Ten years ago, fans said “So long!” to our favorite mother-daughter duo: Lorelai and Rory Gilmore. Their quick-wit and nonstop pop-culture references were #goals for many. But Gilmore Girls was much more than a show about a hip mother and daughter. Show More Summary
Gilmore Girls' Michel Gerard had love/hate relationships with most people in Stars Hollow, but especially with his colleagues, Lorelai Gilmore and Sookie St. James. The Independence Inn employee gifted us with years of that scathingShow More Summary
Sookie (Melissa McCarthy) and Michel (Yanic Truesdale) may have been bitter rivals and frenemies on Gilmore Girls, but Melissa McCarthy and Yanic Truesdale are actually the cutest friends in real life. The former co-stars staged a mini...Show More Summary
It was a Gilmore Girls reunion in Greece today! Yanic Truesdale, who played the role of Michel in Gilmore Girls, met up with Melissa McCarthy, who played Sookie on the show, and posted a photo! Yanic and Melissa often did scenes together on the show as their characters worked at the same inn. “I love [...]
Hey everyone: Welcome back to TV Club Classic! I am picking up the years-old, cobwebbed mantle from former A.V. Club contributor David Sims to take us through the final four seasons of Gilmore Girls. As Simmmms pointed out in his final GG review for this site in 2013, there is a definitive break between seasons three and four of the series. Show More Summary
While Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life may have been completely shut out of the 2017 Emmy nominations, fans of the beloved series can take solace in the fact that something pretty special is...
Sonic Youth might have officially called it quits in 2011, but with Thurston Moore’s solo projects and collaboration with Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley on his most recent album “Rock N Roll Consciousness,” the spirit of ego-less, youthful idealism lives on. We talked to Moore ahead of his Pitchfork...
Out with some old, in with some new. The Emmys once again surprised audiences (and E! News, just check out our predictions) with the 2017 nominations, announced by Veep's Anna Chlumsky and...
Rory (Alexis Bledel) and Jess (Milo Ventimiglia) might not have gotten back together at the end of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, but they do have a date coming up. Both Bledel and Ventimiglia are nominated for Emmys this year, which...Show More Summary
Emmy nominations were announced Thursday and once again there were a few unexpected and missing faces. Here are the biggest snubs and surprises. See the list of nominees here. Snubs The Leftovers: Sigh. It was always a longshot, but many of us were hope-dicting that the final season, which aired a the Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com 69th Primetime Emmy Awards
Is a diner on the way? Well, hopefully the Lego version is, but here’s something that’s definitely real — Scott Patterson is starting his own coffee brand. Unlike his character, the actor who played Luke in Gilmore Girls loves coffee, and he’s serious enough about it to start selling beans. Show More Summary
For some reason, it’s going to be called Scotty P’s Big Mug Coffee.
“Coffee, please, and a shot of cynicism.”
Milo Ventimiglia was a big fan of his Gilmore Girls character Jess, just like the rest of us. The 39-year-old This Is Us star still gets approached by fans who loved Jess and his relationship with Rory. “Still to this day, you know, it blows me away—the impact of the Jess character, how much everyone [...]
Lauren Graham is a familiar face on the small screen thanks to roles on Gilmore Girls and Parenthood. Now she's signed on for a new show that definitely will take her in a different direction.
When Sutton Foster, Tony Award-winning actress, star of the hit show Younger, and a recent cast addition to the Gilmore Girls revival, wanted to refresh her apartment, she turned to the mecca of stylish, affordable decor: HomeGoods. The state of Sutton's apartment was cheerful but in need of some refinement. Show More Summary
If you've always wished you could stop by Luke's Diner in Stars Hollow for a cup of coffee, don't worry - you'll soon be able sip Luke's brew in your very own kitchen. Well, sort of. During a recent interview, actor Scott Patterson revealed...Show More Summary
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Gilmore Girls' curmudgeonly Luke Danes may have served coffee for a living, but he would probably loathe the idea of starting his own coffee brand. Scott Patterson, the actor who plays Luke, has no such inhibitions, and decided to make something of his own obsession with coffee. Show More Summary
Post by Lauren Gordon. As Gilmore Girls resident broody diner owner, Luke Danes (played by Scott Patterson) begrudgingly was always there to pour Lorelai and Rory a hot cup-of-joe. And if you were always a little jealous that the Gilmores were overflowing with hot coffee and men, pine no longer -- Patterson wants to pour you a cup too -- sorta'.