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MOVIES & SHOWS

A while ago I made a list of movies that I’ve seen or heard about and compiled them into a list, some of the links are broken because the websites have been taken down and if I could not find the movie online I put a trailer. Tip: When watching/searching for movies online, when another page/window pops up (no matter how many times), click out of it! Don’t click on anything on that page, just close it and nothing will happen further. This list is a work in progress and I will try to update it when I learn of new movies/shows that are of interest.

Shows —

•Orange is the New Black [X]

•The Get Down [X]

•Chewing Gum [X]

•Fargo [X]

•The Path [X]

•The Mindy Project [X]

•Harlots [X]

•Bob’s Burgers [X]

•Scandal [X]

•How to Get Away with Murder [X]

•Black-ish [X]

•Pretty Little Liars [X]

•Game of Thrones [X]

•Parks and Recreation [X] [X]

•National Treasure [X]

•Superstore [X]

•ANTM [X]

•Narcos [X]

•Project Runway

•Luke Cage [X]

•West World [X]

•Insecure [X]

•Breaking Bad [X] [X]

•Stranger Things [X]

•Drop Dead Diva [X]

•Making a Murderer [X]

•Better Call Saul [X]

•The Young Pope [X]

•Prison Break [X]

•Roots [X]

•Underground [X]

•Blind spot [X] [X]

•Being Mary Jane [X]

•New Girl [X]

•Homeland [X]

•Quantico [X]

•DareDevil [X]

•Walking Dead [X]

•13 Reasons Why [X]

•House of Cards [X]

•Jane the Virgin [X]

•Shameless [X]

•Brooklyn Nine Nine [X]

•Chance [X]

•Shut eye [X]

•The Wire [X]

•Ballers [X]

•The Flash [X]

•Scrubs [X]

•Grey’s Anatomy [X]

•Law & Order Special Victims Unit [X]

•Criminal Minds [X]

•The Office [X]

•Pablo Escobar [X]

•Marco Polo [X]

•The People V. O.J. Simpson [X]

•Lost [X]

•Daredevil [X]

•The Carmichael Show [X]

•Moesha [X]

Documentaries —

•Inside Job (dir. Charles Ferguson | 2010) [X]

•Travel Notes of a Geechee Girl (Julie Dash | 2016) [X]

•I am not your Negro (dir. Raoul Peck | 2017) [X]

•Vice Network has some awesome documentaries [X]

•13th (dir. Ava DuVernay | 2016) [X]

•Slavery by Another Name (dir. Samuel D. Pollard | 2012) [X]

•Freedom Riders (dir. Stanley Nelson Jr. | 2010) — Starring Benjamin Bratt [X] [X]

•The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (dir. Goran Hugo Olsson | 2011) [X]

•Eyes on the Prize (dir. Tim Burton | 2008) [X]

•Soundtrack for a Revolution (dir. Bill Guttentag, Dan Sturman | 2009) [X]

•Dark Girls (D. Channsin Berry/Bill Duke | 2011) [X] /Light Girls (dir. Bill Duke | 2015) [X]

•Five Broken Cameras (dir. Emad Burnat/Guy Davidi | 2011) [X]

•When we were Kings (dir. Leon Gast | 1996) — Starring Muhammad Ali & George Forman [X]

•Midwife (dir. Allison Kuznia | 2013) [X]

•Food Inc. (dir. Robert Kenner | 2008) [X]

•Food Choices (dir. Michal Siewierski | 2016) [X] [X]

•Fed Up (dir. Stephanie Soechtig | 2014) [X] [X]

The Healing Years (2010) [X]

•The Invisible War (dir. Kirby Dick | 2012) [X] [X]

•The Hunting Ground (dir. Kirby Dick | 2015) [X] [X]

•Dirty Wars (dir. Rick Rowley | 2013) [X]

•The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution (dir. Stanley Nelson | 2015) [X]

•Saudi Arabia Uncovered (Frontline | 2016) [X]

•Sicko (dir. Michael Moore | 2007) [X]

•The Square (dir. Jehane Noujaim | 2013) [X]

•Taboo (National Geographic) [X]

•Darfur Diaries (dir. Aisha Bain/Jen Marlowe | 2006) [X]

•Scottsboro: An American Tragedy (dir. Daniel Anker/Barak Goodman | 2000) [X]

•The Interrupters (dir. Steve James | 2011) [X]

•Shaykh Zakzaky (Pure Stream Media | 2016) [X]

•Trapped in Yemen (Al-Jazeera | 2015) [X]

•Fault Lines – Baltimore: Anatomy of an American (Al-Jazeera | 2012) [X]

•Inside Mecca (dir. Anisa Mehhi; National Geographic | 2003) [X] [X]

•Eyes of the Rainbow (dir. Gloria Rolando | 1997) — Assata Shakur [X]

