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L Word Generation Q

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Earlier this week, Showtime released its trailer for the second season of The L Word: Generation Q, which is set to premiere on August 6. If the trailer is any indication of what’s to come, things are about to get a whole lot hotter and way more dramatic for the fictional queer community in Los Angeles.

The end of last season left us wondering whether Sophie would fly to Hawaii to marry her fiancé Dani or instead run off with Finley, who she got intimate with on the season finale. The trailer for season two promises more drama on that love triangle, while leaving us with the same question.

Last season, we also found out that Tina is engaged, and in this teaser, we finally meet her fiancé Carrie, who is played by the legendary Rosie O’Donnell. It looks like Bette may have some feelings about this, as the trailer also shows her making out with Nat’s ex Gigi.

Next up, Alice and Nat are as cute as ever, as are Bette and Tina’s daughter Angie and her girlfriend Jordi. Shane seems to be hanging around a lot with Tess (Jamie Clayton) in what Clayon recently called  an “[i]t’s complicated…Facebook status 100%.”

Speaking of complicated, at the end of last season, Micah found out that his boyfriend Jose was actually married. According to the trailer, he’s back on the dating game, and this time, he’s dating a woman.

There’s so much happening so if you need a refresher on everything and every one that went down last season, be sure to check out our weekly recaps. And you better buckle up because it looks like Season 2 is turning up the heat.



Becca Damante
Becca Damante
Becca is a Smith college graduate with a B.A. in Women and Gender Studies and an Archives concentration. She has worked and written for non-profits organizations such as Media Matters for America, The Century Foundation, and GLAAD, and loves to write about the intersections between pop culture, politics, and social justice. You can find her at @beccadamante on Twitter.