There’s a new reboot in the works with original showrunner Ilene Chaiken


This morning, fans of The L Word: Generation Q woke up to the news that there would be no further seasons of the show following a cancellation from Showtime. The network has not renewed any TV series since the announcement earlier this year that it would be integrated into Paramount+, so this cancellation comes to no surprise. However, the reveal that Ilene Chaiken would be the showrunner of a new reboot of the original set in New York seems to be a very welcome gift to the fandom. Honestly, we are so glad they broke the news of the cancellation alongside news of a possible new reboot.


Take a look at the excitement on Twitter…

Although there are some who loved The L Word: Gen Q (executive produced by showrunner Marja-Lewis Ryan), it seems that the overall consensus is that the series went downhill in Season 3. With Gen Q’s ratings falling in that season, it makes sense that a lot of fans are rejoicing. Many are excited for the show to get back to its roots, with a bigger focus on the original characters.

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