The L Word: Generation Q is returning to Showtime.
An update of the breakout drama from host Marja-Lewis Ryan and creator Ilene Chaiken has been refreshed for a third season at the premium cable network powered by ViacomCBS.
The news comes months after season two ended in October with the official decision coming after Showtime cut three scripted films – TV series American Rust and comedy movies Black Monday and In process.
Showtime announced the third season of 10 episodes of Generation Q will return at a specified date later this year. Original stars and performance producers Jennifer Beals, Leisha Hailey and Katherine Moennig will all return, along with new faces Arienne Mandi, Leo Sheng, Jacqueline Toboni, Rosanny Zayas, Sepideh Moafi and Jordan Hull. With innovation, Generation Q will be half of the original L Wordof six running seasons.
The L Word The renewal comes as Showtime recently ended its revival of its old title Dexter and bring back Ray Donovan for a movie ending after the show was canceled immediately.
Recently, the driver has become famous for Dexter: New Blood and breakthrough freshman Yellow jacket delivers strong ratings and streaming returns on the Showtime platform. Their scripted list also includes American Gigolo, Back to Life, Billions, The Chi, City on a Hill, The First Lady, Three Women, The Man Who Fell to Earth, Super Pumped, I Love That For You and Let Him in, among others.