Picking up 25 years after the third and final "Mighty Ducks" movie, the 10-episode series flips the script by making the Mighty Ducks the bad guys and a new team of misfits the plucky underdogs.
25 years after lacing up his skates for the last "Mighty Ducks" sequel, franchise star is back in action for new Disney+ series, arriving in March.
There's some quacking news over at Disney Plus. The streamer has issued a 10-episode series order for a sequel to "The Mighty Ducks," and has tapped "Gilmore Girls" star Lauren Graham to play the lead. Graham will star as Alex and "Good Girls" standout Brady Noon is set to portray her son, Evan. Based on […]
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.
<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…
Curb Your Enthusiasm’s Richard Lewis confirmed that the Larry David cult series has wrapped production on its 9th season with a series of tweets earlier this week. “Curb 9 wraps with two of the funniest comedians I’ve ever known,” Lewis said about David and his “odd couple” co-star, J.B. Smoove.
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!
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.
Today is the day Netflix unveils all four new episodes of Gilmore Girls, collectively known as Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. Today’s review is of “Winter.” You are hereby and loudly warned: WALL-TO-WALL SPOILERS OF GILMORE GIRLS: A YEAR IN THE LIFE FOLLOW. Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, who wrote and directed this episode, knows how to transport us back to the Gilmore Girls circa 2005-06, aka the Last Real Gilmore Girls Era.
After eight years, we have “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life — four new episodes that Netflix will plop onto its site on Nov. 25. Was it worth the wait? Well, put it this way: We have a feeling these new “Gilmores” are going to be giving an awful lot of people one extra reason to be grateful for a long Thanksgiving weekend this year.
Ryan Gosling bombed his Gilmore Girls audition? That’s right, the Canadian dreamboat was almost some quote-unquote “football character” on the long-running WB series, but his tryout went so poorly, it almost ruined a casting director’s credibility.
Christmas just came early for fans of Gilmore Girls … and Amy Schumer. On Wednesday, the first trailer for A Year in the Life, the four-part Netflix revival of the CW hit, was finally released. And as if that weren’t exciting enough, the trailer also name-checks a pretty famous celeb, which resulted in an awesome response. In the clip, Lauren Graham’s character, Loreali, asks her TV daughter Rory (played by Alexis Bledel), “Do you think Amy Schumer would like me?” To which Rory responds, “No.” But it seems that Schumer begs to differ. ...
All four episodes of Netflix’s Gilmore Girls revival will premiere on Friday, Nov. 25, and show creator Amy Sherman-Palladino is very happy with how it all turned out.
Foremost was The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, the FX show that was nominated in the limited series category, as well as scoring nominations for Sarah Paulson (who was also nominated as a supporting actress in American Horror Story: Hotel) and Courtney B. Vance. After too many seasons of neglect, another FX show, The Americans, finally got some of the attention it deserved as the show was nominated not only in the drama category, but also co-stars and real-life couple Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell were nominated as well.
With the recent announcement of a Gilmore Girls reboot on Netflix, we thought Mother’s Day was the perfect time to remind everyone of all the excellent mothering Lorelai Gilmore gave her daughter, Rory. Related: Gilmore Girls’: First Look at Netflix’s Revival The series was on the air for seven seasons and even though it went off the air in 2007, the four-part revival will feature the original cast including: Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Scott Patterson, Kelly Bishop, and Melissa McCarthy. Related: Melissa McCarthy Announces Return to ‘Gilmore Girls’ Reboot on 'Ellen’ Watch the video above to see clips of Lorelai putting these five parenting tips into action: 1. Help your kids pursue their dreams. 2.
Netflix is taking us back to Stars Hollow with four 90-minute 'Gilmore Girls' movies premiering later this year, written and directed by executive producers Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino.
Two of Lauren Graham’s beloved TV worlds are colliding. Self-proclaimed Gilmore Girls fangirl Mae Whitman — who played Graham’s TV daughter on Parenthood for six seasons — is set to make a cameo in Netflix’s four-part revival, I have learned exclusively. I’ve been sworn to secrecy about the specifics of Whitman’s role, but here’s what I can tell you: She shares a really fun (albeit small) moment with Graham that will delight Parenthood fans. PHOTOSGilmore Girls Revival Cast: Here’s Everyone Who’s In It!
Big happenings in the Gilmore Girls universe this week: Oct. 5 marked the 15th anniversary of the show’s debut on The WB network, and Gilmore fans have a new destination for watching (by which, of course, we mean re-watching) episodes: the UP network, which now airs GG on weekdays. 1. Gilmore Girls was the original show title, though it was briefly changed to The Gilmore Way before finally being locked in as Gilmore Girls. The inspiration for the Gilmore name: the Gilmore Bank at the Farmer’s Market in Los Angeles, which merged with (and changed its name to) Grandpoint Bank in 2013. 2. Hollywood agent-turned-producer Gavin Polone worked with creator Amy Sherman-Palladino to develop Gilmore Girls, and he has said part of the inspiration for the show’s focus on the mother-daughter relationship between Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory (Alexis Bledel) was the 1999 movie Drop Dead Gorgeous, which he produced, and the relationship between characters played by Ellen Barkin and Kirsten Dunst.