Specials 1970 | 2 Episodes
Gilmore Girls - premiered on January 01, 1970
Season 1 2000 | 21 Episodes
Gilmore Girls - premiered on October 05, 2000
Lorelai, 32 years old, has always done things her way. Raised in a world of money and cotillions, she was wilder than the other girls. Pregnant at age 16, she chose her own path, and, in true style, walked with flawless posture right out the door. With fire and determination, Lorelai has worked her way up from maid to manager at the ...
Season 2 2001 | 22 Episodes
Gilmore Girls - premiered on October 09, 2001
Lorelai and Rory Gilmore's unique mother-daughter relationship evolves this season as Lorelai ponders a surprise marriage proposal and Rory enters her next year at the exclusive Chilton Academy and continues her on again/off again romance with Dean. Friday night dinners with Lorelai's uptight parents keep up the family tradition of fun and friction, and Lorelai continues to works at ...
Season 3 2002 | 22 Episodes
Gilmore Girls - premiered on September 24, 2002
As graduation from Chilton Academy approaches, Rory's life becomes complex, her lifelong dream of attending Harvard at odds with her grandparents' wishes for her to attend Yale. Rory and Lorelai deal with Rory's transition from high school to university, as both of their love lives grow chaotic. Lorelai's attraction to Luke remains hidden with the appearance of old flames and ...
Season 4 2003 | 22 Episodes
Gilmore Girls - premiered on September 23, 2003
Lorelai quits her job as manager of the Independence Inn, realizing her ambition of opening an inn of her own, The Dragonfly, with her best friend, Sookie. But various setbacks make renovating the new inn harder than Lorelai could have imagined. Lorelai & Sookie start a catering business to help pay for the expenses, made all the more difficult because Sookie ...
Season 5 2004 | 22 Episodes
Gilmore Girls - premiered on September 21, 2004
Lorelai and Rory face major life changes. Lorelai is happy owning and operating an inn with best friend Sookie, but quickly learns the demands of being the boss. A bigger surprise is that her longtime friendship with Luke has become a romance. Lorelai and Luke try to hide their relationship, but the town soon knows they are dating. The reappearance ...
Season 6 2005 | 22 Episodes
Gilmore Girls - premiered on September 13, 2005
Lorelai and Rory face their first-ever serious incident of estrangement from each other. Lorelai did everything she could to change Rory's self-destructive path, including asking her parents for help. Feeling betrayed when they side with Rory, Lorelai pours her heart out to her boyfriend, Luke. When Luke instantly offers his support, a touched and emotionally fragile Lorelai impulsively asks Luke ...
Season 7 2006 | 22 Episodes
Gilmore Girls - premiered on September 26, 2006
With a colorful cast of characters, life in Stars Hollow is anything but dull. As the season unfolds, Lorelai's relationship with Luke may be over now that she has let Christopher, Rory's father, come between them again. Even so, Lorelai and Luke still have to coexist in tiny, close-knit Stars Hollow with the town's watchful eyes on them and their ...
|Lauren Graham||Lorelai Gilmore|
|Alexis Bledel||Rory Gilmore|
|Scott Patterson||Luke Danes|
|Melissa McCarthy||Sookie St. James|
|Keiko Agena||Lane Kim|
|Yanic Truesdale||Michel Gerard|
|Kelly Bishop||Emily Gilmore|
|Edward Herrmann||Richard Gilmore|
This is a good show. My wife watched the entire set of series without me as it seemed we already had a lot to watch together. She enjoyed it and at some point I decided to watch it and she elected to watch it again with me. It is very witty and intelligent and, if you don’t mind every episode using the same wit and rapid fire word association and social references on and on, it is great fun. Once in a while they take it a bit too far and a character who has not shown great wit and humor comes out with a jewel. I can understand the writers wouldn’t want to waste the line. They have two Sam and Diane characters (Lorelai and Luke) as a “will they or won’t they” romance — you know, from the tv show Cheers where they bend every script to bring them close to a romance, but oh, not quite. A lot of shows have done it since then (and probably before also. I mean they kept Mary Tyler Moore single as Mary Richards because she had dome the housewife thing in the Dick Van Dyke Show). The show does really well at staying consistent, especially considering how many episodes there were each season. So even when it wears a bit thin for me, (for example, the Kurt character really gets old for me as they seem to have him do absolutely everything a minor guess character could do better. Did they not want to pay character actors?) it is still better than most shows out there. I feel I should add that I usually wait until I have watched the entire run of a show before reviewing it, because sometimes even good programs deteriorate or jump the shark. You know, when show does something totally out of character or unbelievable to boost ratings or juice it up. Apparently the term came from the long-running Happy Days when the Fonz was water skiing and literally jumped over a shark. He almost took on super powers, it seemed. I don’t think Gilmore Girls will end up there, but even then I could always edit this review!id : 60a9c245ede1b00058e88b60