‘Gilmore Girls?’ On ?Netflix??, Lauren Graham Confirms Show’s Revival And Promises ‘Some Resolution That We Didn’t Get’

?Gilmore Girls will continue with new episodes on Netflix, according to the shows star Lauren Graham, causing moms, daughters, and fans everywhere to rejoice. Graham herself seem incredibly enthused, sharing a tweet to her followers revealing the news, while also holding a Gilmore Girls production jacket.

The popular show ran for seven seasons, from 2000 to 2007 with 150 episodes, on the WB and CW. The show’s creator, Amy Sherman-Palladino, will return to be in charge of the new series and the episodes will be written in a miniseries format, with four 90-minute episodes, according to Variety. This would differ from the format of the original episodes on the WB and CW, as they were in standard television series format. Sherman-Palladino and Gilmore Girls executive producer Daniel Palladino are set to return to write and direct this new series for Netflix.

Gilmore Girls starred Lauren Graham as the very headstrong mother Lorelai Gilmore and Alexis Bledel as wise-cracking Rory Gilmore, her daughter, who live in the fictional town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut. The two are so close with one another and are often mistaken for sisters, who share humorous and witty dialogue between each other. Kelly Bishop, who played Emily Gilmore (Lorelai’s mother), along with Scott Patterson, Sean Gunn and Keiko Agena will also reprise their roles for the Netflix miniseries, which as of right now does not have an official title, or an official air date.

Patterson shared a statement expressing his enthusiasm and excitement to return to Gilmore Girls.

“I am thrilled Warner Bros and Netflix have gathered us all once more for a return to Stars Hollow. We have an unbelievably talented cast, and with Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino’s rich writing and character development, the story continues its timeless arc,” Scott Patterson said. “I’m excited to see where the characters are now, and find out where and how they develop. I am happy to be back working with my friends and cast-mates, but even more thrilled for the fans. All of this is because of them, and without our fans, none of this would have been possible. Luke’s Diner is now open for business!”

Gilmore Girls star Lauren Graham recently spoke with TVLine about the beloved show’s revival on Netflix and appears to be over the moon about returning to this world, produced by Warner Bros. Television and Dorothy Parker Drank Here Production.

“The fans had to want it badly enough that they didn’t stop asking,” Graham said. “The outpouring of enthusiasm and joy is just completely humbling and so appreciated. I sound like some terrible self-help guru, but I feel so full of appreciation.”

Lauren, 48, also promised that fans of Gilmore Girls will be seeing “some resolution that we didn’t get” in the original run of the comedy-drama series. “I’m really glad,” Graham added. “It’s a treat to be at this point in my life and experience. I’m not like, ‘Oh, this probably happens all the time.’ “I have full appreciation and respect for what this moment is and I’m going to enjoy it as much as possible.”


Lauren Graham also sounds pretty confident that fans of the show will be completely satisfied with its return and how it is handled.

“For sure. For sure. I read a scene with Kelly today… and it was just completely alive. We have some really nice story together. And there’s definitely some resolution that we didn’t get,” she says.

The actress also expressed how emotional it was being on set for a camera test and seeing the Gilmore house. “It felt like a lot of time had passed and it felt like we were just there. It felt amazing.”

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