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Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life

The ladies of Stars Hollow are back for more in this heartwarming Netflix revival, which sees the return of creator Amy Sherman-Palladino after her sudden departure following the drama’s sixth season finale in 2006. Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel reprise their roles as Lorelai and Rory, respectively, along with a score of familiar faces, including Melissa McCarthy, Milo Ventimiglia, Scott Patterson, Keiko Agena, and Kelly Bishop.

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Gilmore Girls creator talks Logan: 'We wanted Rory to date her father'

During Gilmore Girls’ seven-season run, Rory’s taste in men… varied. In other words, her three boyfriends were very, very different people. In fact, the only thing they had in common was that, when you put two of them in a room together, they would inevitably butt heads. 

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Gilmore Girls reviews: A Year in the Life is overstuffed comfort food for the soul

As the television industry produces reboot (The X-Files, anyone?) after reboot (Fuller House, Twin Peaks, the list goes on), the long-gestating Gilmore Girls revival emerges as a way for series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino to once again put a personal stamp on the program she left over a contract dispute shortly before its seventh (and final, to date) season aired on the newly formed CW in 2006.

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Gilmore Girls: Amy Sherman-Palladino says revival is the 'story we wanted to tell’

In October 2000, Amy Sherman-Palladino introduced the world to Stars Hollow, Connecticut, a small town filled with love, humor, and troubadours. In that moment, no one could predict that it would take 16 years for her to get her end.

After Gilmore Girl’s sixth season, Sherman-Palladino — along with executive producer Daniel Palladino — left the show due to contract disputes. And without them, the show lasted for one more season, but with no involvement from the Palladino team, the show never got the ending they’d always planned. Until now.

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Gilmore Girls executive producers gave Rami Malek his first acting gig

Gilmore Girls introduced fans to seven seasons of comedic bliss, but it also helped launch the careers of one of television’s biggest rising stars: Rami Malek.

During Saturday’s Gilmore Girls panel at EW PopFest in Los Angeles, series creator/executive producer Amy Sherman-Palladino dished on the show’s signature wealth of guest actors, which the network was at first hesitant to bring on.

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Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life team shows brand new footage at EW PopFest

It may not have elaborate costumes or a Miss Patty-choreographed dance routine, but for one shining hour this weekend, EW PopFest was a true Stars Hollow festival.

Series creator/executive producer Amy Sherman-Palladino and executive producer Dan Palladino took the stage on Saturday to share some exclusive new footage and to talk (and talk fast) to EW’s Samantha Highfill about the Gilmore Girls revival that will be hitting your Netflix queue in a big way on Nov. 25.

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