•Africa’s Great Civilizations (PBS) [X]

•What Happened, Miss Simone? (dir. Liz Garbus | 2015) [X]

•Maya Angelou and Still I Rise (dir. Rita Coburn Whack | 2016) [X]

Movies —

•The Green Inferno (dir. Eli Roth | 2013) [X]

•To Kill a Mocking Bird (dir. Robert Mulligan | 1962) Based on novel “To Kill a Mocking Bird) [X]

•Gubagude Ko (dir. Philiane Phang | 2016) — Starring Mahershala Ali

•The Huntsman: Winters War (dir. Cedric Nicolas-Troyan | 2016) [X]

•The Legend of Tarzan (dir. David Yates | 2016) [X]

•A little Princess (Carol Wiseman | 1986) [X]

•Powder (dir. Victor Salva | 1995) [X]

•Simon Birch (dir. Mark Steven Johnson | 1998) [X]

•The Quest (dir. Jean-Claude Van Damme | 1996) [X]

•Blood in Blood Out (dir. Taylor Hackford | 1993) — Starring Benjamin Bratt [X]

•The Secret Life of Bees (dir. Gina Prince-Bythewood | 2008) [X]

•Sometimes in April (dir. Raoul Peck | 2005) — Starring Idris Elba [X]

•Unbreakable (dir. M. Night Shyamalan | 2000) — Starring Samel L. Jackson [X]

•Maze Runner (dir. Wes Ball | (1) 2014 (2) 2015) [X] [X]

•Salt (dir. Phillip Noyce | 2010) [X]

•Good Will Hunting (dir. Gus Van Sant | 1997) — Starring Matt Damon [X]

•Under Siege (dir. Andrew Davis | 1992) — Starring Steven Seagal [X]

•Walkout (dir. Edward James Olmos | 2006) [X]

•Panic Room (dir. David Fincher | 2002) [X]

•Witness Protection (dir. Richard Pearce | 1999) [X]

•X-Men movies [X]

•Yesterday (dir. Darrell James | 2004) [X]

•Taken 1, 2, 3 (dir. Pierre Morel | 2008) (dir. Olivier Megaton | 2012) (dir. Olivier Megaton | 2014) [X] [X] [X]

•Unknown (dir. Jaume Collet-Serra | 2011) — Starring Liam Neeson [X]

•Run All Night (dir. Jaume Collet-Serra | 2014) — Starring Liam Neeson [X]

•Queen of Katwe (dir. Mira Nair | 2016) — Starring Lupita Nyong’o [X]

•Sleepless (dir. Baran bo Odar | 2017) — Starring Jamie Foxx [X]

•Moonlight (dir. Barry Jenkins | 2016) [X]

•The Gift (dir. Joel Edgerton | 2015) [X]

•Sicario (dir. Denis Villeneuve | 2015) [X]

•Soldado (dir. Stefano Sollima | 2017) [X]

•Silver Linings Playbook (dir. David O. Russell | 2012) [X]

•Non-Stop (dir. Jaume Collet-Serra | 2014) [X]

•Jason Bourne 1, 2, 3 (dir. Paul Greengrass | 2007) (dir. Tony Gilroy | 2012) (dir. Paul Greengrass | 2016) [X] [X] [X]

•Take the Lead (dir. Liz Friedlander | 2006) [X]

•Save the Last Dance (dir. Thomas Carter | 2001) [X]

•Gone Girl (dir. David Fincher | 2014) [X]

•Blood Diamond (dir. Edward Zwick | 2006) — Starring Djimon Housou [X]

•Their Eyes were Watching God [X]

•Don’t Breathe (dir. Fede Alvarez | 2016) [X]

•Gothika (dir. Mathieu Kassovitz) — Starring Halle Berry [X]

•Carrie *The oldest one is the Best* (dir. Brian De Palma | 1976) [X]

•Deception (dir. Marcel Langenegger | 2008) — Starring Hugh Jackman [X]

•American Beauty (dir. Sam Mendes |1999) — Starring Kevin Spacey [X]

•Pay It Forward (dir. Mimi Leder | 2000) — Starring Kevin Spacey & Haley Joel Osment) [X]

•Blackhat (dir. Michael Mann | 2015) — Starring Chris Hemsworth [X]

•The Next Three Days (dir. Paul Haggis | 2010) — Starring Russell Crowe [X]

•La Mission (dir. Peter Bratt | 2009) — Starring Benjamin Bratt [X]

•Ghost (dir. Jerry Zucker | 1990) — Starring Whoopi Goldberg [X]

•Poetic Justice (dir. John Singleton | 1993) — Starring Janet Jackson & Tupac [X]

•Million Dollar Baby (dir. Clint Eastwood | 2004) [X]

