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By Jane Ridley. Playfully resting her Chanel boot on the banister of the ornate, sweeping staircase inside a bustling Manhattan hotel, Sarah Shahi tosses back her head and gives a sexy, throaty laugh. But beneath the cool exterior, this down-to-earth Texan is enjoying the elements of farce. Shahi shifts her leg to let them through, like some shapely drawbridge.
Is Sarah Shahi a lesbian?
I watched DVDs sent to me by Netflix. I was hooked on the large cast filled with women from the first episode. I wanted to be there in The Planet with them, having morning coffee and listing all the euphemisms for vagina I could imagine. While I was busy relishing the refreshing impact of a drama featuring mostly female characters, I looked around the blogosphere for reviews and comments on this show I thought was so fabulous. I surfed around among many lesbian writers, sampling what they had to say about The L Word.
The L Word is an American-Canadian co-production television drama series portraying the lives of a group of lesbians and their friends, connections, family, and lovers in the trendy Greater Los Angeles , California city of West Hollywood. The series originally ran on Showtime from January 18, to March 8, , and subsequently in syndication on Logo and through on-demand services. On July 11, , it was announced a sequel series, titled Generation Q , was in the works with Showtime, who then picked it up in January for a premiere later that year. The pilot episode premiered on January 18, The original five-year run ended with the series finale's airing on March 8,