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'The Real L Word' Green Lit for 3rd Season with Mix of LA and NY Cast

'The Real L Word' Green Lit for 3rd Season with Mix of LA and NY Cast

If two seasons of lesbians behaving badly on reality TV weren’t enough, brace yourselves for more because Showtime has green lit a third season of Ilene Chaiken’s brainchild The Real L Word. But this time New York-based lesbians will have equal opportunity to get into a drunken bar brawl, gossip about their peers and rip off their clothes and have sex with a stranger on national television --or to occasionally behave like well-adjusted adult women as has been the case in a few of TRLW storylines -- as the show will be adding New York to its filming locations with a new east coast cast and fan faves like Whitney Mixter returning.

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If two seasons of lesbians behaving badly on reality TV weren’t enough, brace yourselves for more because Showtime has green lit a third season of Ilene Chaiken’s brainchild The Real L Word, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

But this time New York-based lesbians will have equal opportunity to get into a drunken bar brawl, gossip about their peers and rip off their clothes and have sex with a stranger on national television --or to occasionally behave like well-adjusted adult women as has been the case in a few of TRLW storylines -- as the show will be adding New York to its filming locations with a new east coast cast and fan faves like Whitney Mixter returning.

“The series will continue to explore the lives of lesbians at home and work with Season 3 also said to have big surprises and as well as special guest star appearances throughout the season,” THR reports.

“We're excited and gratified to be picking up the stories of our most beloved Season 2 cast members at some truly major and life-altering junctures, and we think it's time to throw down and invite the women of New York to join in and demonstrate the claims they've lobbed at us these past few years … that New York's women have something more to say about lesbian life, something that isn't being said by our Los Angeles ladies,” creator/executive producer Chaiken said in a statement according to THR. “Bring it on, Brooklyn!”

Third season production on nine episodes of the series begins early next year.

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Tracy E. Gilchrist

<p>Cinephile, cyclist, proud cat lady and unabashed Pretty Little Liars guru.</p>

<p>Cinephile, cyclist, proud cat lady and unabashed Pretty Little Liars guru.</p>