While much of the discussion surrounding Netflix’s upcoming Gilmore Girls revival is centered on Rory and Lorelai’s love interests, according to Lauren Graham, the main focus of A Year in the Life will continue to be the relationship the two leading ladies have with themselves and each other.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, the 49-year-old actress spoke about the show’s feminism, noting that finding a man has never been either’s Gilmore’s driving ambition.
Alexis Bledel seemed to agree with her co-star, adding that her curiosity about Rory’s future revolved around her character’s career, not whether she ended up with Logan, Jess or Dean.
Read more at EW.com.
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