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A Leaked L Word: Gen Q Teaser Promises More Drama Ahead of Season 3 Premiere

L Word: Gen Q Teaser Promises More Drama Ahead of Season 3 Premiere

The L Word Generation Q still
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Will Bette and Tina get back together??

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A teaser trailer for the next season of The L Word: Generation Q has been spotted in the wild!

As reported by Autostraddle, YouTuber Ash Silver captured the teaser trailer as it played on Amazon Prime, although an official teaser has yet to be released online by Showtime.

The theme seems to be the iconic chart, with lines being drawn between characters as new and old relationships are teased and lesbian drama rears its glorious head once again.

Glimpses of all of our faves can be seen in the short 30 seconds of video, along with a brief look at Kehlani’s foray into the world of Gen Q. A good amount of focus also seems to be on Bette and Tina, who were centered in the original L Word, got divorced in between, and have been on a will they/won’t they end up back together path ever since.

Hints about what season three will entail have been dropping for months, with promises of guest stars like Kehlani and Fletcher, word that the show picks up right after season two ends before jumping forward in time, and episode descriptions that have fans anxious to learn more.



An earlier sneak peek also confirmed that Bette and Tina may finally have to confront lingering feelings that have bubbled beneath the surface and decide where they are going to go from here.

Hopefully a real trailer will drop properly online any day now, as we continue the excruciating wait til the season premiere on November 18!

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Rachel Kiley

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.