‘Gilmore Girls’ Stars: Where Has the Cast Been Between Visits to Stars Hollow?

Robert Chan

Where the Gilmore Girls lead, we will follow! It's been nine long years since super mother-daughter duo Lorelai and Rory Gilmore drank all the coffee in Stars Hollow, gorged on junk food and Chinese takeout, fell in and out of love, and dropped every pop culture reference imaginable in their rapid-fire banter. Now the Gilmores are back to drink even more coffee, talk even faster, and charm us more than ever in Netflix's continuation of the series, which premieres Nov. 25.

In four 90-minute episodes, titled "Winter," "Spring," "Summer," and "Fall," Lorelai (Lauren Graham), Rory (Alexis Bledel), and grandmother Emily (Kelly Bishop) all face big changes in their lives. To get ready for the revival, we're highlighting all the things we love about the show with our official Return to Stars Hollow coverage, from the wacky supporting characters to the insanely clever dialogue to the girls' complicated love lives. Check back here every day until Nov. 25 to obsess with us over all things Gilmore.

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It’s been almost 10 years since we last saw the denizens of Stars Hollow. In that time a great many of them — particularly the guest stars — have gone on to do quite well for themselves. As for the main cast? For many of them, Gilmore Girls meant they could essentially retire. Taylor Doose (Michael Winters) will return for the Netflix series but has no IMDB credits in the intervening years, and Michel (Yanic Truesdale) opened a spin studio in Montreal, which is the most perfectly Michel thing imaginable. As for the rest? Click through this slideshow to find out.

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life is available to stream on Netflix beginning Nov. 25.