Ever since the second chapter of the L Word: Generation Q season 3 has ended, fans are eagerly waiting for its next edition!!
Good news for the fam – Showtime officially confirmed the renewal of Season 3!
The L Word: Generation Q Season 3: Relevant Details
The L Word: Generation Q is an American Episode-Drama, Thriller, Social TV series that was first released on “Showtime” on December 8, 2019. This show is a sequel to the very popular show, The L Word which ran from 2004 to 2009.
Created by Ilene Chaiken, Kathy Greenberg, and Michele Abbott, it indeed turned out to be a huge hit. The spectacular series follows the journey of a group of LGBTQ’s friends, who live in Los Angeles, California experiences love, heartbreak, sex, setbacks, personal growth, and success
For the very first time, the show premiered on December 9, 2009, on House of Pride. In January 2020, the second season of the series was renewed and released on August 8, 2021, whereas in February 2022, “Showtime” renewed its third season!
Soon, we’ll see its arrival!!
The L Word: Generation Q Season 3: Release Date
The L Word: Generation Q was launched on December 8, 2019, which got a great response from the audience. Keeping the success of the previous episodes in mind, the second chapter of the season was renewed in February 2022. So far, the release date of the upcoming season of The L Word: Generation Q has not been officially announced by the makers. However, the renewal of the series has been recently confirmed by “Showtime” itself. Thus, we can anticipate seeing the premiere of the third instalment anytime in 2023.
The L Word: Generation Q season 3: Cast
As of now, no official updates regarding the star cast of the upcoming season of The L Word: Generation Q is released. Keeping the finale episode of the second season in mind, we can expect the arrival of some of the characters in season 3 as well.
Here are the cast of season 3, we might probably see:-
- Jennifer Beals would undoubtedly be seen as Bette Porter
- Katherine Moennig would be in the role of Shane McCutcheon.
- Leisha Hailey will play Alice Pieszecki.
- Arienne Mandi as Dani Nùñez.
- Sepideh Moafi would perform as Gigi Ghorbani.
- Leo Sheng as Micah Lee.
- Jacqueline Toboni as Sarah Finley.
- Rosanny Zayas as Sophie Suarez
- Jordan Hull as Angelica
- Freddy Miyares as José
- Jamie Clayton as Tess Van De Berg,
- Carlos Leal as Rodolfo Nùñez, Dani’s father
- Brian Michael Smith as Pierce Williams, Bette’s campaign manager who is a trans man
- Stephanie Allynne as Natalie
- Jillian Mercado as Maribel Suarez
- Olivia Thirlby as Rebecca
- Latarsha Rose as Felicity Adams
- Sophie Giannamore would be seen in Jordi Sanbolino’s role
- Lex Scott Davis will play as Quiara Thompson
- Donald Faison can be seen in the role of Tom Maultsby
The L Word: Generation Q season 3: Ratings and Reviews
For those who have not yet seen The L Word: Generation Q, ratings and reviews are immensely crucial for them. With satisfactory ratings, the audience will know how the quality of the series is; whether it received a positive review or not, and whether or not it will be worth watching. However, the series has managed to receive a positive response from the audience. The L Word: Generation Q holds 7.4 out of 10 on IMDb whereas, on Rotten Tomatoes, it received a 73% audience approval rating. Thus, without a doubt in mind, you should obviously give this series a go!
The L Word: Generation Q Season 3 plot: What to expect?
As we saw in the finale episode of season 2, the series ended in a love triangle among cliffhangers, Tina and Pippa. In the next season, we might get to see this love triangle is extended, which will be full of drama and tragedy.
In the last season, we saw that there was some problem going on in everyone’s life. Season 2 will follow the life of this friend’s group that’s gonna be full of adventure, messiness, and sex. However, nothing can be said firmly about the plot of the third instalment until The L Word: Generation Q season 3 is officially released.