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Letztendlich möchte er die Beziehung aber nicht länger aufrechterhalten und trennt sich in aller Öffentlichkeit von ihr. Eine junge, quirlige und alleinerziehende Mutter und ihre vernünftige Tochter erleben die Abenteuer des Lebens gemeinsam. Sie werden dabei von den eigenwilligen Bewohnern des verschlafenen Städtchens Stars Hollow begleitet. Gilmore Girls ist eine US-amerikanische Drama- und Comedy-Fernsehserie der Fernsehproduzentin Amy Sherman-Palladino und ihres Mannes Daniel. Sie führt mit einem zeitlichen Abstand von etwa zehn Jahren die Geschichte der Fernsehserie Gilmore Girls fort, die von 20in sieben Staffeln. Die erste Folge der Serie „Gilmore Girls“ lief in den USA am 5. Oktober ; Alexis Bledel spielt Rory Gilmore, Lauren Graham ihre Mutter. Gilmore Girls is an American comedy-drama television series, created by Amy Sherman-Palladino and starring Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel. The show debuted on October 5, , on The WB and became a flagship series for the network. Gilmore Girls originally ran for seven seasons, the final season moving to The CW, and ending its run on May Gilmore Girls actor Matt Czuchry, who played Logan on the series, admitted that he does know who fathered Rory's baby, but explained why he'll “never” tell. Created by Amy Sherman-Palladino. With Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Keiko Agena, Scott Patterson. A dramedy centering around the relationship between a thirtysomething single mother and her teen daughter living in Stars Hollow, Connecticut. Gilmore Girls Only 41m. Lorelai, Rory and Emily go on a road trip to attend the wedding of an old friend. Someone makes a surprise appearance, asking Rory to forgive. Gilmore Girls: The Complete Series Collection (Repackage/DVD) Welcome to Stars Hollow, Connecticut, a charming, small and slightly off-center town known for green lawns, clapboard houses--and enough quirky characters to fill every hayride, parade and picnic for miles.

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Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Lauren Graham Lorelai Gilmore episodes, Alexis Bledel Rory Gilmore episodes, Keiko Agena Luke Danes episodes, Yanic Truesdale Michel Gerard episodes, Kelly Bishop Emily Gilmore episodes, Edward Herrmann Richard Gilmore episodes, Melissa McCarthy Sookie St.

James episodes, Sean Gunn Paris Geller episodes, Liz Torres Edit Storyline Thirty-two year old single mom, Lorelai, lives with her teenage daughter Rory in the small town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut, with crazy neighbors and many ups and downs.

Taglines: Best friends first. Mother and daughter second. Edit Did You Know? Trivia In a November New York Times article by Saul Austerlitz, Scott Patterson Luke said that he and Lauren Graham Lorelei both realized soon after starting to appear on the show that if they hoped to have the lung capacity needed to keep up with the ultra-quick pace of the patter-type dialogue, they would both have to quit smoking: "she needed her wind, and I needed my wind," he said.

Goofs More than a few episodes have mic drops into the top of the scene. There is also at least one episode at Lorelai and Rory's house that shows a brown sweater sleeve of a crew member on the right side for a brief second.

Quotes Emily : Well, I had this wonderful idea. Christopher's parents are in town too. You remember Straub and Francine don't you?

Lorelai : Ah yes - the Schnickelfritzes. Emily : The who? Lorelai : The Hayden's. Crazy Credits The Dorothy Parker Drank Here production logo after end credits to each episode features an illustration of Dorothy drinking a bottle of wine.

User Reviews Fast-paced, intelligent show. That's what Lorelai did. She went out and she made her own family. The ironic twist in her life is that then this daughter that she created this half family for, likes the family that she left.

It was a cycle of crazy family. The series also focuses on both girls' ambition: Rory to attend an Ivy League college and become a journalist, and Lorelai to open an inn with her best friend Sookie St.

The romantic relationships of the protagonists are another key feature; throughout the series, Lorelai has a "will-they-won't-they" dynamic with her friend, local diner owner Luke Danes , while also harboring unresolved feelings for Rory's father, Christopher.

