New Lesbian Detective Show Being Considered By Networks

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As the L-Word enters its final season, television networks might have found their replacement with The Seer (

When the L-Word debuted in 2004, networks were astounded that the new television series did so well at capturing a diverse television audience in addition to its anticipated gay following. Since the L-Word's success television networks have attempted to replicate the Lesbian story line into various television shows.

With the L-Word entering its final television season, savvy networks attempting to build on the success of the Lesbian drama are eyeing The Seer ( Billed as Cagney and Lacy, meets Medium, meets the L-Word, The Seer captures both mainstream and gay audiences with its powerful crime solving story line with a lesbian undertone.

The Seer (, the brainchild of creator/writer Linda Andersson, takes its audience on the journey of Lesbian Private Detective Guin Marcus who struggles professionally and personally with her powers as The Seer, a visionary who is frequently hired by the L.A.P.D. to help solve crimes. In addition to assisting the L.A.P.D., Guin's steamy love life is guaranteed to satiate the lonely L-Word audience.

The Pilot for The Seer ( has been reviewed by Hollywood insiders and the buzz of the "to be" drama has already leaked to Lesbian web sites like "With no new news on Elizabeth Keener's proposed lesbian crime show for here! Network, maybe The Seer will hit the air first. And we'll get to enjoy a lot more of Michelle, Deborah and clairvoyant lesbians with guns."

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