•Perfect Stranger (dir. James Foley | 2007) — Starring Halle Berry [X]

•Dope (dir. Rick Famuyiwa | 2015) — Starring Shameik Moore [X]

•Carmen: A Hip Hopera (dir. Robert Townsend | 2001) — Starring Beyoncé [X]

•The Perfect Host (dir. Nick Tomnay | 2010) [X]

•The Manchuria Camdidate (dir. Jonathan Demme | 2004) — Starring Denzel Washington [X]

•Money Monster (dir. Jodie Foster | 2016) — Starring George Clooney [X]

•John Q (dir. James Kearns | 2002) — Starring Denzel Washington & Kimberly Elise [X]

•Set it Off (dir. F. Gary Gray | 1996) — Starring Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Vicica A. Fox [X]

•American Gangster (dir. Ridley Scott | 2007) — Starring Denzel Washington [X]

•Antwone Fisher (dir. Denzel Washington | 2002) — Starring Denzel Washington & Derek Luke [X]

•Harlem Nights (dir. Eddie Murphy | 1989) — Starring Eddie Murphy/Richard Pryor [X]

•A Raisin in the Sun (dir. Daniel Petrie | 1961) — Starring Sidney Poitier [X]

•Juice (dir. Ernest R. Dickerson |1992) — Starring Tupac/Omar Epps [X]

•Dead Presidents (dirs. Albert Hughes/Allen Hughes | 1995) [X]

•Mississippi Masala (dir. Mira Nair | 1991) — Starring Denzel Washington [X]

•Fist of Legend (dir. Gordon Chan | 1994) — Starring Jet Li [X]

•Beyond the Lights (dir. Gina Prince-Bythewood | 2014) [X]

•Creed (dir. Ryan Coogler | 2015) [X]

•Kite Runner (dir. David Benioff | 2007) [X]

•The Color Purple (dir. Steven Spielberg | 1985) — Starring Whoopi Goldberg, Oprah Winfrey and Danny Glover [X]

•The Last Dragon (dir. Michael Schultz | 1985) [X]

•The God Father 1, 2, 3 (dir. Francis Ford Coppola |1972 | 1974 | 1990) [X]

•Romeo Must Die (dir. Andrzej Bartkowiak | 2000) — Starring Aaliyah & Jet Li [X]

• Breaking the Bough (dir. Jon Cassar | 2006)— Starring Morris Chestnut, Ragina Hall & Jaz Sinclair [X]

•The Silence of the Lambs (dir. Jonathan Demme | 1991) — Starring Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins [X]

•No Country for Old Men (dir. Ethan Coen & Joel Coen | 2007) — Starring Javier Bardem [X]

•Reservoir dogs (dir. Quentin Tarantino | 1992) — Starring Quentin Tarantino [X]

•Good Fellas (dir. Martin Scorsese | 1990) — Starring Robert De Niro [X] [X]

•Taxi Driver (dir. Martin Scorsese | 1976) — Starring Robert De Niro) [X]

•No Good Deed (dir. Sam Miller | 2014) — Starring Idris Elba & Taraji P. Henson) [X]

•Crooklyn (dir. Spike Lee | 1994) — Starring Spike Lee, Zelda Harris & Alfre Woodard) [X]

•Chained (dir. Jennifer Lynch | 2013) — Starring Vincent D’Onofrio [X]

•Life of Pi (dir. Ang Lee | 2012) — Starring Suraj Sharma & Irrfan Khan) [X]

•Brown Sugar (dir. Rick Famuyiwa | 2002) — Starring Sanaa Lathan, Mos Def & Tay Gidds) [X] [X]

The Reader (dir. Stephen Daldry | 2008) — Starring Kate Winslet, David Kross & Ralph Fiennes [X]

•Annie (dir. Will Gluck | 2014) — Starring Quvenzhané Wallis, Jamie Fox & Cameron Diaz [X]

•Desert Dancer (dir. Richard Raymond | 2014 John Madden | 2014) — Starring Freida Pinto & Reece Ritchie) [X] [X]

•Sister Act (1 & 2) (dir. Emile Ardolino | 1992 Bill Duke | 1993) — Starring Whoopi Goldberg [X] [X]

•The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (1 & 2) (dir. John Madden | 2012 & 2015 — Starring Dev Patel [X] [X]

•The Notebook (dir. Nick Cassavetes | 2014) — Starring Ryan Gosling [X]

•The Other Sister (dir. Garry Marshall | 1999) — Starring Juliette Lewis & Giovanni Ribisi [X]

•Dream Girls (dir. Bill Condon | 2006) — Starring Beyoncé Knowles, Jamie Foxx and Eddie Murphy [X]

•The Golden Child (dir. Michael Ritchie | 1986) — Starring Eddie Murphy [X]

