The L Word: Season 4 - Rotten Tomatoes

The L Word: Season 4 (2007)




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The lives of a group of lesbian friends in L.A. make for a sexy and stylish cable drama that tackles provocative issues (such as gender confusion, prejudice and gay parenting) with wit and grace, though with an occasional tendency to resolve story arcs a bit too neatly.


Jennifer Beals
as Bette Porter
Laurel Holloman
as Tina Kennard
Mia Kirshner
as Jenny Schecter
Pam Grier
as Kit Porter
Leisha Hailey
as Alice Pieszecki
Katherine Moennig
as Shane McCutcheon
Rachel Shelley
as Helena Peabody
Daniela Sea
as Max Sweeney
Cybill Shepherd
as Phyllis Kroll
Marlee Matlin
as Jodi Lerner
Sandrine Holt
as Catherine Rothberg
Alf Humphreys
as Dick Petersen
Brian Markinson
as Aaron Kornbluth
Rosanna Arquette
as Cherie Jaffe
Bruce Davison
as Leonard Kroll
Deanne Bray
as Amy Reed
Eric Roberts
as Gabriel McCutcheon
Camille Mitchell
as Becca Voynovich
Eileen Bui
as Jun Yin
Liza Ulrych
as Woman at Shelter
Aleks Holtz
as Priv. Brown
Erin Daniels
as Dana Fairbanks
Ken Camroux-Taylor
as Father O'Shea
Tom Butler
as Skip Connelly
France Perras
as Mrs. Greif
Ben Ayres
as Lorenzo
David Orth
as Mr. Wincorn
Beverly Breuer
as Ms. Rapson
Kevin Crofton
as Chubster
Carrie Fleming
as Saskia Phillips
Haili Page
as Hailie
Toshi Reagon
as Herself
Cheryl Hunter
as Spec. Sochynsky
Peter Hanlon
as Preston
Stacy Sheard
as Co-pilot
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All Critics (5) | Top Critics (1)

It may not be appointment television - I rarely watch an episode in real time - but it's an attractive, enjoyable option.

March 20, 2019 | Full Review…

The L Word can't seem to resist the urge to push character-driven storylines into Big Dramatic Issues territory, and though its desire to be politically relevant is admirable, most of these attempts come off as contrived.

April 1, 2020 | Rating: 6/10 | Full Review…

It would be easy to dismiss the series as superficial lipstick lesbian soap opera or thinly disguised straight-male fantasy. But there's much more at stake here, socially and politically.

April 1, 2020 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

The creative decline of The L Word is one of TV's bigger disappointments, even taking into account the fact that downward spirals are inevitable for nearly every TV series.

March 4, 2019 | Full Review…

With the Iraq war in contention and Max showing the underrepresented Trans community, The L Word continues to tackle relevant issues while giving us some quirky, strangely glamorous eye candy.

June 29, 2018 | Full Review…

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