‘Gilmore Girls’ Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino Reveals How the Show Could Return
Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has already said that more episodes of the hit show are “definitely possible,” which is amazing news for anyone who wants to see what happens with Rory and *that* particular situation. But a lot of things would have to line up first.
“The thing about Gilmore Girls is, it’s an amorphous thing,” Sherman-Palladino told The Hollywood Reporter. She said that when they were considering doing the Netflix A Year in the Life reboot, it was obvious to them that the time was right. “The reason that it happened the first time is because we all went to that Austin [ATX] Festival, and we all sat together and there was an open bar and we were all sitting there saying, ‘It feels good now, let’s do it now.'”
The same thing would have to happen for more GG to come about. “I think it would have to be a similar situation. There would have to be an open bar and we would have to have the right story and the right format and it would have to be a time where the girls [Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel] and us all felt like, ‘Yeah, let’s dive in again.'”
She added, “There’s nothing being planned right now, but it’s open if the muse strikes.” Let’s hope that muse does indeed strike! And if it does, Netflix will be ready and waiting. “We’ve got the Gilmore clause, we’ve carved it out,” she told THR.
For now, fans can check out Sherman-Palladino’s new Amazon show, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, which premiered today and has already won over fans with the same kind of quirky wit that we love so much about Gilmore Girls.
Would you want to see even more episodes of Gilmore Girls? Let us know @BritandCo!
(photo via Saeed Adyani/Netflix)
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