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On Sunday, December 8 at 10pm, Showtime premieres THE L WORD: GENERATION Q with three of the original THE L WORD cast -- Jennifer Beals (as Bette Porter), Katherine Moennig (as Shane McCutcheon) and Leisha Hailey (as Alice Pieszecki) -- returning alongside a new group of diverse, self-possessed LGBTQIA+ characters. The original groundbreaking drama series that explored lesbian life in L.A. ran for six seasons.


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Today in TV History: December 11

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  • 1992:  First broadcast by KNIN-TV (channel 9; Caldwell, ID) as KHDT-TV.
  • 1968:  First broadcast by KECY-TV (channel 9; El Centro, CA).
  • 1953:  First broadcast by KTVA-TV (channel 11; Anchorage, AK).
  • 1952:  First opera (''Carmen'') televised in color.
  • 1952:  First pay-TV production of an opera (Carmen)
  • 1949:  First broadcast by WOAI-TV (channel 4; San Antonio, TX).
  • 1948:  First broadcast by WTHV-TV (channel 5; Syracuse, NY) as WHEN-TV on channel 8.
  • 1948:  First broadcast by WMC-TV (channel 5; Memphis, TN) as WMCT-TV on channel 5.

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