Lorelai also develops temporary relationships with Rory's English literature teacher, Max Medina, to whom she was engaged, and Jason "Digger" Stiles, who she has known since childhood.

In between these relationships, she dates a few other men, Alex Lesman who Lorelai meets through her best friend Sookie St.

James, Peyton Sanders who she meets at a function hosted by her mother, Emily, and Paul, a younger guy that Lorelai has a business class with.

Rory's romantic journey throughout the show is based on the adolescent experiences of first-loves, flings, crushes, and college dates.

While Rory has three committed boyfriends over the course of the show—local new-kid Dean Forrester ; mysterious, well-read bad boy Jess Mariano ; and wealthy, charismatic Logan Huntzberger —she also has brief, romantically charged relationships with men whose love is unrequited: fellow Chilton student Tristin Dugray and Rory's only "guy-bestie" at Yale, Marty.

Throughout the series one of the main characters and Rory's best friend, Lane Kim's love life is followed in addition to Lorelai and Rory's.

As the daughter of Mrs. Kim, a very strict, religious, and protective Korean immigrant, Lane struggles to hide her love for rock music and other aspects of pop-culture from her mother, including dating.

While Mrs. Kim repeatedly tries to find Lane a future Korean husband who is medical school-bound, she dates Henry Cho, one of Rory's Chilton classmates, Dave Rygalski, the guitarist in Lane's secret band, and Zach Van Gerbig, the lead singer of the same band whom she later marries.

The quirky townspeople of Stars Hollow are a constant presence. Along with series-long and season-long arcs, Gilmore Girls is also episodic in nature, with mini-plots within each episode — such as town festivals, issues at Lorelai's inn, or school projects of Rory's.

One writer later said that the brief given to the writing room at the outset was "This show is about a mother and a daughter who are best friends as well as being mother and daughter, and every conflict and dynamic should ticktack back and forth on that one point.

Rory is accepted to Chilton, a private school that would get her to her lifelong dream; to study at Harvard. Because of the heavy price tag the private school comes with, Lorelai talks to her wealthy parents, whom she hasn't communicated with for a long time.

Emily and Richard do agree to pay for the tuition, although there is a catch; that Lorelai and Rory would have Friday night dinners with them.

Rory has a difficult time settling in at Chilton, struggling to match the demands of private school and attracting the fury of classmate Paris Geller, her academic rival.

She meets her first boyfriend, Dean, but the pair break up when Rory doesn't reciprocate his, "I love you" - instead saying "thank you".

After being romantically pursued by Rory's teacher, Max Medina, Lorelai decides with a conflicted heart to give the relationship a chance. This dynamic creates some tension between Lorelai and Rory.

At the same time, Lorelai harbors a close friendship with the local diner owner Luke Danes, and several people comment on their mutual attraction—but Lorelai is in denial and Luke doesn't act on it.

Rory's father, Christopher Hayden, returns and also wants to be with Lorelai but she tells him he is too immature for family life.

All the while, Lorelai struggles to adjust to having her parents in her life on a regular basis. Emily and Richard enjoy developing a relationship with their granddaughter, but also realize how much they have missed.

The season ends with Rory reuniting with Dean, and Max proposing to Lorelai. Lorelai accepts Max's proposal, but realizes shortly before the wedding that it doesn't feel right and they break up.

She and Sookie get excited about opening their own business at the dilapidated Dragonfly Inn but the owner refuses to sell.

Sookie gets engaged to Jackson Belleville, a local farmer. Luke's teenage nephew, Jess Mariano, comes to live under his care.

Jess is sullen and angry with everyone apart from Rory. The two strike up a friendship, causing jealousy in Dean.

Lorelai is disapproving of their closeness, labeling Jess as a bad influence, especially when they are in a car accident which leads to a blow-up with Luke.

Richard announces that he has retired but soon becomes bored and sets up his own insurance company. Christopher appears to have his life together and Lorelai decides to reunite with him.

Meanwhile, Rory impulsively kisses Jess. Rory's attraction to Jess grows stronger, and she gets jealous when he teases her with a new girlfriend.

Dean can't ignore what is going on, and eventually ends their relationship. Rory and Jess immediately become a couple.

