The L Word Fans Are Over The Moon That The Show's Getting A Reboot
Huge fan of the The L Word? Don't panic but it has just been confirmed that the show is getting a reboot, and it's safe to say that fans cannot wait.
A new showrunner has also been announced for the programme, and writer/director Marja-Lewis Ryan will be one of the new master minds behind the sequel of the beloved series.
She will join the original creator lene Chaiken, and actors Jennifer Beals, Katherine Moennig and Leisha Hailey.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Marja dished all the goss on the sequel, revealing how important the show had been for her in her own life.
"Ilene and the original L Word made me believe that my voice mattered," Marja-Lewis revealed to the publication.
She continued: "I am beyond excited for the opportunity to usher in the next generation of diverse queer people. I couldn't imagine a better time to make this show."
The show's reboot was originally confirmed back in July, but Marja's excitement is just making the sequel even more highly anticipated for fans of the show.
"THE L WORD REBOOT IS ON ITS WAY
THIS IS NOT A GOD DAMN DRILL," exclaimed one excited fan.
While a second tweeted: "I can't believe the l word is actually coming back."
As a final questioned: "How did I only just find out that The L Word is coming back?"
If you've never watched it, The L Word was based on a group of lesbians in West Hollywood, as well as their family, friends and their romances.
The show first aired way back in 2004, running for five years on Showtime, before ending in 2009. While it feels like yesterday, the last episode was over eight years ago! Feel old yet? I definitely do.
The L Word was a one-of-a-kind show, as it was the first drama series to focus solely on lesbian characters who were open about their sexuality.
A spin-off show was also developed in 2010, called the The Real L Word...
According to Showtime fans will be introduced to a group of "self-possessed LGBTQIA characters experiencing love, heartbreak, sex, setbacks and success on the east side of L.A."
While there is no exact date for the new show, it's been claimed that the new show will air n 2018. In the mean time, binge watch the rest of the series.
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