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Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino says the former “Gilmore Girls” star has been pitching ideas.
The beloved Gilmore Girls will finally return to television on Nov. 25 - and it might not be for the last time.
Ace in the hole. Get it?
Attention Stars Hollow: "Gilmore Girls" creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has announced that she is working on a musical and
Sherman-Palladino is an especially individual voice, to say the least. "I don't like rules," she quipped. "It was a time
"Oy with the poodles." - Reddit user buttonnose1 "By not having control of [the final season], it shifts the focus of what
"Bunheads" fans: This is what closure looks like. After ABC Family canceled "Bunheads" after just one season last month, fans
It's official: "Bunheads" is no more. ABC Family finally dropped the axe on the fan-favorite bubble show from "Gilmore Girls
With freshman series "The Fosters" showing continued ratings growth with each new episode (and ranking as Monday's top scripted
ABC Family's Bunheads premiered last week to mostly warm reviews, but not everyone was a fan of the show, a brainchild of
"Bunheads" creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has responded to a tweet from "Grey's Anatomy" boss Shonda Rhimes that criticized
@sassylassee @abcfbunheads I def don't feel bad when my kid watches white performers.Not at all what I'm saying. — shonda
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Tuesday sees the debut of Encore's gripping new miniseries, "Thorne," which HuffPost TV previewed last week, and Wednesday
The show isn't quite "Gilmore Girls" plus dancing, but it's pretty close, and that is not a bad thing at all. "Bunheads" comes from "Gilmore Girls" creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, and you'll find a lot of familiar elements here.