Scott Patterson is watching Gilmore Girls for the first time ever for his new podcast, "I'm All In, and exclusively revealed to E! News which scene he's nervous to watch.
"I would have been proud to share a smoke with this great Patriot!" David Sutcliffe, who quit acting in 2019, tweeted about a rioter.
Brian Tarantina, an actor who was known for his roles on “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “Gilmore Girls,” was found dead on Saturday morning. He was 60.Tarantina was found in his New York City apartment by the NYPD, a police spokesperson confirms to TheWrap. The cause of death is unknown.“On Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019 at approximately 0040 hours, police responded to a 911 call of an unconscious male inside of 353 West 51 Street, apartment 11, within the confines of the Midtown North Precinct,” a spokesperson said. “Upon arrival, officers observed a 60-year-old male, unconscious and unresponsive, fully-clothed, on his couch. EMS responded to the location and pronounced the aided male deceased at the scene (his residence). The Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death and the investigation remains ongoing.”Also Read: Rudy Boesch, Original 'Survivor' Contestant, Dies at 91Recently, Tarantina appeared in Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” as Jackie, the emcee of the Gaslight comedy club where Rachel Brosnahan‘s Midge performs. He has also appeared on many TV series, including “Gilmore Girls,” “The Black Donnellys,” “Heroes,” “Law & Order” and “The Good Wife.”“For over twenty five years, Brian Tarantina has been in our lives. He was in Amy’s first pilot. And he’s been in every significant thing we’ve done since,” Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino said in a statement provided to TheWrap. “He came in with that voice and that timing and he made every scene better. And weirder. Every moment was completely unique. You can’t describe a guy like Brian, you just had to be there. And lucky for us, we were. We love him and will forever miss him.”In addition, Tarantina’s long career in film includes “Jacob’s Ladder,” “Donnie Brasco,” “Uncle Buck” and “Summer of Sam.” He most recently appeared alongside Melissa McCarthy and Tiffany Haddish in “The Kitchen.”Read original story Brian Tarantina, ‘Marvelous Mrs Maisel’ and ‘Gilmore Girls’ Actor, Dies at 60 At TheWrap
Yahoo Entertainment sat down with Milo Ventimiglia and grilled him on very important matters about "Gilmore Girls" and also asked whether he'd be into revisiting the role of Jesse Mariano should Netflix reup the series.
The half-hour, single-camera series is about two older gay men and one twink (their buddy’s young lover) that rescue a friend who's been forced-back-in-the-closet at his homophobic assisted living facility.
As “Dawson's Creek” turns 20, we're asking fans of that show — and “90210,” “Buffy,” “Gilmore Girls,” and “Riverdale” — to choose sides.
Even if you're not one of those 53 diehard "A Christmas Prince" fans, Netflix probably has something embarrassing on you. So confess it to us first!
'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,' a new comedy from the creator of 'Gilmore Girls,' is 'almost ridiculously entertaining,' says Ken Tucker.
From superheroes to Britney Spears, Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop to "Seinfeld" accessories, we've got suggestions for everyone on your nice list.
Pilot episodes don’t always go smoothly from conception to broadcast. An upcoming spinoff for FX is only the latest to go through cast changes.
In most parts of the world, you don’t have to look very far to find a film festival. At least, it was before the ATX Television Festival flickered to life in Austin in 2012. The brainchild of TV lovers Emily Gipson and Caitlin McFarland, this four-day celebration of all things televised has quickly grown from its humble freshman year origins to become a major destination for people who might otherwise be loathe to leave the company of their DVR.
Gilmore Girls ended its original television run 10 years ago, but 39-year-old Ember Quillweb says her obsession with the show is still going strong. Ember remembers watching the first episode when it came out back in 2000, and says she loved the show’s quick and witty dialogue, its characters and its overall look. Ember says she instantly identified with Lorelai, her favorite character, in part because they share a love of coffee and the same fashion sense.
<em>Gilmore Girls</em> stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel joined Deadline’s The Contenders Emmys panel Sunday morning to discuss their time on the Netflix revival, <em>Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life</em> and whether they’d be game to continue the series <em>. </em> <em>“</em>Now it has become a dialogue with the fans of the show; if it all existed in a vacuum I would play that character until my dying day,” Graham told the audience, adding that they both hadn’t been approached by anyone about doing a…
There are five new shows now screening on Amazon Prime. It’s what the streaming service calls its “pilot season”: You watch and vote, and perhaps your pick will get picked up as a series. I’ve watched “Budding Prospects” (a period piece based on an early T. Coraghessan Boyle novel), “Oasis” (a sci-fi drama), “The New V.I.P.s” (a raunchy cartoon), and “The Legend of Master Legend” (an intriguing drama starring John Hawkes as a superhero, based an a real-life figure), and I’m here to tell you that the winner in this batch is easy to pick: It’s “The Marvelous Mrs. ...
TV viewers with hearing problems use closed captioning all the time, of course. But have a conversation with those who don’t medically require the aid, and you might be surprised to discover they still employ it — at least while watching certain shows.
It’s time for the Yahooies, Yahoo TV’s second annual reader-voted awards honoring the best — and sometimes worst — of 2016. Each day through Dec. 16, we will announce the nominees for one category, with an accompanying poll. The winners will be crowned Monday, Dec. 19.
As the cousin and close pal of Donald Glover’s Earn, Henry so fully inhabits the role of the rapping, usually high Paper Boi, he thoroughly deconstructs the usual pop culture stereotypes of what a hip-hop artist might be like. Hard when he has to be, Alfred — Paper Boi’s real name — is also a sensitive soul and a rigorous thinker. This was made most clear in the Oct. 11 episode “B.A.N.,” Glover’s showcase for Paper Boi as a guest on a Charlie Rose-style talk show, but Henry’s shrewd skills compelled you to watch him in even his smallest scenes or when this Boi seemed to be nodding off.
The “Gilmore Girls” star told Stephen Colbert that she was appalled by accusations that the coffee cups she was carrying on the new episodes were (gasp) empty!
Sometimes you can’t get a WiFi signal, and Netflix is here to save the day! Subscribers have been asking about it for years, and there’s been rumors that it’s been in development since June, but on Wednesday, Netflix announced that you’ll finally be able to download select movies and series to watch offline.
Warning: This recap for the “Fall” episode of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life contains storyline and character spoilers.
Lauren Graham wasn’t exactly ecstatic about the ending of Netflix’s Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life when she admitted on Today, “I did not know the four words until halfway through filming of this iteration of the series, and I, too, was like, Huh? Huh.” has been the response to most big events in 2016. Graham, who was nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance as Lorelai Gilmore, was joined by castmates Kelly Bishop, Scott Patterson, and Alexis Bledel, via phone, on the set of Today to discuss the new mini-series that returns us to Stars Hollow for four more 90-minute episodes that have been delighting Gilmore Girls and Boys alike.
Last week on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy brought on the actors who played his three favorite Gilmore Girls characters: Scott Patterson (Luke), Liza Weil (Paris), and Sean Gunn (Kirk).