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Do you love television reunions? Do you, by chance, also love either Gilmore Girls, Dawson's Creek or, miracle of miracles, both of those shows? Well, you're going to be really happy about this little bit of happy news.
Now, before you get too excited, there is a bit of bad news…
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First and foremost, the reunions won't be on television. Instead, they will be taking place in the form of panel discussions at the Atx Television Festival in Austin, Texas in June 2015.
Also, and this one's a real bummer, the Dawson's Creek panel is technically a "writers' room" discussion. Meaning it likely won't feature any of your favorite cast members. Instead it will focus on the show's creator and writing team.
But let's be honest, it was the »
Hold it, it is not what we all hoped for. Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel will be teaming up with Amy Sherman-Palladino for a panel. The show will be talked about and remember during the 2015 Atx Television Festival. No word on what date they will hold the panel or what they will even talk about. However, it does give us hope that perhaps a reboot or spin-off could be the works. They also have plans to have a Dawson’s Creek panel, along with the Gilmore Girls.
I am hopeful that this means these shows may have a comeback. I loved both and always was curious to know what direction their lives took off in. Plus it seems like they both are ready for a possible return to TV. Lauren’s current show is ending and she hasn’t found a new one that is beyond a guest spot of two. »
- Sarah Peel
Grab some coffee and get ready for some fast talking: the cast of Gilmore Girls (including Alexis Bledel, Lauren Graham, and creator Amy Sherman-Palladino) will appear at the Atx Television Festival in June. [BuzzFeed] James Franco and Seth Rogen will appear on Discovery’s Naked and Afraid to promote their upcoming film The Interview. [THR] Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin has been charged with one count of misdemeanor battery following an incident in Las Vegas last month. [Espn] Should we ban the word “feminist”? [Time] Holiday shopping already? Check out these Mindy Project Gif cards. [Vulture] See the trailer for Anne Hathaway‘s 2015 film Song One: Jon Stewart will appear on The O’Reilly Factor to promote his directorial debut, Rosewater. [EW] TNT »
- Emily Exton
It's the television reunion you've been waiting for: The cast and creator of Gilmore Girls are finally gathering at the 2015 Atx Television Festival.
"So after years of peace and quiet these lunatics have chosen to get the chattiest chicks in the world back under one roof? Really? Okay. You asked for it," Amy Sherman-Palladino said in a statement. "Gilmore was the highlight of my ridiculous life. I can't wait to sit with these unbelievable broads and relive a time where sleep did not exist where stress and coffee were mama's little helpers and where we all dove into the deep end together to make something weird and very very cool."
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- TV Guide News
At this rate, a Gilmore Girls movie can’t be too far behind, can it? Just when fans of the hit WB series thought things couldn’t get any better after all seven-seasons’ worth of episodes landed on Netflix, organizers of the Atx Television Festival announced today that a Gilmore Girls reunion panel featuring stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel, as well as series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, is set for this coming year’s event, which will take place in Austin, Texas in June 2015. No specific date is available yet, but it is confimred that the Gilmore Girls panel will definitely be happening sometime during the four days, June 4-7, of the television festival. So with all this awesome Gilmore Girls news, a movie has to be happening sometime soon, right? Or maybe a continuation of the series? It’s a possibility, but fans shouldn’t get too excited. “I »
- Chris King
A “Gilmore Girls” reunion is happening Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel and creator Amy Sherman-Palladino will reunite in June as part of the Atx Television Festival. “So after years of peace and quiet these lunatics have chosen to get the chattiest chicks in the world back under one roof? Really? Okay. You asked for it,” Sherman-Palladino said in a statement. Meanwhile, Graham recently told E! that after watching old “Gilmore” episodes on Netflix, “now I sort of weirdly crave it." Plus: Atx Festival will also reunite "Dawson's Creek" writers, including Did “Too Many Cooks” rip off a USC student film from 2011? Former USC student Erica Rupp made a short film called “Door’s Always Open” that contain many of the same themes as “Too Many Cooks,” including mocking ‘80s and ‘90s sitcom opening credits, an earworm song and an unexpected bloody turn. CNN renews shows starring Mike Rowe, Anthony Bourdain and »
- Norman Weiss
Hear that? It's the sound of our hearts bursting out of our chests at the thought that Gilmore Girls could actually come back as a TV show or movie. While the Atx Television Festival just announced that Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel and Amy Sherman Palladino (creator) will be doing a Gilmore Girls reunion panel this June, Graham herself hinted to me that she's been warming up to the idea of taking on Lorelai Gilmore once more. "Now I sort of weirdly crave it," the Parenthood actress told me of the notoriously fast-placed Gilmore Girls scripts, after catching up on the show a little on Netflix. "I have seen some of it and I love that kind of language and that athleticism." So could a »
Where you lead, I will follow… all the way to Austin, Texas in June 2015.