•Scarface (dir. Brian De Palma | 1983) — Starring Al Pacino & Michelle Pfeiffer) [X]

•Rush Hour (1, 2, 3) (dir. Brett Ratner | 1998; 2001; 2007) — Starring Jackie Chan & Chris Tucker) [X] [X] [X]

•The Best Man 1 & 2 (dir. Malcolm D. Lee | 1999/2013) [X] [X]

•Coming to America (dir. John Landis | 1988) [X]

•Love & Basketball (dir. Gina Prince-Bythewood | 2000) [X]

•For Colored Girls (dir. Tyler Perry | 2010) [X]

•The Shawshank Redemption (dir. Frank Darabont | 1994) — Starring Morgan Freeman [X]

•Beasts of no Nation (dir. Cary Joji Fukunaga | 2015) [X]

•City of God (dir. Fernando Meirelles/Katia Lund | 2002) [X]

•The Last Dragon (dir. Michael Schultz | 1985) — Starring Taimak & Vanity [X]

•Beat Street (dir. Stan Lathan | 1984) [X]

Based on a True Story —

•Desert Flower (dir. Sherry Hormann | 2009) — Starring Liya Kebede [X]

•Kill the Messenger (dir. Michael Cuesta | 2014) [X]

•Lion (dir. Garth Davis | 2016) [X]

•Hidden Figures (dir. Theodore Melfi | 2016) [X]

•Hotel Rwanda (dir. Terry George | 2004) — Starring Don Cheadle [X]

•Ray (dir. Taylor Hackford | 2004) — Starring Jamie Foxx [X]

•Get Rich or Die Trying (dir. Jim Sheridan | 2005) [X]

•Concussion (dir. Peter Landesman | 2015) — Starring Will Smith [X]

•Freedom Writers (dir. Richard LaGravenese | 2007) — Starring Hilary S. [X]

•Piñero (dir. Leon Ichaso | 2001) — Starring Benjamin Bratt [X]

•Belle (dir. Amma Asante | 2013) — Starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw [X]

•Race (dir. Stephen Hopkins | 2016) [X]

•The Great Debaters (dir. Denzel Washington | 2007) [X]

•The Danish Girl (dir. Tom Hooper | 2015) [X]

•Skins (dir. Anthony Fabian | 2008) — Starring Sophie Okonedo [X]

•Rabbit Proof Fence (dir. Phillip Noyce | 2002) [X]

•Selma (dir. Ava DuVernay | 2014) [X]

•Half a Yellow Sun (dir. Biyi Bandele | 2013) — Starring Thandie Newton [X]

•Fruitvale Station (dir. Ryan Coogler | 2013) — Starring Michael B. Jordan [X]

•American Hustle (dir. David O. Russell | 2013) [X]

•American Gangster (dir. Ridley Scott | 2007) — Starring Denzel Washington [X]

•A Beautiful Mind (dir. Ron Howard | 2001) [X]

•Black Hawk Down (dir. Ridley Scott | 2001) [X]

•Straight out of Compton (dir. F. Gary Gray | 2015) [X]

•Unbroken (dir. Angelina Jolie) | 2014) [X]

•Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (dir. Justin Chadwick | 2013) [X]

•Invictus (dir. Clint Eastwood | 2009) [X]

•Sarafina (dir. Darrell Roodt | 1992 [X]

•The Soloist (dir. Joe Wright | 2009) [X]

•Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (dir. Rob Cohen | 1993) [X]

•Ruby Bridges (dir. Euzhan Palcy | 1998) [X]

•Malcolm X (dir. Spike Lee | 1992) — Starring Denzel Washington [X]

•What’s Love Got to Do with It (dir. Brian Gibson | 1993) — Starring Angela Bassett & Laurence Fishburne [X] [X]

•A United Kingdom (dir. Amma Sante | 2016) [X]

•Frida (dir. Julie Taymor | 2002) — Starring Salma Hayek [X]

•The Insider (dir. Michael Mann | 1999) — Starring Al Pacino [X]

•Radio (dir. Michael Tollin | 2003) — Starring Cuba Gooding Jr. [X]

•Serpico (dir. Sidney Lumet | 1973) — Starring Al Pacino [X]

•Cadillac Records (dir. Darnell Martin | 2008) — Starring Beyonce & Adrien Brody [X]

•Ali (dir. Michael Mann | 2001) — Starring Will Smith [X]

•A Woman Called Moses (dir. Paul Wendkos | 1978) [X]

•The Vow (dir. Michael Sucsy | 2012) — Starring Channing Tatum [X]

•The Experiment (dir. Paul Scheuring | 2010) — Starring Adrien Brody & Forest Whitaker [X]

Foreign/Independent/Indie Films —

•Difret (dir. Zeresenay Mehari | 2014) [X]