Meanwhile, she and Paris spend the year as Student Body Presidents at Chilton and both submit applications to Harvard University.

Paris is devastated when she doesn't get in. Rory is accepted but decides to attend Yale University instead, much to Emily and Richard's delight.

The Independence Inn is badly damaged in a fire, but Lorelai and Sookie are able to buy the Dragonfly when its elderly owner dies. Jess pressures Rory to have sex with him, which leads to a fight between Dean and Jess.

Luke begins dating a lawyer named Nicole. Lane Kim, Rory's best friend, starts a band called Hep Alien and tries to convince her strict mother to let her date the guitarist, Dave, while keeping the band secret.

As the season ends, Jess abruptly leaves Stars Hollow to track down his estranged father in California, and Rory graduates high school as valedictorian.

Rory starts her college education at Yale, with Paris — now a friend — as her roommate. Both start working for the Yale Daily News. Rory is surprised when Dean quickly marries his new girlfriend Lindsey.

The pair grow closer again over the season, leading Rory to turn down Jess when he returns and declares his love. Lorelai spends the season renovating the Dragonfly Inn in preparation for its opening, along with Sookie and their colleague Michel.

She also begins a relationship with Richard's new business partner, Jason Stiles, which she keeps secret from her parents.

Lane's mother learns about Hep Alien and throws her out of the house. Sookie and Jackson have a son. Lorelai and Jason break up after Jason sues Richard for leaving their partnership and Lorelai sides with her father.

Emily feels neglected by Richard and the two separate, with Richard moving into the pool house. Luke and Nicole elope during a cruise, but quickly decide to divorce.

Towards the end of the season, Luke accepts that he is in love with Lorelai and begins wooing her. The pair finally kiss on the Dragonfly's opening night, while Rory loses her virginity to a married Dean.

Lorelai and Luke start a relationship. Emily and Richard — who reunite and renew their wedding vows — disapprove and Emily interferes by telling Christopher to try to win her back.

Luke feels overwhelmed, resulting in a brief separation between him and Lorelai and a rift between Lorelai and Emily. Rory tries to have another relationship with Dean, now separated from his wife after she found out about the affair, but it soon ends when he realizes how different their lives are.

She falls for Logan Huntzberger, a wealthy playboy Yale student whose parents think she is beneath him. Lane and Paris both start relationships: the former with her bandmate Zack, the latter with Yale Daily News editor Doyle.

Sookie has a daughter. Rory gets an internship at Logan's father's newspaper but is deflated when he tells her she "doesn't have it.

When Lorelai sees how supportive Luke is over the situation, she asks him to marry her. Lorelai is devastated by Rory's actions but insists that she can't force her back to Yale: it's a decision Rory must make for herself.

Mother and daughter don't speak for six months. Rory has to complete community service and Emily gets her a job with the DAR.

Richard becomes concerned but eventually, after encouragement from Jess, Rory returns to Yale and reunites with Lorelai.

She replaces Paris as editor of the Yale Daily News, which causes issues in their friendship, and after a short separation from Logan the relationship gets serious.

Rory is crushed when Logan's father sends him to work in London. Hep Alien disband then come back together; Lane and Zack get married.

Lorelai plans a wedding with Luke, but things get difficult when Luke learns that he has a year-old daughter named April. He starts building a relationship with her but keeps Lorelai separate.

Lorelai tries to accept this but eventually snaps and issues him an ultimatum. When he doesn't agree to elope, Lorelai goes to Christopher for comfort.

Lorelai and Luke officially split when she tells him she slept with Christopher. Before much time has passed, Christopher convinces Lorelai to try a relationship.

Christopher receives a letter from Sherry Tinsdale. Sherry is Christopher's ex-girlfriend and the mother of his second child, Georgia. The letter states she wants to be a part of Georgia's life again and requests that she spend time with her in Paris.

Lorelai and Christopher decide to go with Georgia to get her settled. The pair spontaneously marry during the trip in Paris, but Lorelai soon accepts that it isn't right and they split amicably.

Luke has a custody battle over April, after her mother moves them to New Mexico, and wins the right to see her during holidays.

