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Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life

Created by Amy Sherman-Palladino. Produced by Warner Bros. Television. Stars: Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Scott Patterson. It first aired on Nov 25, 2016, on Netflix. The series has 7.8 * rating by IMDb. Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life is set in USA.


How Many Seasons Are There Of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life: 1 (4 episodes)

Season 2


Season 1

Season premieres on November 25, 2016

Netflix, 4 episodes

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Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life is on Netflix (USA) Fridays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 1 Episode 1 (Winter) - Air Date: Nov 25, 2016 (3 years ago)

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'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life' Is Stuck in Years' Prior - PopMatters - via Popmatters

That being said, there are some great moments within the series. Emily's character arc, in which she comes to terms both with Richard's death and what kind of life she actually wants, is masterfully done. The final episode, "Fall", offers many such moments, particularly Emily calling her society friends on their, to use her word, "bullshit", then selling the family mansion to settle instead into a small house in Nantucket; a house she opens up to those she spent dismissing throughout the original series. Lorelai's call to her mother to share her best memory of her father is moving and long overdue, as were Luke and Lorelai's fairytale-themed nuptials. Rory's conversation with her father Christopher (David Sutcliffe), who shares enough personality traits with Logan to make both relationships a bit queasy to watch, is a well-written and subtle scene whose true resonance isn't clear until the end of the series.

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life: "Spring" - Paste Magazine - via Pastemagazine

Back in Stars Hollow, Luke gets invited to a private dinner with Emily, and Lorelai (of course) comes along. The reason he was invited? Emily has tons of money for Luke in a trust to expand his “Luke’s Diner Empire.” She actually picks him up from work later in the episode to go out with a realtor.

'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life': Each Season's Biggest Moments and Those Last 4 Words Finally Revealed! - Entertainment Tonight - by Etonline

Emily has a wonderfully epic meltdown at a D.A.R. meeting -- the word "bullsh*t" is used four times -- and she decides it's time put her old life behind her. "This whole thing is dead to me anyhow," she snaps at her former friends. "It died to me with Richard." So she sells her house, moves to her favorite quaint summer home in Nantucket, and gets a job as a tour guide at the local whaling museum. Emily also strikes up one final deal with Lorelai: Emily will give Lorelai the money (that was intended for Luke) to expand The Dragonfly, and in return, Luke and Lorelai must spend two weeks every summer and one week at Christmas visiting Emily up in Nantucket. Everything has come full circle.

Lauren Graham's Performance in 'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life' Revival - TVLine - by Tvline

Lorelai called her mother Emily, choking back tears as she told a heartfelt anecdote about her late father Richard consoling her with a soft pretzel and a movie after a teenage breakup — an anecdote she failed to tell at Richard’s funeral. Lorelai has always buried uncomfortable feelings under a layer of jokey sarcasm. (That’s kind of her thing. And we love her for it.) But here, Graham got to fully explore the raw anguish throbbing underneath — not just the pain of losing her father, but also of never really connecting with her mother. And Graham knocked it out of the park. Seriously, across seven seasons, she’s never been better than she was in that scene.


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