The L Word: Generation Q: The official trailer for Season 2 of The L Word: Generation Q is released by Showtime. The second season will begin on Friday with its first new episodes available on streaming and on-demand on non-linear platforms. The messy personal lives of its characters are once again front and center.
Season 2: Release Date
According to Deadline, Season 2 will premiere first Friday, Aug. 6 for Showtime subscribers on both streaming and on-demand. Then, it airs will air on the actual Showtime cable channel on Sunday, August 8. Showtime subscribers will be able to watch a new episode of “The L Word: Generation Q” Season 2 every Friday from October 8.
However, if you don’t watch it. Going to watch it on Showtime, the release schedule is a bit different. The reason behind this schedule is still unclear. It is also a notable departure from the standard weekly release model for television – a follow-up to “The L Word: Generation Q” Season 1 when it aired from December 2019 to January 2020.
Season 2 will bring viewers back to the heart of a variety of dramatic arcs, some of which were left open in the Season 1 finale. We’ll hope that Sophie will choose to be with us after her intense love triangle with Finlay and Dani. At the end of Season 1, Sophie was supposed to marry Dani in Hawaii, but before her big day, the relationship with Finley ended. At the end of Season 1, Sophie was supposed to marry Dani in Hawaii, but before her big day, the relationship with Finley ended. After losing his mayoral race at the end of Season 1, Bette will be looking for a fresh start, finding his heart to love once again and his relationship with his daughter, Angie reopens to grow in.
Elsewhere, it looks like Alice will be pursuing a new career as a writer with her associate editor Tom. It seems that things fell apart for the “L Word” character when he pushed the boundaries of his show and eventually broke with upper management to air the content he wanted at the end of Season 1. Alice’s love life will also come to fruition in Season 2 as she and Nat move on to their relationship with Gigi after their failed polyamorous triad, which will be under some stress as the new couple moves on.
- Bette Porter (Jennifer Beals)
- Shane McCutcheon (Katherine Moennig)
- Alice Pieszecki (Leisha Hailey)
- Dani Núñez (Arienne Mandi)
- Gigi Ghorbani (Sepideh Moafi)
- Michah Lee (Leo Sheng)
- Sarah Finley (Jacqueline Toboni)
- Sophie Suarez (Rosanny Zayas)
- Angelica “Angie” Porter-Kennard (Jordan Hall)