Lane and Zack have twins, and Sookie becomes pregnant again. Rory completes her final year of college. She and Logan spend half the season in a long-distance relationship until he eventually moves back to New York.

He proposes, but Rory says that she wants to keep her options open, which leads to their separation.

She panics about what she will do after graduating; following some rejection, she gets a job reporting on the Barack Obama campaign trail.

Stars Hollow throws a surprise goodbye party for Rory. When Lorelai finds out that Luke organized it, the pair reconcile with a kiss.

Lorelai promises Emily that she will continue attending Friday Night Dinners. Before Lorelai and Rory have to say goodbye, they have one last breakfast at Luke's Diner.

Nine years after the end of the original series, Netflix produced a Gilmore Girls revival miniseries. Rory is struggling in her journalism career and having a no-strings-attached, secret affair with Logan in London, while technically having a boyfriend named Paul that she often forgets about.

While Logan is engaged to be married, the two of them can't seem to stay apart. Lorelai and Luke live together but are still having communication problems.

Richard has recently died of a heart attack, which causes tension between Lorelai and Emily, and they end up in joint therapy.

Lorelai starts to question her life, so she travels to California with intentions to hike the Pacific Crest Trail, where she has an epiphany: she fixes the rift with Emily by recounting a happy story about Richard, and goes home to propose to Luke.

Emily decides to sell the Gilmore mansion and move to Nantucket , where she starts working in a museum. After encouragement from Jess, Rory decides to write a book about her life called "Gilmore Girls".

After Luke and Lorelai marry, Rory tells her mom that she is pregnant. The miniseries aired on Up TV and The CW in November , partly because the latter network needed additional programming to fill its schedule during the COVID pandemic.

Amy Sherman-Palladino , who came from a background of writing for half-hour sitcoms , had Gilmore Girls approved by The WB after several of her previous pitches were turned down.

On a whim, she suggested a show about a mother and daughter but had put little thought into the idea.

She explained: "If I can make people feel this much of what I felt walking around this fairy town, I thought that would be wonderful At the time I was there, it was beautiful, it was magical, and it was feeling of warmth and small-town camaraderie There was a longing for that in my own life, and I thought—that's something that I would really love to put out there.

Once the setting was established, Gilmore Girls developed as a mixture of sitcom and family drama. You never run out of conflict. The pilot episode of Gilmore Girls received financial support from the script development fund of the Family Friendly Programming Forum , which includes some of the nation's leading advertisers, making it one of the first network shows to reach the air with such funding.

Alexis Bledel was cast in the key role of Rory despite having no previous acting experience. Sherman-Palladino was drawn to her shyness and innocence, which she said was essential for the character, and felt she photographed well.

A week before shooting, they had still failed to cast Lorelai, so they asked Graham to audition anyway.

Sherman-Palladino cast her that day, on the hope that Graham's other show M. You've got to be funny, you've got to talk really fucking fast, you've got to be able to act, you've got to be sexy, but not scary sexy.

You've got to be strong, but not like 'I hate men'". In casting the grandparents, Sherman-Palladino had veteran actor Edward Herrmann in mind for Richard and was delighted when he agreed.

Kelly Bishop , a fellow New York stage actress, was cast straight after her audition; Sherman-Palladino recalled knowing immediately "and there's Emily".

It was advertised as a guest role, but Patterson said he treated the pilot as "a chemistry test" and he was promptly promoted to series regular.

In the pilot, Sookie was played by Alex Borstein , but she could not be released from her Mad TV contract. She was therefore replaced by Melissa McCarthy , who re-filmed Sookie's scenes.

The role of Dean also changed after the pilot, with the original actor replaced by newcomer Jared Padalecki. The character Lane was based on Sherman-Palladino's friend and fellow producer Helen Pai ; Japanese-American actress Keiko Agena was cast in the role when they could not find an appropriate Korean-American actress.

Liza Weil auditioned to play Rory, and while she was considered wrong for the part Sherman-Palladino liked her so much that she wrote the role of Paris especially for her.

Headed by Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino from seasons 1 to 6, Gilmore Girls had a small writing staff that changed regularly throughout the series.

