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Recently, CBS served up the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Good Wife" episode 8 of season 7. The episode is entitled, "Restraint," and it turns out that we're going to see some very interesting and high drama stuff go down as a very heated case has Diane personally conflicted. Alicia and Lucca get desperate for new business, and more! In the new, 8th episode press release: Diane Is Personally Conflicted When She Is Forced To Argue A Heated Case In Order To Keep An Important Client, On "The Good Wife," Sunday, Nov. 22. Press release number 2: Diane is going to be personally conflicted when she is forced to argue a heated case between pro-choice and pro-life advocates in order to retain an important client, represented by attorney Ethan Carver (Peter Gallagher). Also, Alicia and Lucca will be desperate for new business and will attempt to poach clients from Louis »
Forget burning— is Paris returning?! After news broke that Gilmore Girls would be returning for a four-episode limited series on Netflix and the Internet had a coffee-fueled meltdown, speculation soon began over which beloved characters would return. While it's expected that the big names—Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop, and Scott Patterson—will reprise their roles in the revival (in the present-day), other fan favorites' participation in the highly anticipated series is Tbd. So, of course, when E! News caught up with Liza Weil—aka Paris Geller, Rory's (Alexis Bledel) hilariously icy enemy-turned-bff—at the New York Paleyfest event for How to Get Away »
Gilmore Girls without Sookie St. James?
That scenario might break your Stars Hollow-loving heart, but alas, it’s one you might have to face when Netflix revives the beloved series with four 90-minute episodes/mini-movies in the very near future. (TVLine reported the revival news late last month, though reps for Netflix and Warner Bros. have yet to comment.)
RelatedGilmore Girls Revival’s 4-Episode Narrative Twist Revealed
Granted, negotiations with the show’s primary cast — Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop and Scott Patterson — are still underway. But given that Sookie’s portrayer, Melissa McCarthy, has gone on to »
It's been just over a week since news broke that Netflix was eyeing a "Gilmore Girls" revival, and now, there's word that the limited series may feature a cool narrative twist.
TVLine reports that the entire season will take place over the course of one calendar year, with each of the four 90-minute mini-movies/episodes devoted to events that take place in one of the four seasons: winter, spring, summer, and fall. If that wasn't intriguing enough, there's also more good news happening behind the scenes, according to TVLine:
As-p ["Gg" creator Amy Sherman-Palladino] and exec producer Daniel Palladino (Aka Team Palladino) will write and direct the entire revival, which will be set in the present day (or roughly eight years after the series ended). Negotiations with the show's primary cast - Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop and Scott Patterson - are said to be underway.
We like that they're not going to »
- Katie Roberts
We're still screaming over the news that Netflix is bringing back "Gilmore Girls," and now we have more details to excite us. TV Line is reporting that the revival's unusual structure -- four 90-minute mini-movies -- will come in the form of four chapters, each entered around a different season of one calendar year. Also noted: As-p and exec producer Daniel Palladino (Aka Team Palladino) will write and direct the entire revival, which will be set in the present day (or roughly eight years after the series ended). Negotiations with the show’s primary cast — Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop and Scott Patterson — are said to be underway. Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes.
- J.D. Borden
Gilmore Girls‘ unorthodox revival structure is about to make a whole lot more sense.
As we reported last week, Netflix is reviving Amy Sherman-Palladino’s beloved dramedy via four 90-minute episodes/mini-movies — a relatively unusual format for a TV continuation.
RelatedGilmore Girls Revival on Netflix: Yep, There Will Be a [Spoiler]
Well, according to insiders, each episode will represent a different season over the course of one calendar year. In other words, there will be a fall chapter, a winter chapter, a spring chapter and a summer chapter. (“Winter, spring, summer or fall… all you have to do is call… »
Gilmore Girls fans, you might need to sit down for this news, because what we’ve all wanted for the longest time is finally, actually happening. According TVLine’s Michael Ausiello, Netflix and Warner Bros. have reached a deal for a limited-series revival of Gilmore Girls, written by series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and executive producer Daniel Palladino, that will air on the streaming giant. The revival, which will consist of four 90-minute episodes, is reportedly set to happen, even though negotiations with the cast are only just beginning. TVLine reports that all of the series major stars, such as Lauren Graham (Lorelei), Alexis Bledel (Rory), Kelly Bishop (Emily), and Scott Patterson (Luke), are expected to return for the continuation series. Neither Warner Bros. or Netflix have confirmed the news yet. Additionally, TVLine is also reporting that the Gilmore Girls revival will have a time jump and more than likely take »
- Chris King
"There is nothing in the works, but the good news is nobody here hates each other," "Gilmore Girls" creator Amy Sherman-Palladino told attendees at Atx Festival this summer, where cast members staged a reunion. And either she was playing coy, or Netflix heard the cry of fans who wanted more. TV Line reports that Netflix is rebooting the beloved series for what will be four mini-movies/extended, ninety minute episodes. Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop and Scott Patterson are all expected to return, with Sherman-Palladino and executive producer Daniel Palladino also back to finish what they started. As fans know, the final season of "Gilmore Girls" did without Sherman-Palladino following failed contract negotiations with Warner Bros., but now she's back to get some real closure. No word yet if Melissa McCarthy will reprise her role of Sookie St. James, or what other supporting characters will be back, but according to the internet, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
"The Gilmore Girls" are back!
