‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in Life’ Review, Latest News & Update: Lorelai, Rory & Emily Share the Same Chemistry

By Jyotirupa Sarma , Updated Nov 25, 2016 12:46 AM EST
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Amy Sherman-Palladino is back with "Gilmore Girls: A year in Life". She wants to give the series a satisfactory end on her own terms. Lorelai, Rory and Emily are back with their usual chatter on life's everyday problems.

"Gilmore Girls" will be revived on Friday on Netflix and it's completely different from other remakes and revivals that only try to take the viewers down the memory lane. "Gilmore Girls: A Year in Life" is more than that as the series wants to conclude in a more Sherman-Palladino style. The four new 90 minutes' episode corresponds with a Season of the Year, starting from winter to fall, stated Global News.

In the first episode, Winter, the mother-daughter duo Lorelai and Rory talk about yoga, Uber, and air travel. Lorelai and Rory are seen typing in their iPhones instead their Motorola and Nokia flip phones. Sherman- Paladino has picked up the show right where she left it. Lorelai is living together with Luke and running the Dragonfly. Rory has a man in her life and she is now a jet-setting writer. Emily, on the other hand, has not overcome from the death of Richard.

Although some discrepancies can be noticed In Sherman- Paladino's efforts to make the viewers feel like nothing has changed, one thing really has not changed. It is the chemistry between the three lead actresses. The creator has brought the magic back which once they created on the screen and the same old comfort has come back due to the trio's chemistry.

 The change is obvious as the original series ran from 2000 to 2007 and that was a totally different era. However, the shows slightly humorous and completely harmless appeal works immensely. One glimpse of the mother and daughter is enough to take you to a different era. Nevertheless, "Gilmore Girls: A year in Life" provides the same comfort as the previous seasons of the series and lightens up your Thanksgiving weekend.

When creator Amy Sherman-Palladino left the show after Season 6 Lorelai and Rory somehow stopped talking like before. The Season 7 missed their affection for each other and intellectual crackle, as per Hollywood Reporter. Fans were highly disappointed when the season did not have a Sherman-Palladino ending.  Now Nine years after the Season 7 "Gilmore Girls" is back and finally, fans have found a better season to end the series. 

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