The L Word: Season 6 - Rotten Tomatoes

The L Word: Season 6 (2009)




Critic Consensus: Blame Jenny.


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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 Moira/Max Sweeney
Cybill Shepherd
as Phyllis Kroll
Marlee Matlin
as Jodi Lerner
Elizabeth Berkley
as Kelly Wentworth
Mei Melançon
as Jamie Chen
Alexandra Hedison
as Dylan Moreland
Roger R. Cross
as Sunset Boulevard
Lucy Lawless
as Sgt. Marybeth Duffy
Erin Daniels
as Dana Fairbanks
Brian Markinson
as Aaron Kornbluth
Eric Mabius
as Tim Haspel
Kate French
as Niki Stevens
Dallas Roberts
as Angus Partridge
Peter Hanlon
as Preston Gavin
Agam Darshi
as Waitress
Jane Lynch
as Joyce Wischnia
Katharine Isabelle
as Marci Salvatore
Guinevere Turner
as Gabby Deveaux
Wallace Shawn
as William Halsey
Miriam Smith
as Lamaze Instructor
Malaya Rivera Drew
as Adele Channing
Jacqueline Samuda
as Saundra Houston
VJ Delos-Reyes
as Taxi Stand Supervisor
Kalyn Miles
as Karo Myer
Brenda Campbell
as Mary Lamm
Irene Karas
as Jill Lion
Katie Messina
as ER Nurse
Kirby Morrow
as Randy Griff
Maya Washington
as Club Girl
Alain Chanoine
as Hunky Guy
Gina Chiarelli
as Dr. Mandy
Jason Benson
as Officer
Sean Tyson
as Det. Sean Holden
Melanie Blackwell
as Receptionist
Daryl Shuttleworth
as Dan Foxworthy
Karen Kruper
as Lorraine
Tanja Reichert
as Entourage Friend No. 1
Conor Roche
as Bartender
Bethany Brown
as Entourage Friend No. 2
Jessica Erwin
as Tina's Assistant
Kevin Lorage
as Art Patron No. 1
Tracy Spiridakos
as Pretty Young Woman
Dwight Koss
as Art Patron No. 2
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All Critics (10) | Top Critics (6)

The L Word, however, is regressing into a petulant adolescence.

March 20, 2019 | Full Review…

Although The L Word's writing over the years has been uneven at best, outlandish at worst, the series should be commended for raising tricky questions about race, gender, and orientation.

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

It has no business being on anyone's television.

March 21, 2019 | Full Review…

It's too bad the producers waste the series' final episodes with Jenny at the center. The story arc makes Jenny even more irritating than she was before.

March 19, 2019 | Full Review…

The L Word was the only show this season that let me step into some kind of lesbian life, even if it was fake.

June 29, 2018 | Full Review…

Jenny Schecter, a character so annoying she eventually - via a spectacularly awful, shark-jumping dream sequence - became the undoing of the whole show.

March 20, 2019 | Full Review…
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