•I am Slave (dir. Gabriel Range | 2010) [X] [X]

•Sand Storm (dir. Elite Zexer | 2016) [X]

•Mal de Ojo (dir. Solange Morales | 2015) [X]

•The Little Girl Who Sold the Sun (dir. Djibril Diop Mambéty | 1999) [X]

•Njinga Rainha de Angola *Nzinga, Queen of Angola* (dir. Sergio Graciano | 2013) [X]

•Under the Moonlight (dir. Reza Mir-Karimi | 2001) [X]

•Emitaï (dir. Ousmane Sembène | 1971) [X]

•Frontline Sex Slaves (dir. Esther Bienstock) [X]

•Xala (dir. Ousmane Sembène | 1975) [X]

•Ocean of Pearls (dir. Sarab Neelam | 2008) [X]

•Ceddo (dir. Ousmane Sembene | 1977) [X]

•The Falling (dir. Carol Morley | 2014) — Starring Maisie Williams [X]

•Unleashed (dir. Louis Leterrier | 2005) — Starring Jet Li [X]

•Angel-A (dir. Luc Besson | 2005) [X]

•The Forbidden Kingdom (dir. Rob Minkoff | 2008) [X]

•Memoirs of a Geisha (dir. Rob Marshall | 2005) [X]

•IP Man (dir. Wilson Yip | 2008) [X]

•La folie Almayer (dir. Chantal Akerman | 2011) [X]

•La Peccatrice (dir. Pier Ludovico Pavoni | 1975) [X]

•Wadjda (dir. Haifaa Al-Mansour | 2012) [X]

•Anwar (dir. Manish Jha 2007) [X]

•Black Orpheus (dir. Marcel Camus | 1959) [X]

•Abouna (dir. Mahamat-Saleh Haroun | 2002) [X]

•Africa, I Will Fleece You (dir. Jean-Marie Téno | 1992) [X]

Bollywood —

Slumdog Millionaire (2008), Huch Huch Hota Hai (1998), Devdas (2002), Ghajini (2008), Lagaan (2001), Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003), Mohabbatein (2000), Veer-Zaara (2004), Asoka (2001), Billu (2009), Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani (2000), Kahaani (2012/2016), Jodhaa Akbar (2008), Kahbi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001), Guzaarish (2010), Om Shanti Om (2007), Yes Boss (1997), Raavan (2010), Umrao Jaan (2006), Guru (2007), Dhoom 1, 2, 3 (2004/2006/2016) (I’d be forever if I listed all the Bollywood movies I’ve seen in my life, just search SRK, Kajol Devgan, Aishwarya Rai, Kareena Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan, Deepika, Salman Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Amitabh Bachchan, Rani, Aamir Khan, Akshay Kumar, Saif Ali Khan, Ranveer Singh, Ranbir Kapoor, Katrina Kaif)

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Everything We Know For Sure About Gilmore Girls: Seasons: Updated Masterpost

THIS POST HAS BEEN SPLIT IN TWO. FIND THE UPDATED VERSIONS CAN BE FOUND IN MY ‘GG MASTERPOST’ TAG.

**Version 3.11 of this masterpost…if you bookmarked the pervious one, please update your link to this one, as it is the one I will update from now on.

All confirmed information is linked to the source.

Returning Cast - Confirmed

  • Lauren Graham/Lorelai (x, x)
  • Alexis Bledel/Rory (x)
  • Kelly Bishop/Emily (x)
  • Scott Patterson/Luke (x, x)
  • Keiko Agena/Lane (x, x)
  • Matt Czuchry/Logan (x)
  • Yanic Truesdale/Michel (x)
  • Sean Gunn/Kirk (x, x)
  • Liza Weil/Paris (x)
  • Tanc Sade/Finn (x, x)
  • Aris Alvarado/Caesar (x)
  • Rose Abdoo/Gypsy (x)
  • Mike Gandolfi/Andrew (x)
  • John Caberra/Brian (x)
  • Sam Phillips/Not really “cast” but whatever (x)
  • David Sutcliffe/Christopher (x, x, x, x)
  • Milo Ventimiglia/Jess (x)
  • Grant-Lee Phillips/Troubadour (x)
  • Liz Torres/Miss Patty (x, x)
  • Sally Struthers/Babette (x, x)
  • Danny Strong/Doyle (x)
  • Michael Winters/Taylor (x)
  • Jared Padelecki/Dean - (x, x)
  • Vanessa Marano/April (x)
  • Emily Kuroda/Mrs. Kim (x)
  • Todd Lowe/Zach (x)
  • Alan Loayza/Colin (x)
  • Paul Anka (x)
  • Ted Rooney/Morey (x)
  • Nick Holmes/Robert (x)
  • Jackson Douglas/Jackson (x)
  • Gregg Henry/Mitchum Huntzberger (x, x)
  • Biff Yeager/Tom (x)
  • Dakin Matthews/Headmaster Charleston (x)
  • Carole King/Sophie (x, x)
  • Sebastian Bach/Gil (x, x, x)
  • Chris Eigeman/Jason (x)
  • Melissa McCarthy/Sookie (x)
  • Rini Bell/Lulu (x)
  • Jim Jansen/Reverend Skinner (x)
  • Alex Borstein/Drella or Miss Celine (x)
  • Brian Tarantina/Bootsy (x)
  • Emily Bergl/Francie (x)