The Palladinos wrote a high percentage of episodes, and would review and rework the dialogue in episodes allocated to others. As such, the show is considered to have a distinctive "voice".

Sherman-Palladino said "every draft either I write, or it passes through my hands It's very important that it feel like the same show every week, because it is so verbal.

As signalled by its tagline "Life's short. Talk fast", Gilmore Girls is known for its fast-paced dialogue and "witty repartee".

Much of the dialogue is peppered with references to film, television shows, music, literature, and celebrity culture. The range of references is broad, summarised by critic Ken Tucker as "some cross between Mystery Science Theater and Ulysses ".

In contrast to the rapid-fire dialogue, storylines on Gilmore Girls move slowly. Sherman-Palladino's motto was "make the small big, make the big small", which she learned from her days writing for Roseanne.

She chose to be "very stingy with events", and the drama is low-key because "sometimes the average every day things are more impactful". Sherman-Palladino treated Lorelai as a reflection of herself.

Her husband commented: "Amy writing for Lorelai Gilmore has always been really special. No surprise, they're kind of doppelgängers Amy and Lorelai are very, very similar.

That character is a great cipher for a lot of what Amy is and has been, from the very beginning. The pilot episode was shot in the Toronto suburb of Unionville.

The rest of the series was filmed at the Warner Bros. Exterior scenes of Stars Hollow, along with those at Luke's Diner and Miss Patty's dance studio, were all filmed on the backlot — with dozens of background actors utilized to make it look like a functioning town.

Production designers regularly had to decorate the town square with fake leaves or fake snow to make it look like a New England fall or winter.

Interiors of Lorelai's house and inn, and all scenes at Yale and the Gilmore mansion, were filmed on a sound stage. The exterior shots of Rory's preparatory school, Chilton, were filmed at Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills, California.

The shot of 'Stars Hollow' seen in the first frame of the show's opening credits is actually a panoramic view of South Royalton, Vermont.

Gilmore Girls relied on a master shot filming style, in which a scene is filmed to frame characters and their dialogue together within a long and uninterrupted, single take; often illustrated through another method regularly employed on the show, the walk and talk.

That's how we get our pace, our energy, and our flow I don't think it could work any other way. It took eight working days to shoot an episode, [43] and days were regularly 14—20 hours long.

Matt Czuchry , who had a main role for the final three seasons, commented "The pace of the dialogue was what made that show incredibly unique, and also incredibly difficult as an actor.

To be able to maintain that speed, tone, and at the same time, try to make layered choices was a great experience to have early in my career.

It really challenged me. Gilmore Girls ' non- diegetic score was composed by singer-songwriter Sam Phillips throughout its entire run.

Sherman-Palladino, who served as the music supervisor of the series, was a big fan of the musician and secured her involvement.

Many of the musical cues are accompanied by melodic "la-la"s and "ahh"s, which developed because Sherman-Palladino wanted the score to sound connected to the girls themselves, almost like "an extension of their thoughts Everything was trying to say a little something, add a little something to it.

The theme song is a version of Carole King 's song " Where You Lead ". King made a new recording specially for Gilmore Girls : a duet with her daughter Louise Goffin.

She was happy that it gave the song "a deeper meaning of love between a mother and her child". Music also plays a large part in the show as a frequent topic of conversation between characters and in live performances within scenes.

Grant-Lee Phillips appears in at least one episode per season as the town's troubadour , singing his own songs and covers.

The CD booklet features anecdotes from show producers Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino about the large part music has played in their lives.

In , the WB merged with UPN to form a new network, The CW. Gilmore Girls survived the merger, being selected as one of seven WB shows to be transferred for a new season, but it resulted in a significant change.

In April that year, it was announced that Amy Sherman-Palladino and her husband Daniel could not come to an agreement with The CW and would be leaving the show when their contracts expired that summer.

It was a botched negotiation. It really was about the fact that I was working too much. I was going to be the crazy person who was locked in my house and never came out.

I heard a lot of 'Amy doesn't need a writing staff because she and Dan Palladino write everything! By the way, all this shit we asked for?

They had to do [it] anyway when we left. They hired this big writing staff and a producer-director onstage.

