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Lauren is on the cover of the November 25th issue of Entertainment Weekly. Check out scans in the gallery. I also added the matching photoshoot to the gallery.
It has been nearly a decade since they played the famous mother-daughter duo.
And on Friday Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel reunited for the premiere of their Netflix revival Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life in Los Angeles.
The 35-year-old actress who played Rory Gilmore stunned in a chic ruffled gown while Lauren opted for a skintight cocktail dress.
Those in the running for this year’s Emmys will hear their names read by a Gilmore mom and a black-ish dad.
Lauren Graham and Anthony Anderson will announce the nominees on Thursday, July 14, per The Hollywood Reporter.
The event will take place at 11:30/10:30c at the Saban Media Center in North Hollywood. This is the second year that the ceremony will happen at 8:30 am local time, instead of its previous 5:30 start.
Anderson was nominated last year for his portrayal of Dre in the ABC comedy. Gilmore Girls‘ Graham, as we recently noted, has never been nominated.
“Television is enjoying the most spectacular run in its history with breakthrough creativity, emerging platforms and dynamic new opportunities for our industry’s storytellers,” Bruce Rosenblum, Television Academy chairman and CEO, said in a statement obtained by THR. “We are thrilled to have Anthony and Lauren on board to help kick-off what promises to be an extraordinary Emmy season.”
It’s been nearly a decade since we first met the Gilmore girls, but looking at Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel, it’s hard to tell any time has passed.
“Alexis hasn’t started aging yet,” Graham, 49, jokes with PEOPLE in its World’s Most Beautiful special issue.
“I certainly have!” retorts Bledel, 34, with a smile.
The only thing more exciting than the idea of new Gilmore Girls episodes is actually WATCHING THEM. The revival is currently in production right now, and once that wraps, it’s only a matter of time before the series makes its way back into our lives again. But the big question is still when?
Netflix — and the crew of Gilmore Girls — has been mum so far as to when these episodes might end up on the streaming site. Could be early Summer, could be sometime in the Fall, might even be sometime in 2017. Or, they could all land during Lorelai Gilmore’s favorite season, Winter.
And according to Lauren Graham, it sounds, tentatively, that’s exactly when they’re going to drop. During one of the latest episodes of the Gilmore Guys Podcast (it’s a thing), their guest, Ben Epstein, explains that he happened to run into Graham out in Hollywood, and asked her some tough questions. Like, when will our eyes be able to see these four new episodes? From what Graham relays to Epstein, and if we’re going to go off of what Graham says, which is basically true and canon no matter what, the episodes will be available to stream ~sometime~ in December.
This is still a huge question mark, because no one has confirmed this whatsoever. But, THIS MAKES SENSE. The revival was announced back in October, went into true production in January, and we don’t want to rush this great work of Gilmore art. December gives everyone enough time to get all affairs in Luke’s Diner straight.
The date is by no means confirmed by Netflix, or even Amy Sherman-Palladino. But we like the idea of December a lot. Only eight months away!
Yay! I was able to add stills of Gilmore Girls. The new season is called “Seasons”. Check out these amazing new stills in the gallery.
Thanks to Claudia, I was able to add scans of Lauren and Alexis Entertainment Weekly cover. I hope you enjoy them just as much as I do.
– Publications > 2016 > Entertainment Weekly (April 15th 2016)
The “Gilmore Girls” are back in Stars Hollow, and they’re loving every minute of it!
Lauren Graham admitted that shooting the highly-anticipated Netflix reboot has given her a second chance to appreciate a once in a lifetime opportunity.
“You know how you finish college and you’re a few years older and you’re like, ‘I wish I could go do this now ’cause I would appreciate it so much more and understand it and get more out of it’? That’s the opportunity I have with this, and I appreciate every day that I’m here,” the actress told Entertainment Weekly in this week’s cover story.
“It’s strange. But very lovely. Like a family reunion, in a sense. That weird family that meets once a year,” the show’s creator, Amy Sherman-Palladino, added.
While the “Parenthood” star couldn’t help but gush about being back on set with her TV family, some of her costars were worried about how the story would pick back up.
Alexis Bledel, who play’s Graham’s on-screen daughter, told the mag that her question was “What would the story be?”
“I struggled with it at first,” Scott Patterson (Luke Danes) recently said on “TODAY.” “I remember looking at our dialogue coach and going, ‘I don’t know if I can pull it off. But when I walked in the diner the first time, everything felt better. It was like no time had gone by.” While Melissa McCarthy has said she won’t be reprising her role as the beloved Sookie, Palladino said the door is still open.
“There’s nothing malicious going on,” she declared. “We’ve just put it out into the universe; we’re here until May 10. I know what the scene is. I’ll pre-light it for her. She can drive up, run in, shoot it, and run out. I can get her in and out in two hours.”
Graham also talked about the mysterious “four final words” Sherman-Palladino had said would’ve ended the original series, had she worked on its last season. (She left the show after season 6.)
“Amy didn’t realize that I didn’t know them, so we hadn’t really talked about it,” Lauren revealed. “For some reason, my first question was, ‘Who says them?’ Because I assumed it was one character, when it’s two. It’s not as resolved as I thought they would be. I thought they would be ‘Honey, I’m home!’ or something like ‘Goodbye, small town!’ So I was like, ‘Oh, really?'”
For more with your “Gilmore Girls” favorite, pick up the new issue of EW on Friday, and click through the gallery above to see what they’ve been doing since the show wrapped!