Cast - Not Returning

  • Kathleen Wilhoite/Liz (x, x starts around 27:20)
  • Wanye Wilcox/Marty (x)
  • Devon Sorvari/Honor Huntzberger (x)
  • Nicolette Collier/Gigi (x, x)
  • Scott Cohen/Max Medina (x)
  • Shelly Cole/Madeline (x)

These are the cast members that I know of that have said they are not returning, but if there are others not listed in the “returning” section, it’s a safe bet we won’t see them.

New Cast

  • Sutton Foster will have a small role (x, x)
  • Mark Provencher has been cast as “Phil” (x)
  • Armand Vasquez is a Dragonfly employee named Eric, appearing in “Spring”. (x, x)
  • Olivia Jellen has been cast has what looks like “Phil’s Kid #2”, but might be “Paul’s Kid #2″ (x, x)
  • Jackie Hoffman (x, x, x, x, x)
  • Claudia de Vasco has been cast as “Clementina” (x, x)
  • Jason Dugre (x)
  • Ryan March as “Young Guest” (presumably at the Dragonfly) appearing in “Spring” (x, x)
  • Hunter Wenzel (x, x, x)
  • Mitchell Gregorio for multiple episodes (x, x, x, x)
  • Lisa Marie as Olivia Jellen’s character’s mom (x)
  • Antwon Kieth (x)
  • Brandon Ruiter as Damon (x)
  • Dominic Burgess as Chuck in “Spring” (x)
  • Anton Narinskiy as “Tristan” (not sure if there is a recasting) (x)
  • Joe Hernandez-Kolski (x, x)
  • Mara Casey (the old GG casting director) has a small role as “Ellen” in “Summer”(x, x)
  • Bailey De Young–likely as ‘Heidi’ (x)
  • Eric Henry as 'Nat Compton’ in “Summer” (x, x)
  • Sam Pancake as 'Donald’ in “Summer” (x)
  • Sasha Pasternak as 'Molly’ in “Fall” (x, x)
  • Mae Whitman will cameo (x)
  • Stacey Oristano will guest star as 'Allie’ in “Fall” (x, x)
  • Tory N. Thompson will be in “Summer” as 'Lance’ (x, x)
  • Christian Borle will be in 'Stars Hollow: The Musical’ (x)
  • Kerry Butler will be in 'Stars Hollow: The Musical’ (x)
  • Tom Connolly as “Francis” (x)
  • Michelle La as one of the Korean singers in “Spring” (x)
  • Joey Romaine as 'Young Man’ in “Spring” (x)
  • Bobby Ysip as a townsperson in “Winter” (x)
  • Carrie Madsen as “Sandra” in “Summer” and “Fall” (x, x)
  • Ezra Dewey as Stevie (x, x)
  • Frank Gallegos as 'Alejandro’ Note: IMDb lists him for all 4 eps, but the casting notice says he’s in “Winter” and “Fall” (x)
  • Bonita Friedericy as 'Nun #1’ in “Fall” (x)
  • Shaniece Cole as 'Comic Book Store Owner’ in “Fall” (x)
  • Lucas Jaye as Kwan (x)
  • Ashley Bush (x)

Format and Technical Details

  • 4 90-minute episodes (x)
  • Each episode will be a different season of the year (x)
  • The first one is “Winter” (x)
  • ASP would like at least 1-day gaps in the release, but Netlix has the power there (x)
  • Season 7 still exists (x)
  • The elements ASP really wanted to play out were not negated or destroyed by Season 7 (x)
  • Filming wraps May 10th (x)
  • Jeanine Tesori (composer of 'Fun Home’) wrote the score for 'Stars Hollow: The Musical’ (x)
  • The theme song will be back (x)
  • Amy wrote “Winter” and “Fall”, Dan wrote “Spring” and “Summer” (x)*
  • The storylines don’t contradict anything televised (x)
  • The final episode isn’t “totally final” (x)
  • The revival will be released in 2016 everywhere Netflix is available (x)

Casting Notices (x, x, x)