Organizers of the Atx Television Festival announced on Thursday that a Gilmore Girls reunion panel featuring stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel, as well as series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, is set for the annual TV jamboree.
A specific date for the Gilmore event is Tba, but it will fall somewhere within the festival dates of June 4-7.
Additionally, Atx Fest honchos confirmed that one of its Writers’ Room Reunion panels will be Dawson’s Creek-themed, and will bring together series creator Kevin Williamson, showrunner Greg Berlanti and producer-writers Jenny Bicks, »
Next year's Atx Television Festival will feature two high-profile reunions: The cast of the Gilmore Girls and the Dawson’s Creek writers' room. Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman Palladino and stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel will be on hand for a panel honoring the 15th anniversary of the show’s debut. "So, after years of peace and quiet, these lunatics have chosen to get the chattiest chicks in the world back under one roof? Really? Okay. You asked for it," Palladino said in a statement. "Gilmore was the highlight of my ridiculous life. I can't wait to sit with »
- Natalie Abrams
Pack your bags for Austin now because you're going to be booking a trip there very, very soon. Why? Gilmore Girls is hosting a reunion Atx Television Festival's Season 4 Fest in June 2015, while the creative forces behind the iconic WB series Dawson's Creek will partake in the festival's first Writers' Room Reunion panel. This is not a drill: Gilmore Girls and Dawson's Creek reunions are happening and we can't fully process our feelings, emotions, thoughts, etc. at the moment. Set to take part in Gilmore Girls' reunion are creator Amy Sherman-Palladino (will she finally reveal those final four words?!) and stars Lauren Graham (Lorelai!) and Alexis »
For one day only next summer, Austin, Texas is transforming into Stars Hollow, Connecticut, as the stars and creator of "Gilmore Girls" are set to stage a mini reunion.
Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel -- a.k.a. Lorelai and Rory Gilmore -- and Amy Sherman-Palladino have just booked an appearance at Atx Television Festival, set for June 4-7 in the Texas capital. The trio will hold a panel discussion in honor of the 15th anniversary of the debut of "Gilmore Girls," which premiered on The WB in 2000.
"So, after years of peace and quiet, these lunatics have chosen to get the chattiest chicks in the world back under one roof? Really? Okay. You asked for it," Palladino said in a statement. "'Gilmore' was the highlight of my ridiculous life. I can't wait to sit with these unbelievable broads and relive a time where sleep did not exist, where stress »
- Katie Roberts
In Gilmore Girls' first season finale, Lorelai explains to her boyfriend Max (Scott Cohen) what a proper proposal should look like: "There should be a thousand yellow daisies, and candles, and a horse, and I don't know what the horse is doing there unless you're riding it, which seems a little over-the-top..." Max takes Lorelai's words to heart—leading to one of the show's most romantic and visually arresting moments. Here's how it came together. First, the show had to bring Lorelai to the moment when she dreams up the daisies in the first place. Amy Sherman-palladino, Creator-director: One »
- Esther Zuckerman
In honor of Gilmore Girls finding its new home on Netflix late last week, EW staffers Molly Smith and Lindsey Bahr have compiled a list of their favorite episodes—one per season. The unfamiliar should use these picks as an entry point; the obsessed can consider this a refresher to rekindle your fervor for the series. Let's make one thing clear: There's no such thing as a "best" Gilmore Girls episode. This is just a little something to make you fall in love, and for many, fall in love again. "Pilot" (Season 1, Episode 1) We'd be remiss not to include the pilot, »
- EW staff
It's a lifestyle. It's a religion. Huzzah, Gilmore Girls is now on Netflix. Yes, all 154 episodes of Amy Sherman Palladino's small town charmer is finally available for your viewing pleasure. Goodbye productivity, human interaction and real clothing! Hello quippy and emotional goodness, some of the best dialogue ever on TV and sweatpants! October 1st has officially been dubbed National Gilmore Girls Day! Alas, we get it. You don't have time to watch every single episode of Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory's (Alexis Bledel) mother-daughter coffee-fueled escapades. But sometimes, you just need a quick fix. And we're here to help. Because it's a show all about feelings »
