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Last month, Netflix decided the time was ripe to make more Gilmore Girls. Soon after, we got details: Each of the reboot’s four, 90-minute-long “films” will take place during a different season. The announcement was loaded with the implication that show's creator Amy Sherman-Palladino would right the “wrongs” of the final season. This sentiment is nothing new. Over the years, the conversation around Gilmore Girls has often assumed one consensus: The show’s seventh and final season — the only without Sherman-Palladino at the helm — was an unmitigated disaster.The A.V. Club called it “problematic”; the New York Times said the final season had “cut the show’s heart out” and found its central conflicts “a bit of a stretch”; and there’s a Reddit thread dedicated to “The Infamous Season 7.” Prior to the revival announcement, Kevin Porter and Demi Adejuyigbe of Gilmore Guys — a podcast that dissects one »
- Sinead Stubbins
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 »
Gilmore Girls is coming back to the small screen, but it will not be on the CW – the network where it ended its run in 2007 after being cancelled. Amy Sherman Palladino series starring Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel will air its revival on Netflix. Daniel Palladino will write and direct the entire revival.
TV Line reported on the format for the revival on Monday, and it is definitely out of the norm for the original programming on the streaming service. Fans will see four 90-minute long episodes. One episode for each season of the year. The series will be set in present day.
At the moment, talks are on-going with the original cast for their return, but no contracts have been signed yet. It is likely the cast will return. Lauren Graham posted about the revival »
Today, TV Line reports that there's a specific reason for this structure. It turns out each episode will represent a different three-month season (Summer/Fall/Winter/Spring) over the course of one calendar year.
Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino will pen and direct all four telemovies which which will be set in the present day - roughly eight years after the series ended. Negotiations are currently underway with the show's primary cast. »
- Garth Franklin
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 will reportedly be revived in the form of a limited series that will stream on Netflix. ‘Gilmore Girls’ Revival The Gilmore Girls revival series will be penned by series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and executive producer Daniel Palladino, according to TVLine. It’s believed that stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel, who played the mother-daughter […]
- Chelsea Regan
If TVLine readers penned the final Gilmore Girls script, the last four words of the series would involve Luke, coffee — or better yet, both.
PhotosGilmore Girls Revival: 7 Things We Know So Far
On the heels of Monday’s news that the Lauren Graham-Alexis Bledel dramedy will return for four 90-minute “movie-lets” on Netflix, we asked you to brainstorm what the long-teased final four words of the show might be.
(For the uninitiated, series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has long known what that series-ending phrase is, but she never brought it to fruition after exiting Gilmore Girls before its final season. »
Oy with the couples! It's been a great week for Gilmore Girls fans. It was reported on Monday that the beloved show, which ended in 2007, is set to be revived by Netflix for four 90-minute episodes, with creator Amy Sherman-Palladino set to lead the journey back to Stars Hollow. Of course, this lead us to immediately begin rewatching the series (which is available on Netflix)...and obsessing over Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory's (Alexis Bledel) love lives again. Dean, Jess or Logan? Luke or Christopher?! A decade after its debut and fans are still battling it out over those very questions. And because of the reignited debate, we decided to rank all of the beloved series' couples and we know you guys are »
Gilmore Girls is coming back! That's right, Netflix is reportedly working on a limited-series revival of Gilmore Girls. The show will come back for four 90-minute episodes and will be written by Amy Sherman-Palladino, the creator of the show, as well as Daniel Palladino, the show's executive producer. So does this mean the show's stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel will also be back for the revival? Nothing has been confirmed just yet, but Graham did just tweet about the news! Watch the E! News clip above to find out what Graham had to say about the announcement and to hear all of the latest details on the show's revival! »
Netflix is working on a Gilmore Girls revival with show creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and fans are freaking out. It's been eight years since we've seen Rory, Lorelai, Luke and all our other favorite Stars Hollow residents drinking coffee and talking to fast for us to comprehend. With so much time having past, it's understandable if you don't remember how every character's storyline wrapped up. Given that Netflix will create four 90-minute pieces of continuation to the Gilmore Girls story, there's plenty of time for us to get a little bit of everything we'd like to see. Here are 16 pieces of the Gilmore Girls story we'd like to see looked at in the revival. »
