Alexis Bledel, Comedy, Drama, Edward Herrmann, Emily Gilmore, Emily Kuroda, Gilmore Girls, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, Jackson Douglas, Jared Padalecki, Keiko Agena, Kelly Bishop, Lauren Graham, Liz Torres, Liza Weil, Lorelai Gilmore, Matt Czuchry, Melissa McCarthy, Michael Winters, Milo Ventimiglia, Netflix Original, Rory Gilmore, Sally Struthers, Scott Patterson, Sen Gunn, Todd Lowe, Yanic Truesdale
Cast: Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Keiko Agena, Scott Patterson, Yanic Truesdale, Kelly Bishop, Edward Herrmann, Melissa McCarthy, Sen Gunn, Liza Weil, Liz Torres, Jared Padalecki, Matt Czuchry, Jackson Douglas, Michael Winters, Sally Struthers, Emily Kuroda, Milo Ventimiglia, Todd Lowe
Genre: Comedy, Drama
This was a 4-part mini series revival that follows Lorelai, Rory and Emily Gilmore through 4 seasons of change produced by Netflix. The first episode was set about a decade after the last season of Gilmore Girls finished. This show was nostalgia to his maximum! I readied myself for a 6-hour binge watch with food of course! I couldn’t wait to dig my teeth into this that I’ve been waiting all these years for. It was a huge emotional rollercoaster ride from the drama between Emily, Lorelai and Rory to keep me entertained for 6 plus hours. And I must say that I enjoyed every minute of it.
Except there were some parts of it I didn’t completely agree to. I felt that Lorelai’s love of the town has diminished; it was like she just wasn’t that much up for town events like she was use to. But at times I feel like that has a lot to do with what other things has been happening in her life. My questions about Rory’s lifestyle are definitely never ending. Like how does she fly from US to London all the time? Like where is she getting all her money? Also how does the timeframe work? Like she seems to be in London one day and home the next. How is she dealing with the jetlag? Also didn’t she have any other contacts in the writing world for all those years? And the last part where she gets angry at Lorelai when she won’t give her permission to write about her life was just plain selfish. Lorelai has given everything that she can to her all these years. And I felt that she took the advice write what you know a little too literally. With all those questions aside I really enjoyed it. Loved seeing all of my favourite characters back on screen again. And with the series ending on those four words of a cliffhanger I now really wish that they’d make more. Also one last thing I was really hoping that I’d see more of Sookie. Tell me, if you loved it or hated it. I would love to hear more.