That's what bugged me the most. They wound up having to do what we'd asked for anyway, and I wasn't there. David S. Rosenthal , who worked on the show as a writer and producer for season 6, was selected by Sherman-Palladino to replace her as showrunner.

What remains after their departure is something that seems like Gilmore Girls Adjacent more than anything. There was speculation during the seventh season that it would be the show's final year, as Graham and Bledel's contracts were both coming to an end.

As negotiations continued between the actresses and the network, Rosenthal planned a finale that "could serve as an ending or a beginning of a new chapter and a new season".

The CW initially considered bringing the show back for a shortened, episode season but then decided against the idea.

Because the final season was not written by the series' creator, and the new writers had not known that the finale was definitely the last episode, Lauren Graham noted that a lot of fans "were disappointed with how it [the series] ended".

Privately, Sherman-Palladino stayed in contact with Graham, Bledel, Patterson and Bishop to discuss the possibility, but nothing came to fruition.

In June , for the 15th anniversary of the show, the cast and showrunners reunited for a special panel at the ATX Television Festival.

When asked about a possible revival, Sherman-Palladino told the audience "I'm sorry, there's nothing in the works at the moment.

The revival miniseries, titled Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life , was filmed from February to May Aside from Edward Herrmann, who died a year prior, every cast member who received a main credit on the show returned for at least a scene, while many supporting characters also made an appearance.

The sets all had to be rebuilt from scratch, using nothing but photos and footage from the original series. During seasons 4 and 5, it led into One Tree Hill , which slowly became a hit.

In season 6, it led into Supernatural , which became another hit for The WB and continued on until First-season reruns aired on Monday nights from March 5 until April 9, , during a mid-season hiatus of Roswell , to build audience awareness of the series.

An additional run of the first season aired in on Sunday nights under the title Gilmore Girls Beginnings which featured a modified opening sequence voiced with a monologue detailing the premise from Graham , and was one of two shows on The WB to have "Beginnings" in its title for reruns, along with 7th Heaven.

In the United Kingdom, Gilmore Girls was initially screened on Nickelodeon from Only the first three seasons were shown, with episodes edited for content and some, like " The Big One ", dropped entirely.

The series was subsequently picked up by the Hallmark Channel , which gave UK premieres to seasons 4 and 5.

In the US, the show began its syndicated release on ABC Family in In October , Gilmore Girls concurrently became available on a second network, UPtv , which continues to air it to this day.

Josef Adalian of Vulture commented on the rarity of Freeform and Up carrying a series of its type in syndication: "not that many non-procedural, hour-long shows from the early part of the century — particularly those from a small network such as WB — are still even airing regularly on one cable network, let alone two.

Since UPtv has aired a weeklong marathon of all episodes of Gilmore Girls around the Thanksgiving holiday.

As the network maintains a family-friendly focus and programming schedule, some minor dialogue edits are made in a number of episodes, mainly when "hell" and "damn" are said, though all episodes are carried.

Gilmore Girls began running on Logo TV in August In the UK, E4 showed all seven seasons in rotation until January The show moved to 5Star , then in changed to daily screenings on the Paramount Network.

In Australia, from March , Gilmore Girls began airing again weeknights on digital terrestrial network GEM. Nickelodeon began airing Gilmore Girls in the UK in , though it eventually moved to E4 due to viewer criticism over the network's considerable editing of episodes, along with refusing to air a number of episodes over content concerns.

Warner Home Video released all seven seasons of Gilmore Girls on DVD, in regions 1 , 2 and 4 , mainly in full-screen ratio due to Amy Sherman-Palladino's preference at the time of original release.

The full series DVD boxset was released in Special features include deleted scenes, three behind-the-scenes featurettes, cast interviews, montages, and one episode commentary for "You Jump, I Jump, Jack".

On October 1, , all seven seasons of the series began streaming on Netflix 's "Watch Instantly" service in the United States; all episodes, including the three seasons before The WB transitioned the series to HD broadcast from season four on, are in that format.

On July 1, , Gilmore Girls became available on Netflix worldwide. Upon debut, Gilmore Girls was lauded for the distinct, dialogue-infused style created by Amy Sherman-Palladino, the strength of the dynamic familial themes, and the performances of its cast, particularly leading star Lauren Graham.

