Showtime announced yesterday that it's bringing the Sapphic reality series The Real L Word back for a third season, and this time it will be giving a voice to the voiceless: the lesbians of New York City.
Apparently, the women in the boroughs have felt that there are some pressing issues that deserve some attention, said creator and executive producer Ilene Chaiken.
"It's time to throw down and invite the women of New York to join in and demonstrate the claims they've lobbed at us these past few years... that New York's women have something more to say about lesbian life, something that isn't being said by our Los Angeles ladies."
The ladies of L.A. will still be a strong focus of the show, and Chaiken noted the show will be picking up at some pretty life-altering junctures when it comes to fan favorites from seasons prior.
Hopefully this turns into a cross-country West Side Story, with dueling gangs of girls. Knowing how this show goes, though, it'll most likely end in tears when our favorite character, Whitney, starts breaking hearts on both coasts.