Gilmore Girls Revival Coming To Netflix

Posted: Oct 20 2015, 9:20am CDT | by , in News | Latest TV News


Gilmore Girls Revival Coming to Netflix
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Netflix is in talks with Amy Sherman-Palladino the creator of the he beloved US drama and the original stars.

Rumor has it the hugely popular drama Gilmore Girls may be set for a reboot. The reboot will be showcased exclusively on Netflix. Sources claim Netflix is currently in talks with the series creator and the original stars.

Amy Sherman-Palladino was the creator of the Gilmore Girls. Even the original stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel are in negotiations to revive the series. Gilmore Girls was the story of a single mother Lorelai played by Graham and her intelligent teenage daughter Rory played by Rory. The premise was set in the fictional town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut. 

Gilmore Girls had an enormous following worldwide due to its fast-paced, whip-smart script. Sadly the creator Sherman-Palladino left the show after a contract dispute in 2006. The show was then cancelled in 2007 after a final 7th season.

TVLine sources have it Netflix is considering filming a 90 minute film of the Gilmore Girls. Even the creator Sherman-Palladino has expressed remorse at not being able to end the series created by her. 

The seven seasons of Gilmore Girls are already present on Netflix in US. Other cast members such as Kelly Bishop and Scott Patterson are also rumored to be in talks to return for the reboot.

Another notable star of the series Melissa McCarthy has promoted to making films. McCarthy will not be returning for the reboot. The 7th season of Gilmore Girls ended with Rory graduating from Yale University. It is not clear yet where the storyline will be picked up from. 


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