One of lime and the other of sand, as they say. American network Showtime has announced that it will not renew ‘L: Generación Q’ (The L Word: Generation Q) for a season 4. The news comes a couple of months after the end of the third season and in the process of transforming the channel to blend more into the Paramount ecosystem.
In fact, apart from the announced spin-offs of ‘Dexter’ and ‘Billions’, from the chain have been since last January without announcing a single renewal that was not already known. However, that doesn’t mean that Showtime doesn’t want to explore more of the lesbian and queer universe created by Ilene Chaiken.
And it is that, according to Deadline, they would be working on a reboot of the original series (‘The L Word’, broadcast between 2004 and 2009) that would feature Chaiken and that would jump from California to a new group of women living in New York. At the moment, she is in an early stage of development.
Released in 2019, and here we can see it via Movistar Plus+, ‘L: Generación Q’ has a cast made up of Jennifer Beals, Leisha Hailey, Kate Moening, Arienne Mandi, Leo Sheng, Jacqueline Toboni, Rosanny Zayas, Sepideh Moafi, Jordan Hull, and Jamie Clayton.