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Feb 2016
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EW.com has made a round up with all the information we have so far about the “Gilmore Girls” revival.

Sixteen years after fans first met Lorelai and Rory Gilmore, and the rest of the eccentric residents of Stars Hollow, the series is returning to television. Netflix confirmed the Gilmore Girls revival last week, announcing a long-hoped-for final season, with series creators Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino at the helm.

The new Gilmore Girls will give the co-creators (who left the series before its controversial seventh season) a chance to finish the story the way they intended. Here’s what we know so far.

The format
With four 90-minutes episodes, the revival will take place over the four seasons of a calendar year, beginning with the winter episode, then heading into spring, summer, and finishing with fall. It will take place in present-day, approximately eight years after we last saw everyone in the town square.

Returning cast
When the revival was announced, it was revealed that Lauren Graham (Lorelai), Alexis Bledel (Rory), Scott Patterson (Luke), Kelly Bishop (Emily), Sean Gunn (Kirk), and Keiko Agena (Lane) had signed on. A TVLine interview with Bishop reveals that the cast also includes Rose Abdoo (Gypsy) and Liza Weil (Paris).

John Cabrera, who played Brian Fuller, also tweeted his excitement. So although his name wasn’t on the confirmed list, we wouldn’t rule out an appearance by Brian/Hep Alien just yet. Additionally, Yanic Truesdale tweeted a photo from the cast’s first table read, confirming that he will be back as Michel.

Then there’s the question of Finn. Actor Tanc Sade tweeted that Finn will appear in the revival if he can make it work with his schedule. Of course, Finn was a member of the Life and Death Brigade at Yale, which points to a possible Logan Huntzberger appearance, does it not? Stay tuned…

But the biggest question surrounding the cast has to be Melissa McCarthy. Sookie played such a crucial role in the series, but McCarthy’s stardom has made it difficult for her to find the time. Amy Sherman-Palladino confirmed to TVLine that, as of right now, Sookie does not have a storyline and promises her absence will be explained. However, she also said that, if by some chance, McCarthy finds the time — even just for a cameo — they are ready and willing to write her in.

Jan 2016
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As soon as I saw the photos of Alexis from last night I knew I needed a new theme to go with this beautiful photo from last night. So, after two years with the same theme we’ve finally got a brand new theme, with matching gallery theme. The theme base is designed by Oh My Morning, and I hope you like it as much as I do.

You might see some weird thumbnails from our gallery. If that’s the case, refresh your page because our thumbnails have been updated to a bigger size. If you spot any other errors, please let me know! For now enjoy the new look and check back soon for the latest on Alexis!

Jan 2016
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Alexis attended the 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards last night alongside husband Vincent Kartheiser, who’s show “Mad Men” was nominated. A couple of photos have been added to our gallery with hopefully more to follow!

Jan 2016
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Netflix (and Lorelei Gilmore herself, Lauren Graham) finally confirmed the “Gilmore Girls” revival which was first reported back in October of last year! Check out their tweets below.

Oct 2015
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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.

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… “)
Pretty genius, right?

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.

Reps for Netflix and Warner Bros. have yet to comment on the approaching Gilmore renaissance.