Lexus Broadband welcomes the return of It Got Better

Inspired by sex columnist Dan Savage's It Gets Better Project, the series features six LGBT personalities who overcame personal obstacles.
April 30, 2015

The second season of the docuseries It Got Better, a collaboration between Lisa Kudrow and Dan Bucatinsky’s Is Or Isn’t Entertainment (Web Therapy) and Dan Savage’s It Gets Better Project, is returning to the Lexus-owned broadband channel L/Studio.

Accessible at Lstudio.com and YouTube, the six-episode second season started rolling out April 29. It focuses on LGBT celebrities sharing their personal stories of how they overcame their obstacles and life struggles, with special emphasis on how and when life got better for them.

The first episode features comedienne and actor Rosie O’Donnell. Future episodes will include actors Portia de Rossi, Andrew Rannells and RuPaul; author Janet Mock and interior design/TV personality Nate Berkus.

Season one subjects included Star Trek‘s George Takei, Glee‘s Jane Lynch and Orange Is The New Black‘s Laverne Cox, fashionista Tim Gunn, athlete Jason Collins and recording artists Tegan & Sara.

“Those who have taken part in both seasons of this series are proof points to the message that it gets better,” said Ted Farley, executive director of Dan Savage’s It Gets Better Project.

The L/Studio channel is enjoying its sixth year in existence, and hosts a selection of original films, live-action shows, comedy programs and documentary programs to attract, according to a press release, “a discerning, inquisitive audience outside of the traditional automotive encounter.”

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