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From L to Q: How the L Word rebooted for a new generation of queers
After a 10-year hiatus the groundbreaking series "The L Word" returns to Showtime with a new identity. As the queer community has expanded, showrunner Marja-Lewis Ryan hopes "The L Word: Generation Q" has grown with it.
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