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Gilmore Girls has been honored with an AFI Award and two Viewers for Quality Television Awards, and it was named New Program of the Year by the Television Critics Association. Series star Lauren Graham ("Townies," "NewsRadio," and "Bad Santa") was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series and received two consecutive nominations for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series from the Screen Actors Guild. Graham has also won two Family Television Awards. In addition, series star Alexis Bledel ("Tuck Everlasting") has won a Young Artist Award and a Family Television Award. The series, Gilmore Girls, won a Family Television Award for New Series and was named Best Family TV Drama Series by the Young Artist Awards, which also honored series star Keiko Agena in the supporting young actress category.
Gilmore Girls is the first series to make it to air supported by the Family Friendly Forum's Script Development Fund. An initiative between some of the nation's top advertisers and The WB, the program is intended to offer a greater array of compelling family programming on network television. The strong, loving, mother-daughter relationship portrayed in Gilmore Girls reflects the growing reality of this new type of American family.
It sounds like a premise potentially fraught with angst and trauma, but in reality Gilmore Girls was one of the freshest, airiest, most enjoyable shows to air on the perpetually melodramatic WB network, critically praised once viewers got hooked on its unique brand of humor. Rory's growing-up adventures, including her acclimation to snooty Chilton and romance with townie dreamboat Dean (Jared Padalecki), gave the show a teen-friendly feel, but Gilmore Girls was anchored in the adult by the luminous Graham, a brilliant comedic leading lady who could turn dramatic on a dime and never break stride. The show's hallmark was its rat-a-tat, whipsmart dialogue, delivered perfectly by Graham and Bledgel, as well as a host of wacky supporting characters who would go on to become invaluable cast members. The first season allowed the show--and its lead actresses--to bloom gracefully and establish a deep, humorous rapport that lent itself perfectly to weekly travails both comedic and dramatic. --Mark Englehart
There are TV shows and then there are TV shows. This is the latter. I've always wanted to say that haha. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Walt
THE CHARACTERS CAN GET ON YOUR NERVES, HOWEVER I ENJOY WATCHING ENTERTAINING, UNCHALLENGING VIDEOS AT TIMES.Published 2 months ago by lynette samborski
My wife watched this show back when it first came on and enjoyed it. Thinking it a rather uber girly show, I took a pass. Read morePublished 2 months ago by D. R. M.
My daughter and I love watching the Gilmore Girls because it reminds us of our own lives. It's a great show. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Laura Johnson
Love the Gilmore Girls! Happy that I purchased season one and I recommend it to fans of the show.Published 2 months ago by Aja
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|The La La La Song?||
Oct 24, 2006 by Rosa | See all 5 posts
i have an episode guide with my season 1 set
Jan 25, 2007 by Emily | See all 2 posts
I just received this set after waiting until Christmas to get it as a gift. The first disc was marked properly, however, when I went to watch it, it was actually the 2nd disc labeled incorrectly. Perhaps that's why it yours is marked "repackaged"?
Dec 29, 2011 by J Swain | See all 2 posts
i really like rory's birthdays.
it's when she first really tells off richard and emily.
and, luke proposes.
but nobody else probably remembers that.
Feb 7, 2009 by GilmoreGirlsFan | See all 2 posts
|Is the First season dirty? Or any of the seasons?||
I'd say the show is pretty tame. Almost no bad lanaguage. There is a bit of sexual stuff in the first season with Lorelai's lovelife but most of it happens off screen. (and of course it's mentioned in almost every epsidoe that Lorelai was a teenage mother)
As with most shows we see more and... Read More
Sep 18, 2006 by girl who reads | See all 2 posts