We’ll be reunited with our favourite show this Saturday 🌈
BY NIC CROSARA, IMAGE BY SHOWTIME VIA TWITTER (@SHO_THELWORD)
Queermas has come early this year for UK fans of The L Word. Since the first season of the reboot aired, we’ve endured long waits between the US and UK release dates, twiddling our thumbs while trying desperately to avoid spoilers. Well this year, instead of waiting months to see what Bette, Alice, Shane and the rest of the cast get up to, we only have to wait a day longer than our LGBTQIA siblings across the pond.
Episodes of the third instalment will air weekly on Paramount+ UK from 19 November, and will run for 10 weeks. This next chapter looks like it’s gearing up to be a wild ride filled with sapphic drama. Will Rosie O’Donnell be getting a sex scene and butch love story? What’s in store for #Tibette, #Shess, #Gini and #Sinley? What drama will Kehlani, FLETCHER and the other guest stars bring to the show? Will Maribel and Micah have a baby? Suffice to say, we have a lot of questions.
Pssst… to celebrate the release of our favourite show we have an extra special episode of podDIVA lined up this Wednesday. Thee Helena Peabody (Rachel Shelley) will be hosting the podcast and addressing the impact and legacy of the original The L Word show and how things have evolved in Gen Q. You’ll get to hear from The L Word fans around the world as well as archival audio from interviews with the cast. Subscribe here to make sure you don’t miss it!
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