To much glee on Twitter, multiple outlets confirmed with sources that Netflix is reviving the beloved WB/CW dramedy for a four-episode limited series. It would be written by creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, who left the series prior to the final season.
The episodes would be 90 minutes each, functioning more as mini-movies; "Gilmore Girls" is reportedly a top performer for Netflix. Stars Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Scott Patterson, and Kelly Bishop are all in talks to reprise their roles.
"Gilmore Girls" ran for seven seasons, from 2000-2007, originally on the WB and then on the CW. It quickly became beloved by fans for its quirky sense of humor, loving relationship between single mother Lorelai (Graham) and daughter Rory (Alexis Bledel), and the whip-smart, pop culture-referencing dialogue.
While the key stars are all likely to return for the revival, other actors like Melissa McCarthy (who played chef Sookie St. »
- Kelly Woo
Netflix is at it again, reviving much-loved shows that we thought long dead. They did it with Arrested Development, and now they’re giving Gilmore Girls – which went off the air in 2007 - the same treatment.
The online streaming giant has reached a deal with Warner Bros. to produce new episodes, and negotiations with the show’s stars are just beginning.
Although it might be tough to find room in the schedules of Melissa McCarthy (now a Hollywood star in her own right, with the likes of Spy under her belt and Ghostbusters on the way) and Sean Gunn (now in dual roles as both a Ravager and the physical embodiment of Rocket Racoon for his brother’s Guardians Of The Galaxy movies), with any luck, the »
In the world of television, no finale is final, ever! As 90s nostalgia starts to twist its way into the 2000s, we're receiving word that the classic WB series Gilmore Girls, which ended its run on The CW, is coming back! The entire original cast will appear in a new limited event series happening on Netflix! And the show's original creator will be writing all of the episodes. How's that for some truly exciting TV news?
Sources confirm that Netflix has just closed a deal with Warner Bros. for the return of Gilmore Girls. Amy Sherman-Palladino, who created the series, will write four 90-minute episodes, which will play out as mini-movies. She will collaborate with original executive producer Daniel Palladino, her husband, in crafting these revival scripts.
No cast members have been officially confirmed. But the original gang is currently in negotiations. All of the major players will be back, »
Get ready, Stars Hollow: Lorelai and Rory are preparing a comeback! TV Line reports that Gilmore Girls is being revived at Netflix, which picked up all seven seasons of the show last year. The show will return for a limited series, to be written by the show's creator Amy Sherman-Palladino. Negotiations are still ongoing, but most of the original cast — including Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop, and Scott Patterson — are all expected to reprise their fan-favorite roles. (Sadly, Melissa McCarthy is not thought to be returning as Sookie.) Earlier this year, the cast reunited at the Atx Television Festival in honor of the show's 15th anniversary. The revival is expected to involve four 90-minute episodes/mini-movies, leading up to the conclusion Sherman-Palladino says she never got to write. You have our permission to start freaking out. »
- Dee Lockett
Netflix is planning a return trip to Stars Hollow.
The digital channel is developing a revival of the much-loved Warner Bros. series “Gilmore Girls” with creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and her husband, exec producer Daniel Palladino. The project would be four 90-minute movies, rather than a series, Variety has learned. Warner Bros. and Netflix both declined to comment.
Set in the small, fictional town of Stars Hollow, Ct., the original series starred Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel as fast-talking, pop-culture loving mother-daughter duo Lorelei and Rory Gilmore. It ran for seven seasons, starting out on the WB and then moving to the CW after the 2006 merger. Other actors appearing over the course of the run include Melissa McCarthy, Scott Patterson, Kelly Bishop, Edward Herrmann, Jared Padalecki, Sean Gunn, Milo Ventimiglia, Matt Czuchry and Chad Michael Murray.
