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Matt Czuchry Reveals He Knows the Answer to a Huge 'Gilmore Girls' Cliffhanger!

Matt Czuchry, who played Logan Huntzberger on Gilmore Girls, is opening up about one of the big cliffhangers at the end of the 2016 revival series Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.

At the end of the series, we learned that Alexis Bledel‘s character Rory Gilmore was pregnant, but she didn’t reveal the identity of the father.

Matt‘s character is one of the contenders in the mystery and Milo Ventimiglia has denied that his character Jess is the father.

Click inside to find out what Matt Czuchry just said… More Here! »

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Lauren Graham & Scott Patterson Had To Do This To Keep Up With 'Gilmore Girls' Speedy Dialogue

Gilmore Girls is pretty famous for its really fast and speedy dialogue in the show, and in a new interview with the NY Times, the cast touches on just how speedy it really was.

“This was a show where if you changed one word, they would cut,” Yanic Truesdale, who played Michel, revealed in the feature.

Keiko Agena, who played Lane, echoed him, revealing that the feedback she always got “was, ‘That was great. Could we do it again, just a little bit faster?’”

Apparently, George Bell, the show’s dialogue coach, would ask guest performers to “Gilmore-ize” their performances, aka, “Speed it up. You’ve just got to speed it up.”

READ: ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’ Will Air on The CW in November

Scott Patterson, who played Luke in the long running series and Netflix limited movie, even revealed that the speedy scripts prompted him and lead Lauren Graham to give up smoking.

“She needed her wind, and I needed my wind,” he explained, before revealing that rewrites on the already super long script (they were typically 20 pages longer than the norm), were turned around fast too.

He recalled one particular shooting day began with “a 10-page scene that came out of the writers room at 6:30 a.m.”

“Lauren and I were sitting in the makeup chair,” he shared. “We looked at each other with this abject terror, and then we got to work.”

READ: Lauren Graham’s Next Role Revealed!

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life is currently airing on The CW all week long. Check your local listings for times and channels!

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'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life' Will Air on The CW in November

Gilmore Girls is coming back to The CW.

The network has announced that the iconic series’ miniseries even A Year in the Life, which first debuted on Netflix, will stream on television network in November.

It will debut on Monday, November 23 and run throughout the week of Thanksgiving. The CW will also air the four-part event for free on its ad-supported app and online for 30 days.

The news comes as fans are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the original series, which debuted in 2000 and came to a conclusion in 2007.

Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life centered back on the mother and daughter duo of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore, played by Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel.

Scott Patterson, Sean Gunn, Kelly Bishop, Keiko Agena, Jared Padalecki, Milo Ventimiglia, Matt Czuchry, Melissa McCarthy, Yanic Truesdale, Todd Lowe, and Liza Weil all returned in their roles.

Fans are still debating who the perfect boyfriend was for Rory – vote for your fave now!

'Gilmore Girls' Premiered 20 Years Ago Today - Are You Team Jess, Dean, or Logan (Vote!)

Can you believe 20 years ago today, the very first episode of Gilmore Girls aired on television!?

It seems like just yesterday that Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory (Alexis Bledel) were sitting in Luke’s Diner demanding coffee.

We’re looking back on the series and want to know the answer to one of the biggest fan questions throughout the entirety of the show. What team are you on!? Team Jess (Milo Ventimiglia), team Dean (Jared Padalecki) or team Logan (Matt Czuchry)?

This poll has unlimited voting and will close on Thursday (October 8) at noon ET.

Vote in the poll below and let us know the FINAL answer…who is the best Rory Gilmore boyfriend? PS – if you’re missing Gilmore Girls, check out Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life on Netflix!

Adam Brody Reunites With 'Gilmore Girls' Co-Star Keiko Agena To Talk Voting

It was a Gilmore Girls reunion for Adam Brody and Keiko Agena this week.

The former co-stars and on-screen couple reunited on Instagram Live to discuss the ways in which they’re getting involved ahead of the November presidential election.

Adam and Keiko teamed up with Vote Forward, in which volunteers send handwritten letters to unregistered and low-propensity voters encouraging them to participate in our democracy.

“You know, lately it’s been this constant dichotomy of enjoying my life and also freaking out and pulling my hair over the state affairs of the world and our country right now, and kind of trying to do both,” Adam shared as he caught up with Keiko.

“I feel the same,” she added. “I feel like there’s so much that I have to be really, truly grateful for, and then I flip with stress and worry and concern and care and passion for where we are.”

While Keiko admitted she had written over 900 letters, Adam admitted he was brand new to the letter writing game. He also spoke about his involvement with Swing Left in the 2016 election.

“For that one I knocked on some doors in Orange County — everything I do has to be TV-related,” he said with a laugh. “To my knowledge, only one person recognized me [from The O.C.].”

Adam called back to the way his character Dave knocked on Lane’s door in the iconic WB show.

Watch their full Instagram Live below!

If you missed it, Adam was spotted out with his wife Leighton Meester for a surfing date earlier this week. See the pics!

Amy Sherman-Palladino Tuned Into Emmy Awards 2020 From an Iconic Place!

Amy Sherman-Palladino is taking us back to Stars Hollow!

The 54-year-old Gilmore Girls creator and husband Daniel Palladino tuned in for the virtual 2020 Emmy Awards ceremony on Sunday night (September 20) – and fans were quick to notice that the outside sign from the Dragonfly Inn was hanging in the background of the shot.

As Gilmore Girls fans can remember, the Dragonfly Inn was the name of the inn ran and and owned by Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham).

Amy was only nominated for one category tonight – Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series for her show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. In total, the show was nominated six awards, however, Schitt’s Creek swept all seven awards in the Comedy categories.

Gilmore Girls ran for seven seasons, from 2000 to 2007.

Melissa McCarthy & Kelly Clarkson Battle It Out In 'Gilmore Girls' Trivia

Melissa McCarthy is testing out her Gilmore Girls knowledge on The Kelly Clarkson Show – and she’s actually not too bad!

The 49-year-old actress starred as Sookie St. James on Gilmore Girls from 2000-2007, and in a trivia battle with Kelly Clarkson remembered more than we probably could about the WB series.

She was quizzed on the Gilmore’s Friday night dinners, Luke’s Diner and even how Rory broke her arm.

Melissa also revealed a behind the scenes story about Jackson’s proposal to Sookie.

“Fun fact: That was supposed to be at noon, and we shot at like one o’clock in the morning. So we were juts under like crazy klieg lights trying to make it look like daylight. So we couldn’t really look at each other because it was so bright,” she shared with Kelly.

Check out the trivia game below!

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