Netflix to bring back hit ‘Gilmore Girls’ TV series

Gilmore Girls

Netflix is reviving the hit TV series “Gilmore Girls,” which won legions of fans more than a decade ago depicting the exploits of a thirty-something mother and her teenage daughter.

The show’s stars — Lauren Graham as Lorelai Gilmore and Alexis Bledel, who played her daughter Rory — will also be back.

Graham confirmed the show’s revival — and her return as its star — on Twitter late Friday.

“I CAN NOW CONFIRM: it’s time for me, and this jacket I stole in 2007, to return to work,” she wrote under the handle @thelaurengraham, adding the @netflix and hashtag #GilmoreGirls.

The Twitter post also showed a copy of Graham holding a lavender jacket with lettering that read “Property of Gilmore Girls Costume” department.

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The popular show, which aired 150 episodes from 2000 to 2007, will see actors Scott Patterson, Kelly Bishop, Sean Gunn and Keiko Agena return as well.

Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino will oversee the new program, although Netflix gave no details about the name of the new program, its filming schedule or when fans can expect it to go online.

The latest episodes will be in miniseries format, with four 90-minute shows, Variety magazine said, citing sources, whereas the original episodes were in standard TV-series format.

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  1. Avatar Thomas May 6th, 2012 at 10:33 pm

    House divided between itseff  definately never stands.Let us END the Coalition goverment TODAY.Kenyans are tired of these dramas.

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    1. Avatar Ericmmuguna May 7th, 2012 at 10:39 am

      The coalition government did not siphon those million to corrupt clinics but individuals did. lets deal with those individuals. not everything will be solved politically my good friend 

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  2. Avatar anwm May 6th, 2012 at 10:40 pm

    Is Anyang Nyong saying that PNU is responsible for identifying and paying these fake clinics millions of money- while he sat there as minister and didn’t raise the alarm???!!!! Then he has simply failed as a minister and should go home even before the disgraced CEO and Board. Sadly no one in Kenya resigns over such issues.

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  3. Avatar wanjohi m May 7th, 2012 at 7:08 am

    How can you be investigated while still in the office,the whole mess is handled in very undiplomatic way by my learned friend Anyang Nyong.What we already know people are messing  up the lives of Kenyans by misusing tax money gotten from Kenyans who earn less than a dollar a day and they themselves are not willing to be taxed.

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  4. Avatar UKCentral May 7th, 2012 at 8:30 am

    What a shame. The man is so bitter, arrogant and embroidered in corruption. Attempts to lay blame on PNU and abusing head of civil service will not make u retain this important ministry.

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  5. Avatar Peter Gichira Solomon May 7th, 2012 at 11:36 am

     Wasn’t this the same stuff that Got you furiously storming out of a live interview with Lilian Muli-Kanene at Citizen? Prof. Nyongó, your “efficiency at which you are killing the NHIF with”  must have informed President Moi’s mockery on professors. SHAME! SHAME! SHAME! 

    Ooopppss!! Sorry, you do not seem to have any shame left on you. Guess that is why Kimemia had to intervene.

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    1. Avatar Pratt May 7th, 2012 at 4:53 pm

      And see if it were “a Prof. Sam Ongeri”, Odm guys masqueranting as civil society, would be by now padlocking his door! Where are these fellows now? Surely investing in lies cant be called leadership, its pure conmanship! This skewed approach to national issues must stop. Media houses should note this. Nyong’o or even Raila himself CANT overturn civil service head’s decision, they can only “attempt to!”
      Lets get the facts correct. Raila and moreless Nyong’o, cant order police to cordon off NHIF building. But Mr. Francis Kimemia would do it with effeciency of a film star. Thus, lets not cause unnecessary confusion. I guess the little twig we are calling Odm is about to scream “Kofi Annan intervene!” Will these ever thieving fellows wearing fake reform stickers ever realize the game is over?

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  6. Avatar Pratt May 7th, 2012 at 11:58 am

    These creatures brought emptiness in government. How could he dare protect his fellow thieves? And does he have the capacity to impose his illogical will? And now fire at NHIF!, arsonists trying to destroy evidence? Talk of attempts to divert attention from the real issue! Odm and corruption are twin sisters, no doubt about it.

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  7. Avatar mtetezi May 7th, 2012 at 3:42 pm

    NYONG’O.. I thought I heard you say that you want to revolutionize Kenyan Hospitals so the you do not need to go oversees for your routine check-ups……. If this is the way you want to revolutionize the hospitals then you can as well quit and give the docket to someone more competent. By the way… No MPS are going to head ministries after the next elections. This is you final bloody loot……

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