosanna Arquette as Cherie Jaffe
- Anne Archer as Lenore Pieszecki
- Vanessa Estelle Williams as Pippa Pascal
- Brook’Lynn Sanders as Kayla Allenwood
- Griffin Dunne as Isaac Zakarian
The L Word: Generation Q Season 2 Review:
The series The L Word: Generation Q Season 2 has received a great response from the audience. At the end of the second season of the series The L Word: Generation Q, we have seen that Tina gets angry at Bette for messing up her relationship, at which point Pippa walks in as well as hears them fighting and later tells Bette that she knew that she was right and that Bette was not over Tina.