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Sign In. The L Word I — Hide Spoilers. Normal Defined: "L" is a soulful, beautiful pure character drama liquidcelluloid-1 20 March Once the show starts rolling, the characters sink their teeth into you and don't let go. A niche series played so specifically to a sliver demographic it could only work on Showtime, "L" is a strong-fisted answer to "Sex and the City" - though different in every possible way.
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The 10 Steamiest and Most Sensual Sex Scenes in ‘The L Word’
The L Word never shied away from nudity or sex. The series, about a group of lesbians living and loving in Los Angeles, was bold and frank in its portrayal of love scenes. As it turns out, the cast and crew took these very seriously. When EW reunited the cast, they talked love scenes with other women and doing sex scene research.
But Showtime's ambitious and superb new offering, "The L Word," may have more clutter to get through than most before an honest assessment can occur. After all, this is a high-profile "lesbian drama" from a channel that already has a high-profile gay male drama in "Queer As Folk. While that may be the case, it takes nothing away from the fact that Showtime has allowed a creator, Ilene Chaiken, to bring to the small screen her vision of an expansive lesbian community in Los Angeles -- a feat she pulls off with only a few fits and starts. Still, Showtime is promoting the series in a fashion that leaves little doubt that its ad department wants to link "The L Word" stylistically to HBO's "Sex and the City. But such is life in television -- sometimes you've got to cut through the crap to even get noticed.