Here’s How You Can Get An Exclusive Sneak Peek At The New “Gilmore Girls” Before It Goes On Netflix


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There are still 58 days until the new “Gilmore Girls,” and believe me, I’m counting down the hours. The only clip we have seen so far of the revival season is the trailer, which involves Lorelai ranting about how she wants to be friends with Amy Schumer. While that short 90-second clip was near perfect, it’s not enough to last me the next 58 days. I need more “Gilmore Girls.”

If you’re as impatient as I am and absolutely can’t wait until November 25, there’s one way you can see an exclusive first look of the show before it’s released to the public. All you have to do is buy a ticket and attend the EW Popfest, Entertainment Weekly’s pop culture festival in downtown Los Angeles on October 29th and 30th. Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and executive producer Dan Palladino will be appearing at the festival to talk about all things Gilmore. Even more exciting, they’re also giving the festival audience an exclusive first look at the revival series almost a full month before the show is released on Netflix.

Tickets start at $49 for a one-day pass and are available to purchase now. The sneak peek is happening on Saturday, so if you’re in the LA area and wanting drop some cash in the name of “Gilmore Girls,” you can purchase tickets here.

Any true “Gilmore Girls” fan wouldn’t think twice about spending $50 to get a first look at the new series, but if you need any more convincing, the festival also includes an advanced screening of “Doctor Strange,” appearances by Jennifer Aniston, Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Eddie Redmayne, the cast of “Grey’s Anatomy,” Nick Jonas, and a performance by Tove Lo. I’d say that’s worth it.

[via Entertainment Weekly]

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