Look like the residents of Star Hollows are ready to visit it’s audience again. After Gilmore Girls: A Year In Life premiered on Netflix to mixed reviews, it’s ardent fans have been demanding for a sequel to the first season.
But so far no official announcement had been mad. But look like things are looking up for the fans of this mother-duo emotional drama.
Is Gilmore Girls: A Year In Life ready to come for round two?
- Gilmore Girls: The Reboot We Didn’t Think We Needed
- Netflix Takes It’s Reputation Seriously
- Gilmore Girls: A Year In Life Two
Gilmore Girls: The Reboot We Didn’t Think We Needed
Gilmore Girls remains to be the one reboot we didn’t know we needed or wanted until it was announced that Netflix will be rebooting the 2000 series. The series dropped in 2016 and creator and show-runner Amy Sherman-Palladino returned to write the series.
In the early 2000s, Gilmore Girls premiered to huge critical acclaim concentrating on the relationship between a single mother and her daughter as they go through the qualms of life. Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory (Alexis Bledel) the power mother-daughter duo have enough sarcasm, wit and emotional intelligence in them to keep the audience hooked to them for seven successful seasons.
There were strong female relationships of all kinds in Gilmore Girls for women all over the world to feel empowered from. Whether it was Rory and Kim her best friend working hard to achieve their dreams or Rory and her mother being each other’s infinite support, at the end of the day that was what kept the audience hooked.
So, why has four years not been long enough for Netflix to announce a reboot for Season 2 of Gilmore Girls?
Netflix Takes It’s Reputation Seriously
Netflix vehemently opposes anything that stands in the way of progress in all sectors of the society. Proper representation matters to Netflix the most. Whether it’s for brand quality or a way to pave for actual change, that’s a discussion for another time.
Gilmore Girls: A Year In Life premiered on Netflix to negative feedback with people condemning it for using fat jokes and being racially insensitive. Lack of diversity made the matters even worse.
But if the rumours are to be believed Amy Sherman-Palladino has learnt her lesson. The show-runner who has also created the hit Prime Series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is set to produce the second season of Gilmore Girls: A Year in Life for Netflix.
And so, after a four year gap and a lot of reflection, Gilmore Girls: A Year in Life is set to make a comeback on Netflix with Season 2.
Gilmore Girls: A Year In Life Two
Although, the series are rumoured to be ready to go into production, the on-going Corona Pandemic might be the reason for it’s delayed release.
The second season of Gilmore Girls: A Year in Life will most likely focus on the numerous number of questions season one left the audience with.
Season one saw Rory announce she was expecting a baby without discovering who the father of the baby was. There is also the question whether Rory decides to publish the all-tell book she wrote about the relationship she shares with her mother.
If these questions have been burning inside your mind since 2016, you are not alone. Gilmore Girls: A Year in Life will return and four years won’t feel like a very long time once we know the mystery of Rory’s baby’s father.
Here’s hoping the upcoming months only get better for the world and we see Gilmore Girls: A Year in Life coming to fruition soon.
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