  • Berta, female, early 30s Peruvian, tiny and cheery, supporting role, appears in parts 1 and 4
  • Alejandro, male early 30s, Peruvian, Berta’s husband, handyman, supporting role, appears in parts 1 and 4
  • Nat Compton, male, most miserable 38-year-old you’ve ever seen, clothes are thrown on, hair’s a mess, pale, never smiles, appears in part 3
  • Dewey, male, 13, very prober and eager to be a helper, any ethnicity, appears in part 3
  • Clementina, female, 40s, Portuguese nanny, appears in part 2, played by Claudia de Vasco (see “New Cast”
  • Tim, 7 year old caucasian boy, day player, appears in part 2
  • Gabriela, 5 year old girl, caucasian, sister to Time, appears in part 2
  • Stevie and Kwan, 9 year old twins, do not have to be identical, Korean/American, very well-mannered, day players, will appear in parts 1 and 4
  • Hippies, 20s-60s, hippie-ish looking people living on a commune, day players, appear in part 4
  • Paul, 30s, pleasant and appealing enough. Prototype: Michael Cera, Jesse Eisenberg, a little older. Strong supporting role, appears in Part 1
  • Jim, high-end male magazine editor, mid 40s/50s, has energy, fast-paced, ambitious with integrity, somewhat quirky, boyish. Strong supporting role, appears in part 2
  • Dawyne, 40 year old blue collar guy, supporting role, appears in part 3
  • Damon, early to mid 20s, together, eager, good looking, stylish. Supporting role, will appear in part 4, played by Brandon Ruiter (x)
  • Sam Duncan, 60s-70s, a hapless old diner owner. Day player. Will appear in part 2.
  • Korean singers, Male and female, 20s, fresh face vocalists in a choir. Need singing experience. No lines but will be singing. Day players, will be appearing in part 2.
  • Phan, male, 40s. Running the Vietnamese food booth at the Stars Hollow Spring International Food Festival. Day player, will appear in part 2.

General Knowledge/Spoilers – This section is where things get a little more plot spoiler-y

Plot and Themes

  • Richard has been gone for 4 months when we start up again (x)
  • The final four words are in there, and they are an exchange (x)
  • A main character gets a new love interest (x)
  • There’s a wedding (x, x)
  • There will be 2 town meetings (x)
  • One of the 3 boyfriends 'has an edge’ (x)
  • Stars Hollow will have “Stars Hollow The Musical” (x)
  • The death of Richard “looms large” thematically (x)
  • The series began at a time of big life change for Emily, Lorelai and Rory and the revival starts the same way (x)*
  • Dealing with the death of Richard impacts all of them (x)
  • The final four words were left off the script, no one knows but “the girls” (x)
  • Amy, re: the 3 boyfriends “those are the things you do do for the fans”, it was tricky because Rory is in a different part of her life and “she’s moved on” (x)
  • Lorelai and Rory’s relationship is strong when we meet them again (x)

Rory

  • Rory will be single, but dating (x)
  • A storyline with one of Rory’s exes had to be tweaked/cut/reworked because of budget (x)
  • Rory, Finn, Robert, Colin and Logan all appear together at some point (x)
  • Rory is struggling with being a journalist (x)
  • Rory has had an article published in The New Yorker (x)
  • Rory is having trouble with her journalism career, living a vegabond life and not seeing much of Lorelai (x)
  • We pick up with Rory at a time where journalism has changed, she’s been working very hard (x)
  • “A lot of what Rory is going through in her life is going to impact her relationship with her mother” (x)

Luke and Lorelai

  • Michel and Lorelai still work at the Dragonfly (x)
  • Luke’s is up and running (x)
  • Sets have been redone, including Lorelai’s house (x)
  • Bert the toolbox makes a return! (x)
  • They’re rebuilding Luke’s apartment (x)
  • Luke’s blue hat is back! (x)
  • Luke has some new rules for the diner (see comments) (x)
  • The Taylor/Luke rivalry is still going strong–but just in “Winter” (x)
  • Luke and Lorelai are not married (x)
  • EW refers to Luke as Lorelai’s fiance, they are not married when “Winter” begins (x)
  • Scott says he’s working with Lauren a lot (x)
  • Amy says she needed to discuss “a costume thing” with Lauren in the final script (x)

Emily

  • They’re building Emily and Richard’s house (x)
  • Emily is a little ‘manic’ after the loss of Richard (x)
  • Richard is “honored so much” in the whole series (x)
  • “Amy has done something I was actually hoping for…[Emily] does taking a journey, she takes a journey of recovery” (x)
  • Emily has a nice evolutions that’s “logical and bizarre” (x)
  • Emily’s maid situation is “wacky”, “I was firing all these people and not I have a whole other situation” (x)

