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Also, dramas without males' chauvinistic nature create a uniquely comfortable mood, which even the straight audience may feel refreshing.
Gaining a wide range of supporters and fans beyond the lesbian community must be a big factor of the show's success, which made it possible for the series to continue to Season Two.
Besides the main cast (Jennifer Beals, Leisha Hailey, Laurel Holloman, Mia Kirshner, Katherine Moennig and Pam Grier), Eric Mabius (Tim), Karina Lombard (Marina) and Preston Cook (James) are the only actors who appeared in the pilot and the finale.
See more » This artistically well-done Showtime-made TV series primarily focuses on portrayal of lesbians in their 20s to 40s as urban professionals and deals with their everyday issues; at the same time, thematic materials such as working on relationships or struggling against temptations have universal qualities so that any open-minded persons, regardless of gender and sexual orientation, can associate with the happenings in the show.
Speaking of the show's success, one cannot overlook its artistic merits, which are extraordinary as a TV show's.
Dragun was a hostess at the ATP tournament and says that it is still early days.
"And that's why I feel in such a good place now.
I don't feel Erica wants to change me in any way.
A brief encounter at the party with Marina, the owner of the local coffeehouse, suddenly has Jenny thrust into a whole new world that makes her question her own sexual orientation.
Other friends of Bette and Tina include Dana, a professional tennis player who is shy but eager to meet the right woman; Alice, a magazine writer who has a brief relationship with a self-identified "lesbian" man; and Shane, a hairstylist who can't stick to just one woman, and Kit, Bette's half sister who struggles with alcoholism.
The Northern Ireland ace last year married Erica in an 800-year-old Ashford Castle two years after he had proposed in Paris.