Back in the summer, I acknowledged my own hypocrisy about TV's sequel series craze, admitting that I can't wait for new "X-Files" and "Twin Peaks" episodes, even as I was annoyed that "Heroes," "Full House," "Coach," and seemingly every other TV show ever made was getting a follow-up of some kind. In the months since, NBC passed on the "Coach" revival, and "Heroes Reborn" was as bad as I expected it to be. But TV executives continue to oppose the idea that sometimes, dead is better, and last night brought a report from TVLine's Michael Ausiello that "Gilmore Girls" will live again on Netflix, as four 90-minute episodes written and produced by "Gilmore" creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and her husband Daniel Palladino. On the one hand, "Gilmore Girls" was a wonderful show — one of the very best to ever air during the brief but memorable life of the WB network — and »
- Alan Sepinwall
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
Could a return trip to Stars Hollow be on the cards? The Hollywood Reporter certainly thinks so, as today the outlet brings word that Netflix has opened talks revive Gilmore Girls for a limited run, with some of the leading talent also attached.
News of the beloved comedy-drama making a comeback has cropped up numerous times in the past, though Netflix’s negotiations is the most promising nugget to date. Such a revival would welcome back co-stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel, reprising their title roles as Lorelai and Rory Gilmore, respectively. Behind the lens, the online streaming giant is on the verge of completing the family reunion, courting both series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and her husband, executive producer Daniel Palladino back for another stint of episodes.
According to the outlet, Gilmore Girls would make a return for four 90-minute episodes, dropping the typical 10-episode model that Netflix has employed »
- Michael Briers
Where Amy Sherman-Palladino leads, we will always follow, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have plenty of opinions about the new Gilmore Girls reboot. Probably more opinions than Lorelai had about Rory quitting Yale, in fact. Die-hard Gilmore Girls fans never thought this day would come, and now that it’s here (maybe, anyway), we can finally live down that painful seventh season and get the ending the residents of Stars Hollow deserve. Several reports note that Netflix is reviving the beloved series with creator and writer Sherman-Palladino [...] »
"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
If you haven't heard by now, Netflix is negotiating with Amy Sherman-Palladino, the creator of the widely-beloved CW series Gilmore Girls, to bring the series back for four 90-minute movies. Angsty, coffee-loving, fast-talking teens of the early '00s everywhere are screaming with joy that Netflix is reviving yet another classic from their adolescence. The series was a huge success, so much so that its stars are still asked about it to this day, no matter how much incredible work they've done since. Finally, the question of "when can we get a Gilmore Girls reunion?" that they've each undoubtedly heard hundreds of times, can finally be answered. Here are six reasons this revival is an amazing idea.
"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
Pack your bags and book your room at the Dragonfly Inn — we're going back to Stars Hollow! Netflix is in negotiations to revive the beloved mother-daughter drama Gilmore Girls, starring Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel, The Hollywood Reporter and TV Line reported on Monday, Oct. 19. According to THR, the streaming service is talking with series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino about bringing back Rory (Bledel) and Lorelai (Graham) for four 90-minute movies. An insider told the site that production would start early next year. Gilmore Girls ran for seven [...] »
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 »
Where you lead, we will follow. And it looks like we'll be following Gilmore Girls to Netflix, as the streaming service is looking to revive the popular series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Fans of the mother-daughter dramedy have been calling for a revival since the show's cancellation in 2007. Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino left the series early and the last season received mixed reviews. Now, interest in the show has increased since Netflix began streaming all seven seasons last October and the cast reunited at the Austin Television Festival this summer.
Created by Sherman-Palladino in 2000, the series centers on Lorelai and Rory Gilmore, a mother-daughter pair gifted with gab who live in a quirky small town called Stars Hollow. Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel played the leads alongside a vast supporting cast that included Scott Patterson, Jared Padalecki, and Melissa McCarthy. »
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