At the beginning of (and throughout) every month, Netflix Streaming adds new movies and TV shows to its library. Here is a quick list of several that you might be interested in. Some of these were added halfway through or near the end of September, but we're going to include them in this roundup anyway, since you may have missed them. Some of these may also have previously been on Netflix, only to have been removed and then added back. Feel free to note anything we've left out in the comments below.Gilmore Girls (The Complete Series)We're a little gaga for Gilmore Girls. For as many fans as Amy Sherman-Palladino's WB show wrangled over its seven-season run, there was never enough acclaim. So excuse us for detailing the show's dramatic nuance, revisiting its mother/daughter relationship, arguing about the Gilmore Girls boyfriends, picking Sherman-Palladino's brain, and quizzing those »
- Matt Patches
Amy Sherman-Palladino has created some of the fastest talkers in television history — especially on Gilmore Girls, which Vulture is celebrating all week long. These are the movies, albums, towns, and plays that have influenced her career.Easter Parade I started as a dancer, because my mother wanted me to be a dancer. She had actually no interest in me doing anything else, so all early influences were very MGM-musical driven. Cyd Charisse, Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, a major Judy Garland fetish that still exists on a weird, probably should-be-gay-a man level. One of my mother’s favorite stories is “I met Judy Garland on the street, and I went up and talked to her, and she was so nice.” That was it. That was the whole story. Mel Brooks’s 2000 Year Old Man My father was a comic, and he stuck it in my room, like, “Yeah, you are not »
- Rebecca Milzoff
For nearly a decade Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham warmed hearts and tickled funny bones on Amy Sherman-Palladino's idiosyncratic WB/CW dramedy, “Gilmore Girls.” The series ended its run in 2007, but as of Oct. 1 all seven seasons will be available on Netflix. Also read: Netflix Wins Streaming Rights to Fox's Batman Prequel ‘Gotham’ The show followed Rory Gilmore (Bledel) and her single mother Lorelai (Graham) through years of misadventures, including first kisses, not going to Harvard, and getting hit by a deer. The sharp-tongued duo lived in a nutty Connecticut town called Stars Hollow, which was filled with a slew of. »
- Travis Reilly
Get ready to spend copious amounts of time in Stars Hollow, because Gilmore Girls is coming to Netflix. The site will stream all seven seasons starting October 1, EW has confirmed. (And, yeah, we’re still bitter about the fact that Amy Sherman Palladino left the show before that final season.) So spend your October binging in perfect Gilmore fashion. How to prepare? Acquire copious amounts of food, brush up on your Godfather: Part III references, read Anna Karenina and Swann’s Way, listen to Carole King, and practice talking really really fast. You also might want to give your mother »
- Esther Zuckerman
We’re at the end of our week-long Vulture TV Awards, honoring the best things television served up in the past year. We’ve already singled out Amy Schumer, Julianna Margulies, and others actors for their solid performances, given props to director Cary Fukunaga for a particularly wonderful scene from True Detective, and welcomed David Milch, Amy Sherman-Palladino, and other industry luminaries as guest judges. Here, True Blood and The Americans composer Nathan Barr discusses why the impressive job T Bone Burnett did with the True Detective score is his choice for Best Music. As told to Jennifer Vineyard.Winner: T Bone Burnett’s Score for True Detective I was all-in with True Detective hook, line, and sinker from the very beginning. The world, and the struggle between these two characters as they come at a problem from two different places emotionally, was really intriguing and really engaging for me. »
- Nathan Barr
We’ve reached the end of our week-long Vulture TV Awards, honoring the best things television served up in the past year. We've singled out Amy Schumer, Julianna Margulies, and others actors for their solid performances, given props to director Cary Fukunaga for a particularly wonderful scene from True Detective, and welcomed the likes of David Milch and Amy Sherman-Palladino as guest judges. And without further ado, Vulture TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz makes his pick for Best Drama. The nominees are: The AmericansThe Good WifeHannibalMad MenOrphan Black And the winner is ...Winner: Hannibal (Spoilers follow for season two.) It’s no longer surprising to come across a scripted drama that’s written, directed, shot, edited, and acted with great skill, but it is surprising to find one that takes the tonal and stylistic risks that Hannibal takes each week. Nothing on this Bryan Fuller drama is supposed to be taken at face value. »
- Matt Zoller Seitz
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