Dr. Luisa Alver (Yara Martinez): In Season 1, Luisa, an OB-GYN, distraught after her wife Allison cheated on her, accidentally inseminated Jane. She feared a lawsuit and contacted her old flame, Rose, an ex-lawyer, and her father’s socialite wife. They continued having an affair, and hooked up again in 1×02 (kiss and fade-to-black) and 1×03.
Luisa a recovering alcoholic, left on a drinking bender, only returning to the show in 1×08. Luisa confronted Rose, telling her she wanted to be with her, and threatened to tell her father unless Rose came clean first. Rose, in order to avoid that, had her committed to a mental institution. Wanting information from Luisa, Rose visited her in 1×10, bringing powdered donuts, their usual post-sex snack, said she felt terrible, and told her she loved her. They had sex again at the mental institution and Rose got the information she needed post-sex. In 1×12, Rose was revealed as a notorious drug lord going by Sin Rostro, and killed her husband, Emilio. In 1×14, her brother finally got Luisa out of the mental institution Luisa met with the police to talk about Rose, “the greatest love story of all time”.
To get some space, Luisa left for an ashram for a while, and she returned to the show in 1×20, with a new girlfriend, ‘Juicy Jordan’, a pro wrestler. Meanwhile Rose/Sin Rostro was MIA until Season 1 finale when she showed up to kidnap Jane’s baby.
In Season 2, Luisa’s new girlfriend broke up with her over Rose, and Luisa was kidnapped in order to send Rose a message. After she escaped, Luisa found new information about her mother’s suicide which she started to investigate, collaborating with detective Susanna Barnett whom she developed a crush on. In 2×04, she also slept with Heidi Von Ocher, a professional yodeler, although she was still secretly in contact with Rose online.
Susanna and Luisa got closer and begun a fling which Susana ended when Luisa confessed her eternal love for Rose. Luisa then got in a car accident and was visited by Rose in the hospital. The police show up and although Rose almost escaped, Luisa found her lying dead on the stairwell. Luisa, broken over Rose’s death, started drinking again and in 2×13, after talking to Susana, she went back to rehab. Luisa came back to the show in the Season 2 finale, and she and Susana got back together. At the end of the season, Susana, after shooting her partner Michael, went to Luisa and told her they had to run. When Luisa questioned why, Susana pulled off a face mask and revealed she was Rose, telling Luisa: “Don’t look so surprised, you know ours is the greatest love story ever told.”
In Season 3 premiere, Luisa and Rose escaped together, and they are together on a submarine, while the police are tracking them by the trail of powdered sugar they leave behind. They appear again in 3×03, still on the submarine. There is a flashbacks to 3 months earlier, after they escaped together, and Rose told Luisa she loves her, and wants to build a life with her. Luisa answered with: “if I have sex with you once, it doesn’t mean that I’m saying yes”. Back to present-day, they continue having sex, with Luisa still angry with Rose for killing her father. Rose asks again to build a life together, and Luisa asks for the list of the people Rose killed. It’s 2 pages long.
Luisa gets an email from her brother, and Rose offers letting Luisa go home, tell her brother everything, and she would never hear from her again. Luisa goes home.
Appearances: 22 episodes.
Female love interests:
- Allison (off-screen, ex-wife)
- Rose (Bridget Regan, lesbian, recurring)
- Susanna Barnett 💀 (Megan Ketch, lesbian, recurring, 12 episodes)
- Juicy Jordan (Vanessa Vander Pluym, guest, 3 episodes)
- Heidi Von Ocher (Linn Bjornland, guest, 1 episode)
Romantic arc with a woman: Yes
No male love interests
 A romantic arc is defined as explicit, on screen, and lasts 3 episodes or more. It is listed as questionable or subtext if romance is only implied, dream sequences, or otherwise not explicit for the viewer.
 Sweeps episodes air in February, May, July and November, the periods when advertising rates are set. A character is marked as "sweeps" when there is a very limited number of episodes that address their sexuality, all air during sweeps period, and the storyline is otherwise ignore/dropped.