Gilmore Girls, or I suppose I should say, Gilmore Girls: Seasons is coming your way via Netflix, and the show has released some images that, somewhat surprisingly, give you a lot to chew on.
Usually, such images don’t give away anything, but you can find a few interesting hints about the upcoming show in these.
Following the news that Melissa McCarthy will apparently be joining the show after all, the media train is getting underway, and though the show really needs no sell, Netflix might as well try to get your excitement to a fever pitch.
Rory seems to be teaching some people wearing familiar uniforms. She’s also teaching Jane Eyre, which isn’t being a journalist, but really feels a bit more Rory than her aspirations ever did.
Stars Hollow seems a lot more diverse than it used to… and someone is going to a fancy dress party as Sonny Crockett later.
The town is getting ready for “Stars Hollow – The Musical,” which screams of Kirk. More importantly, Stars Hollow seems to have a lot of people in it, despite the fact that the town hall meeting was the same size.
Our stars still have bizarre, and horrible, eating habits, and retro is King.
Despite internet rumors that Luke and Lorelai aren’t married, they’re at least holding hands.
Plus, maybe I’m reading too much into a few images, but does Lorelai look (in all of these images), like someone who still runs her own inn?
Grandma is still around, and involved in our four-part story, and, seeing as there is one full glass on the bar already, Rory drinks.
But, it can’t all be good news, because the show is already being sued by a producer from the original show, Gavin Polone. You’d think that one of the first things people did was ask their lawyers who they needed to pay based on the contracts from the previous show, but apparently Polone thinks he has a case for any future shows with these characters.
Stay tuned for more info on the show.
Producer Gavin Polone filed a lawsuit against Warner Bros. Television Production Inc. on Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court alleging he is owed nearly $200,000 for the upcoming four-episode run.
Source: Baker City Herald