For years, Lauren Graham and her “Gilmore Girls” cohorts were asked about the possibility of a reunion — either in movie form or by way of more television episodes. Then it finally happened. A four-part revival of the cult-favorite dramedy, which originally ran for seven seasons from 2000 to 2007...
Good news for those looking to go back to Stars Hollow.
"It certainly wasn't the ending I was expecting," Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life star Alexis Bledel said about the final four words that closed out the Netflix’s revival series. Speaking at Deadline’s The Contenders Emmys event last...Show More Summary
Netflix is like some strange nostalgia fairy, listening to our ardent wishes from returns of beloved series, or sequels to cult comedies, and miraculously awarding us the resurrections of Full House, The Gilmore Girls, Arrested Development and Wet Hot American...
Lauren Graham isn’t shutting down the possibility of more Gilmore Girls in the future – but she does have some concerns! “I will never have a happier day at work as I had over the years on this show or is something that is a fit. It’s a person that I love and in a [...]
Luke's Diner has been re-imagined as a LEGO set.
It seems like Gilmore Girls fans will have to call Maury Povich in to get to the bottom of the final four words of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. Spoiler alert! The Netflix revival...
(Image credit: Rainer Zufall) People love LEGO. They also love Gilmore Girls. Now the two have come together in an idea so pure and beautiful that we can't help but love it. Behold, a replica Luke's Diner made from the toy blocks. READ MORE »
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Oy with the completely perfect Lego sets already! The company that enhanced everyone's childhood could be creating a product that will make Gilmore Girls fans of all ages weep with joy: a Luke's Diner Lego set. passes out SEE ALSO: 'Lego...Show More Summary
Lauren Graham doesn't want to get murdered. The Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life star told E! News she does not want to share who she personally would like to be the--SPOILER...
Lauren Graham's onscreen kids have grown up so much. During Netflix's Gilmore Girls FYC event in Beverly Hills on Thursday, the former Parenthood actress (who played Sarah Braverman on the show) had a little reunion with her costars, Miles Heizer (Drew Holt) and Mae Whitman (Amber Holt). Show More Summary
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Kevin Pollak (Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show) and Faking It alumna Bailey De Young are set for recurring roles on Amazon dramedy series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Written and directed by Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, Marvelous Mrs. Show More Summary
Still feeling the rush from that Gilmore Girls revival? Head on over to Lego Ideas, where user Rainer Zufall has uploaded an amazing submission for a Luke’s Diner Lego set. Your minifig collection is about to become overly caffeinated!...Show More Summary
At the WHCD, the first female Secretary of State shared how that 'GG' role came to be.
It's been a good few years for TV revivals, huh? Netflix has brought back shows like Arrested Development and Full House, as well as the limited run of Gilmore Girls, and various television networks are reviving The X-Files, Twin Peaks,...Show More Summary
Welcome to our newest series, What’s Casting: New York! Check back every week for a spotlight on the biggest projects looking for talent in the city that never sleeps. Amazon’s forthcoming comedy “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” created by Amy Sherman-Palladino of “Gilmore Girls” renown, is casting New York City background actors. Show More Summary
How do the Gilmore Girls talk so fast? What's going on with the multiverses in Stranger Things? Why do we all squeal when we see the puppies on Fuller House? As always, Bill Nye the Science Guy has the answers.