Jess

  • Jess is in “I would say more than two, less than four” episodes (x) Update: Milo on Periscope “I’ll be back for 2 out of the 4 90-minute mini-movies” and then when asked if he was in 2 or 3 episodes he gave his previous “More than 2, less than 4” answer (x–I have this video saved if needed)
  • Jess is there to “push the ball forward for some folks in Stars Hollow” (x)
  • Jess is in “Summer” and “Fall” for sure (x, his summer appearance confirmed by being in the same episode as Sutton Foster x, x)
  • Jess appears to still has his car/have a similar car (x more explanation on the likelihood of this here) Note: From the look’s of that, Jess is in “Winter”
  • Milo was filming with Scott Patterson and Sean Gunn (x, x)
  • Jess is there “to cause some trouble” (note: from this article it sounds like he may be done filming as of 4/22) (x)

Logan (and the Life and Death Brigade)

  • The Life and Death Brigade will make an appearance (x)
  • The Life and Death Brigade appears in “Fall”–actors for Colin, Finn and Robert were all present for the table read (x, x, x)
  • Nick Holmes (Robert): “I’m excited, very excited for the upcoming episode for the Life and Death Brigade because of the kind of indulgence that can be shown that could not be shown before. It’s very exciting and very sexy and very fun” (On Periscope–I took the video off YouTube at Nick’s request)
  • Jackie Hoffman is filming the same night as the LDB (x and Nick Holmes periscope which confirms him and Matt Czuchry the same night x)
  • At least one Life and Death Brigade scene involves a night shoot (x and Nick Holmes on Periscope)
  • Logan is in at least “Summer” and “Fall” (x, x)
  • Logan and Mitchum are present for whatever event takes place at the Ebell Club (x)
  • Logan and Mitchum are in an episode directed by Daniel Palladino–he’s directing “Spring” and “Summer” (x)
  • Matt Czuchry has read all 4 scripts, make of that what you will (x)

Dean

  • Jared Padelecki filmed for one day (x)
  • “[Jared] was asked about his recent shooting for Gilmore Girls, and I don’t remember the town he specified because I never watched the show, but from what I gathered from his comments about the new footage, Dean isn’t living in the same place anymore and he ends up running into an old friend.” (x)
  • Dean is in one scene, and it’s in “Fall” (x)

Townies, Minor Characters, and Newbies

  • Doose’s is up and running (x)
  • Paris is in 2 parts (x)
  • Paris and Doyle will appear in the same episode(s) (x)
  • Paris will be at Chilton (as will Rory) (x, x, x, x, x, x)
  • April is considering grad school. (x)
  • There will be a character named “Claudia” (played by someone named Kerry) and another named “Heidi” (played by someone named Bailey–likely Bailey de Young) (x)
  • Taylor is in 3 episodes, “Winter”, “Spring” and “Summer” (x)
  • Michael Winters: “I have a big bunch (of scenes) in 'Summer’ where they do the ______ which I ______” (x)
  • Michael Winters: “I’m exactly where I was when I started” (as in Taylor hasn’t changed much) (x)
  • There is a string quartet at some point–in Stars Hollow, it would seem (x)
  • We’ll see Paris’ office (x)
  • Mae Whitman’s character has fun but small moment with Lorelai (x)
  • Lane will appear in “Fall” (x)
  • Christopher will appear in “Fall” (x)
  • We’ll learn a bit about Michel’s personal life (x)
  • Sutton Foster’s role is in “Summer”–which confirms Jess and Logan are both in “Summer” (x)
  • Sutton Foster plays a struggling actress who plays the lead in 'Stars Hollow: The Musical’, she filmed for 2 days inside Miss Patty’s (x)
  • Sutton Foster’s character interacts with Babette, Miss Patty, Sophie, Taylor and Lorelai (x)
  • April is “in college now living a college life” and much of her life gets discussed at a dinner table with Gilmore family members" (x)
  • The Troubadour has lines (x)
  • The Troubadour is in one episode (x)
  • April appears in “Summer” (x)
  • Francie is doing something Chilton related (x)

Filming and Sets

  • There will be an old folk’s home (x)
  • The chuppah is out at Lorelai’s house, Luke’s truck is there as well (x, x)
  • On location filming 2/17, possibly at the Pacific Design Center (x, x)
  • There will be some sort of “playhouse” set (x)
  • There was a piglet on set. (x)
  • Don’t expect to see the lake/bridge (x)
  • There is an additional diner (on a separate backlot) (x)
  • Filming on location (for 3 days) at the Ebell Club–where Rory’s dance, the debutante ball and the vow renewal were all filmed (x)
  • David Sutcliffe is done filming as of 4/7 (x)
  • At least Lauren, Scott, Alexis, Kelly, Matt, Gregg, and Liza were at the Ebell Club filming, possibly also Milo–but on different days (x, x, x, x)
  • Carrie Madsen’s presence at the Ebell filming suggests it’s for “Summer” or “Fall” (x)
  • Filming 4/26 at Mountain View Cemetery (x)

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