The ever-evolving Netflix model makes it difficult to discern viewer data, let alone interpret what tidbits the company confirms. That said, Netflix has been studying “binge racers” who finish seasons within twenty-four hours of their debut, and you might be surprised by the highs and lows.
The prospect of more Gilmore Girls got dimmer with creator Amy Sherman-Palladino signing onto new Amazon series, but some contractual fine print brings good news. A deliberate loophole could finally answer Rory’s big mystery with another season in the near future.
I’ll be honest; seven seasons of Gilmore Girls and one revival later, I’m still not entirely certain why Luke’s coffee was so special. Perhaps Scott Patterson himself can clue me in, now that the once (and future?) Luke Danes is launching his own real-life coffee brand.
We’re now a few months removed from the Gilmore Girls revival, as well as “preliminary” talks of a continuation, and prospects aren’t looking great. Star Lauren Graham once again questions the need to return to Stars Hollow after those final four words, though A Very Gilmore Christmas down the line is at least a possibility.
Well, if Roseanne can come back without needing to make sense of its ending, why not Felicity? That’s the question posed to stars Keri Russell and Scott Speedman, who told Jimmy Kimmel they’d be up for a Netflix revival “in a heartbeat.”
Well, if you were wondering whether Netflix might pull forward on another round of Gilmore Girls, Amazon appears to have answered that question for them. Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino’s new Amazon series, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, becomes the first pilot of the season with a series order, and a hefty one at that.
Gilmore Girls fans were lucky enough to get one revival, and it’s likely a second go wouldn’t carry the same urgency. Even stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel aren’t 100% certain of a need to revisit the Gilmore Girls, despite that closing twist.
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: however arduous each TV revival proves, fans will inevitably clamor for another continuation. Netflix’s Gilmore Girls in particular ended A Year in the Life on the cliffhanger creators always intended, but may now be in “preliminary” conversations for another followup, reports reveal.
Curb Your Enthusiasm hasn’t provided much Season 9 enthusiasm to curb as of yet, but a certain Gilmore Girl might just be the shot of energy we need. Lauren Graham will apparently recur in the upcoming ninth season, as well as lead her own new FOX series.