Now that the first season of Gilmore Girls has been filmed and is on DVD, we’ve got a couple of questions for the Gilmore Girls fans out there.
Will we be able the show to get its own TV series?
Will the show ever get picked up by another network?
Will you be seeing it in a larger capacity than the one we’ve been able to see?
In a way, Gilmore Girls is an extension of the fandom.
Fans are still very much part of the show’s world, and its characters and worlds are still the ones that fans have a lot of fun with.
But with Gilmore Girls, Gilmore is also a whole lot more than a show.
It’s a world that we can get lost in.
And when we get lost, we can never find it again.
The Gilmore Girls universe is a fascinating one.
We’ve seen how it connects to our lives and our relationships, but also how it intersects with real world issues like the opioid epidemic, the rise of the self-proclaimed alt-right, and climate change.
There are a lot more stories and ideas out there than the show itself can tell.
We don’t even know how many stories it’s going to tell.
But the Gilmore family farm in Wyoming, home to the legendary Hugh Laurie, is one of those stories.
In the season premiere, Gilmore and Hugh meet a man named Hugh Wilcox, who wants to build a farm for his family, but they can’t afford it.
Gilmore and her friends decide to join him on his mission.
When Hugh starts the farm, they learn it has a mysterious history, and they soon learn it’s a story of tragedy.
We’re really excited to be exploring a world where we don’t know if the Gilmore girls will be the heroes we’re all hoping for, or if they’ll end up living the last days of their lives in a life of misery.
In our Gilmore universe, that’s just not an option.