The L Word 6 NL subbed
Showtime confirmed a sixth and final season for The L Word. Unlike the show's previous seasons, it only lasted 8 episodes to conclude the show with 71 episodes in total. Studio executives commented on the longevity of the show, with the Showtime president of entertainment Robert Greenblatt saying that The L Word has "surpassed its niche as a gay show". The sixth season premiered on January 18, 2009 and ended its original run on March 8 of the same year. Producers and writers of The L Word took viewers' opinions regarding the final season’s episodes. The main story of the season is related to the death of Jennifer Schecter and the rest of the season is a flashback from that point.
Before airing the show, Creator Ilene Chaiken denied reports of socialite Paris Hilton guest starring on an interview on gaydarnation.com. Ilene Chaiken said in an interview with the New York Post Magazine that she had offered DJ Samantha Ronson a guest spot in Season 6 but Ronson declined as she was busy. In July 2008, it was confirmed that Elizabeth Berkley would star as Kelly Wentworth (née Freemont) in a multi-episode arc of the final season. Mei Melançon also made guest appearances for the last season as Jamie Chen, a counselor from the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Youth Center who befriends Alice and Tasha and becomes their third-wheel crush.
A shocking revelation about the fate of a major character leads to a season-long series of flashbacks that will reveal the events leading up to a tragedy.
Bette and Tina discuss plans for a new life together, but the reappearance of an old acquaintance of Bette's threatens their future; Tasha and Alice seek counseling for their compatibility issues; an old flame sends Helena reeling.
The negative of Jenny's movie goes missing, while Shane's apologies to her are finally noticed; Jenny dismisses Alice's aspiration to write a screenplay; Phyllis shares a secret with Bette; Kit and Helena open a new nightclub.
Shane and Jenny are still melting over each other; Bette and Tina meet a potential birth mother; Max tries to deal with being pregnant; Alice and Tasha play matchmaker; and Kelly Wentworth (Elizabeth Berkley) may have what Bette needs.
Jenny writes another script that sells; Bette and Kelly go into business; Alice and Tasha have a third-wheel crush; the girls plot a sting operation to test Dylan; Jenny encroaches further on Shane.
Jenny throws a baby shower for Max; Bette and Tina hit a roadblock in the adoption process; Bette goes solo to her gallery's opening night celebration; Shane is feeling boxed in by Jenny; Alice starts to feel like three is a crowd.
Rumors fly around a dance marathon that Alice and Tasha are having relationship trouble; someone plans a move to the Big Apple; Kit meets a real man; there's a no-show at the bus station.
What starts out as a celebration of friendship quickly ends in a web of betrayal and deceit; the girls find themselves being investigated about Jenny's untimely death by Sergeant Duffy.
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