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‘Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life’ Kelly Bishop Opens Up About Emily’s Jeans; Lauren Graham Speaks About Peter Krause

Update Date: Nov 21, 2016 02:22 AM EST
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The "Gilmore Girls" is all set to be back in Netflix starting Nov. 25 for a four-episode mini season. The mini - series has been penned by the show - creator Amy Sherman - Palladino and her husband Daniel Palladino.

Older fans of the "Gilmore Girls" might remember that a contract dispute caused the original show creators to leave the show. Now, the original writers of the show are back, along with the original cast Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Milo Ventimigilia and Melissa McCarthy, reported New York Times.

Thus, it seems that not only the fans, but also the cast and crew are excited about the comeback of the famous show. The first trailer of "Gilmore Girls", which was released weeks back shows a grieving Emily Gilmore (Kelly Bishop). Unfortunately, the life of Emily is not so positive as she appears. After losing her husband, she now has to figure out what next to do with her life.

"[Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino] takes Emily on such an interesting journey in the reboot, and sadly it's probably much more interesting because of the fact that Edward Herrmann's gone and I didn't have him," Bishop says, according to reports from the Entertainment Weekly.

Meanwhile, another cast, Lauren Graham, who plays the role of Sarah Baverman speaks about the positive and unexpected perk she experienced--falling in love. She began dating her co-star Peter Krause, and speaks about how their relationship started. "At our age we'd probably both been through 'showmances' that went south and made work an uncomfortable place to be," she writes. "But ultimately, our mutual wariness gave way - it just sort of happened."

Thus, it seems that the cast of the "Gilmore Girls" is happy with its revival and will add their happiness with the viewers by appearing on the mini - series and doing their part.

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