It is difficult to pinpoint when exactly “Gilmore Girls” became such a hit, as the series was usually (and notoriously) omitted during awards season when on the air. However, “Gilmore Girls” continues to reign as a cult-classic, almost exclusively due to the devotion of its fans, as recently seen at the revival’s Los Angeles premiere, which overflowed with fans trying to catch a peek of their favorite characters on the red carpet.
Vanity Fair caught up with the show’s cast and creators to get some new details ahead of the heartfelt dramedy’s return next week.
Jimmy Fallon talked about his love for the show, expressing what fans feel.
Dean Forester (Jared Padalecki)
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- ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’: Scott Patterson Says Luke Is Lorelai’s Gibraltar
- Gilmore Girls’ Christopher Is Stars Hollow’s Representation of Existential Dread.
- ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’: Kelly Bishop Talks Tackling Emily’s Grief.