On Metacritic , the first season has an average rating of 81 out of from 26 reviews, indicating "universal praise".

In the San Francisco Chronicle , John Carman wrote "It's cross-generational, warm-the-cockles viewing, and it's a terrific show. Can this really be the WB, niche broadcaster to horny mall rats?

David Zurawik of The Baltimore Sun called Gilmore Girls "One of the most pleasant surprises of the new season". For the second-season premiere, Hal Boedeker of the Orlando Sentinel praised the show as "one of television's great, unsung pleasures", and said "Series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino writes clever dialogue and ingratiating comedy, but she also knows how to do bittersweet drama.

The last two seasons were less positively received. Maureen Ryan of the Chicago Tribune described the sixth season as "uneven at best", explaining, "the protracted fight between Lorelai and Rory Gilmore left the writers scrambling to cram the show with filler plots that stretched many fans' patience to the limit.

But he concluded that before this came "six seasons of magnificent mixed emotions" among a "perfect television idyll". Giving the show an overall rating of "A-", he added, "industry ignorance of the writing and of Graham's performance in particular will remain an eternal scandal".

Gilmore Girls was listed as one of Time magazine's "All-TIME TV Shows". Club named "They Shoot Gilmores, Don't They? As the quippy, pop culture-quoting younger Gilmores were forced to reconnect with their repressed elders, creator Amy Sherman-Palladino got plenty of laughs and tears out of the generational divide, and out of showing the family Lorelai created for herself and her daughter in the idealized, Norman Rockwell -esque town of Stars Hollow.

At its best, Gilmore Girls was pure, concentrated happiness. In , Amy Plitt of Rolling Stone reflected on the enduring appeal of Gilmore Girls , and noted that it stood out from other family shows like 7th Heaven , The OC and Everwood by being "far richer, deeper The characters were funny and relatable, the banter was zinger-heavy, the familial drama was poignant and the romantic chemistry Viewer ratings for Gilmore Girls were not large, but the numbers were a relative success for the small WB network and it became one of their flagship series.

In its syndicated release, Gilmore Girls averaged ,—, viewers per episode, for an annual viewership of 11 million on each of its networks.

Gilmore Girls earned several accolades, but did not receive much attention from the major awarding bodies. The Satellite Awards nominated it for Best Series — Musical or Comedy in and , while it was nominated for Favorite Television Drama at the People's Choice Awards Lauren Graham was nominated for one Golden Globe Award and two Screen Actors Guild Awards for her work on the first and second seasons, and received five successive nominations at the Satellite Awards.

She also received a Family Television Award, [] and she won the Teen Choice Award for Best TV Mom twice. Gilmore Girls is considered a cult classic, with an "avid following".

The Gilmore Girls Fan Fest has become an annual event since its inauguration in The unofficial festival takes place in Connecticut over an October weekend, and includes panels with cast and crew, themed activities, and screenings.

The Irish Independent has commented that "Even though it preceded social media, Gilmore Girls has been internet gold for the past few years.

Thanks to its snappy one-liners, it's spawned thousands of memes that have introduced the Buzzfeed generation to its coffee-swilling, cheeseburger-loving, critically-thinking characters.

Three collections of academic essays that analyze the show have been published: Gilmore Girls and the Politics of Identity ; Screwball Television: Critical Perspectives on Gilmore Girls ; and Gilmore Girls: A Cultural History In , four young adult novels were published that adapted scripts from the first and second seasons into novel form, told from Rory's first-person point of view.

There have also been several unofficial, fan-based guides to the series, including Coffee At Luke's: An Unauthorized Gilmore Girls Gab Fest , The Gilmore Girls Companion , You've Been Gilmored!

The Companion. But I'm a Gilmore! Gilmore Girls is the basis for the successful podcast Gilmore Guys — , which was named by Time as one of the 50 best podcasts of — the only television-based inclusion.

Porter and Demi Adejuyigbe, as they watch every episode of the series. Sadaf Ahsan of the National Post commented that it "helped reignite — and, for some, initiate — fan fervour" towards Gilmore Girls.

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