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What To Watch If You Love 'The L Word'

Updated July 10, 2020 897 votes 77 voters 2.6k views67 items

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Wondering what to watch after The L Word? If the female-focused vibe of both The L Word and The L Word: Generation Q left you wanting more, then you're in luck! There are loads of other LGBTQ-inclusive movies and TV shows like The L Word ready for you to start bingeing. 

If you’re on the hunt for movies and TV shows similar to The L WordPose is a great TV series about LGBTQ characters in New York's ballroom culture scene in the '80s. Euphoria is another great show, about the struggles of teens that include focus on identity and relationships. 

For fans of The L Word looking for good movie recommendations, Portrait of a Lady On Fire is an excellent film that the relationship between a painter and her subject in 1700s France. Other good movies and shows featured on this list include Kiss Me, Feel Good, and The Real L Word.  

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  • The L Word: Generation Q (Showtime, 2019) is an American television drama and a revival-sequel to the 2004 series The L Word. Original characters Bette (Jennifer Beals), Alice (Leisha Hailey), and Shane (Katherine Moennig) will return, accompanied by new characters including Dani and Michah, the show centers on a group of diverse LGBTQ+ characters experiencing love, heartbreak, sex, setbacks, personal growth and success in Los Angeles....  more
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    Pose (FX, 2018) is an American dance drama television series created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Steven Canals. Set in the 1980s, the show explores the juxtaposition of several segments of life and society in New York: the rise of the luxury Trump-era universe, the downtown social and literary scene, and the ball culture world....  more
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    Feel Good (Netflix, 2020) is a British comedy-drama television series created by Mae Martin and Joe Hampson. A recovering addict and comedian (Martin) tries to control her drug habits, while balancing a new relationship in her life....  more
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  • Tales of the City (Netflix, 2019) is an American drama web television miniseries based on a series of novels by Armistead Maupin of the same name. The show follows Mary Ann, who returns home to San Francisco, fleeing the midlife crisis that her picture-perfect Connecticut life created, and is reunited with her daughter Shawna and ex-husband Brian, twenty years after leaving them behind to pursue her career and finds herself drawn back into the orbit of Anna Madrigal and the residents of 28 Barbary Lane....  more
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