The entire four-part "Gilmore Girls" revival debuted on Netflix over the long holiday weekend, and fans who followed up their turkey binge with a viewing binge had a lot to digest when it was all over. " Lorelai: "Yeah." Rory: "I'm pregnant." Oh, and here's a bonus word from the rest of us: "Whoa!
Show creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has had four little words in mind for the end of the series since before the first episode ever aired back in 2000, and as it turns out, those words weren't "more coffee now, please! " RELATED: 15 perfect gift ideas for fans of 'Gilmore Girls' "I was really surprised!
“They had created this character who was so seemingly perfect that they had to throw something at her, but I think we overcorrected,” she said.
The first three episodes of “The Handmaid’s Tale” are full of gasp-inducing shocks, but one of the biggest surprises I experienced didn’t involve the horrifyingly dystopian plot at all: It was Alexis Bledel’s impressive acting chops.
We learn Ofglen is secretly working to overthrow the oppressive new religious authority of the land, and that she is also engaged in an illicit romance with another woman.town of Stars Hollow, consider that there might be a graver, more insidious threat working from the inside: show star Alexis Bledel.Bledel, who plays the show’s bookish protagonist Rory, seemed thrilled when news broke in March that Netflix planned to revive the show ( originally ran as a WB/CW series from 2000-2007).“I really want to say thank you to my son, and the mother of my son for making me believe in people again, and things being possible,” Glover said.The couple was so low-key about their impending baby, though, that no one really thought to check in to see if it had actually arrived. It may seem like we know everything about Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively’s daughter James (both her gestation and her arrival), but we really don’t.