Rumors of a revival have long been in the works, with Sherman-Palladino telling fans at »
- Whitney Friedlander
Who's ready to go back to Stars Hollow? Excuse us while we hyperventilate, but a limited-series revival of Gilmore Girls is apparently in the works at Netflix, to be written by series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and executive producer Daniel Palladino. Negotiations with the cast are just beginning, but it's expected that the big names—Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop, and Scott Patterson—will return to their iconic roles. The revival will reportedly consist of four 90-minute episodes. TVLine.com first reported the news. Story developing »
This Just In: We’re getting those final four words!
Although negotiations with the cast are only now beginning, I’m told all of the major players — most notably Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop and Scott Patterson — are expected back for the continuation. Additionally, per multiple insiders, the revival will consist of four 90-minute episodes/mini-movies.
Reps for Warner Bros. and Netflix declined to comment for this story.
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The “Gilmore Girls” has found a new home.
Up has acquired all seven seasons of the family drama from Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution, the network announced Thursday at the Television Critics Association press tour. The 153 episodes will begin airing on Up this fall.
“We’ve acquired one of the most beloved shows in family TV history, and we are thrilled to add such a critically acclaimed family series to our lineup,” said Up exec VP and general manager Amy Winter in a statement.
“‘Gilmore Girls’ is a fan-favorite series that retains a very large and passionate following,” added Up senior VP of programming Sophia Kelley, who negotiated the deal. “The strong and loving mother-daughter relationship portrayed in ‘Gilmore Girls’ is a beautiful testament to the wonderful power of family drama. The series is a perfect fit for our brand of family entertainment.”
- Alex Stedman
Lauren Graham is spilling the tea about her on-screen daughter's hot hookups! The "Gilmore Girls" star stopped by "Watch What Happens Live" on Wednesday night, where host Andy Cohen quizzed her on Alexis Bledel's TV boyfriends. A fan asked the hard-hitting question: Which one of Rory Gilmore's boyfriends would she want to hook up with in real life? "Ooo! Would I want to? Oh, um, Milo? Milo. I'm a brunette person. Milo Ventimiglia," Graham admitted. Of course, in real life, she's still with partner and former "Parenthood" costar Peter Krause. Check out the clip above to see her squirm as she answers the question! It's been 8 years since the finale of the beloved series, and the cast recently reunited at the Austin TV Festival to reminisce about their time in Stars Hollow. While Melissa McCarthy couldn't make it, Graham, Bledel, Ventimiglia, Jared Padalecki, Scott Patterson, Kelly Bishop, Yanic Truesdale, »
- tooFab Staff
The Gilmore Girls reunion at the Atx TV Festival filled the internet with tears, feels, and tweets, but that’s not it for the cast or our obsession with all things Gilmore. Before their panel appearance on Saturday, the Gilmore Girls themselves (Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, and Kelly Bishop) were joined by Scott Patterson, Jared Padalecki, and series creator Amy Sherman Palladino at the Today show to talk about the series, and the past, present, and future of Stars Hollow. Yes, the future! And bless them, did they talk. Check out the video below, which is an hour long and full of amazing information about whether or not a revival might happen, the relationships on set (non-spoiler: they all love each other), learning that famous snappy dialogue, and much, much more. And stay tuned for when the full panel video is released as well, for more Gilmore goodness (because truly, »
- Allison Keene
Before the cast of Gilmore Girls reunited at the Atx Television Festival in Austin last weekend, a few of the show's favorite characters — played by Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop, Jared Padalecki, and Scott Patterson — as well as the creator, Amy Sherman-Palladino — sat down with the Today show for an hour-long interview. In it, they discussed everything from the show's mile-a-minute dialogue to similarities to their characters, and many other little fun facts. (Though, sadly, they're still tight-lipped on plans for a Gilmore Girls revival.) Here are six things we learned.1. Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel actually ate the food on the show. Lorelai and Rory were known for their bad eating habits — Chinese takeout was a food group in their minds — and, unlike many health-conscious actors, Graham and Bledel weren't afraid to indulge in their characters' guilty pleasures. "It really bothers me when actors »
- Dee Lockett
RelatedGilmore Girls Reunion Tackles Luke & Lorelai’s Future, Rory’s Best Suitor, Those Four Words and So Much More
Before they took the stage Saturday night at the Atx TV Festival, cast members Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop, Scott Patterson Jared Padalecki and series creator Amy Sherman Palladino sat down with the Today show to reflect on Stars Hollow past, present and (most importantly) future.
The full, hour-long video is below and (spoiler alert) it’s pretty great.
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