The L Word: Generation Q | Why Now Is Right For A Sequel
This sequel to the 'The L Word' brings back the original cast to resume their original roles alongside a new group of diverse, self-possessed LGBTQIA+ characters experiencing love, heartbreak, sex, setbacks and success in L.A.
On the season finale, tensions run high on election night as Bette and Dani await the results; Shane and Quiara go through their most difficult challenge yet; and Alice takes a big swing on her show. Meanwhile, Sophie and Dani consider another big step in their relationship; Finley is forced to stop running from her past and confront her feelings; and Micah is dealt an unexpected bombshell about José.
Bette is conflicted about old feelings, Shane is tested by her relationship with Quiara, and Alice gets blindsided at home and work. Meanwhile, with Dani busy with the election, Sophie feels relieved to have Finley around. Micah introduces José to his mother.
Bette and Dani reckon with the fallout of a recent scandal; Shane spends the day with Angie; Alice, Gigi and Nat have conflicting ideas about their family life; Sophie and Finley spend a raucous night out in an effort to get their minds off of things.
Bette feels guilty about lying to Angie; some unexpected news throws Shane for a major loop; Alice, Gigi and Nat find common ground; Dani and Sophie deal with a bombshell dropped on them by Dani's father; Finley bonds with Tess and Micah grows closer to José.
Ten years after we last left them, we find Bette, Shane and Alice getting on with their lives and careers, and meet Dani Núñez, her girlfriend Sophie Suarez, their best friend Micah Lee, and the charming Finley.