Showtime confirmed a sixth and final season for The L Word. A show made by female writers and show runners who were representing lesbians in a positive way. Season 2 began airing on Showtime on February 20, and featured thirteen episodes. Bette doesn't deny the affair and begs Tina for forgiveness but later alienates herself from the group and continues the affair for a short while until realizing that it's Tina she wants to spend her life with not Candace and so ends their short affair. And many younger girls still are finding it, even now.
Some reviewers and fans are put off by the theme song introduced in the second season and the "graceless, clunky dialogue".
Leather vests at the ready! The L Word is coming back
Keller and Leslie Stratyner. By the time it saw out its sixth and final season inyou got the sense it had reached the end of the line, having taken the bizarre decision to bump off Jenny and coast off into the sunset on a whodunnit plot. The original five-year run ended with the series finale's airing on March 8, So I was excited to have that kind of female energy again. Showtime picked up a fifth season of The L Word for 12 episodes, touting the show as "a signature franchise among our viewers". They were led by Ashe, she was soft-butch teen royalty—lanky and tan, with boys underwear hanging out of her skinny jeans. The pilot episode premiered on January 18,
The New York Times. As the season progresses, lines from Alice's chart see below connect one member of each vignette with a new individual in the next. Tina and Bette reconcile during the final episode. She has since had relationships with both men and women and is currently pregnant and in a relationship with a man. Some reviewers and fans are put off by the theme song introduced in the second season and the "graceless, clunky dialogue".