Given that “Gilmore Girls” may be the most-anticipated Netflix project of the year — and we say that knowing that “Fuller House,” “Stranger Things,” “Luke Cage,” and a new season of “Orange is the New Black” have all premiered — it only seems appropriate to start off this edition of TV Quick Hits with some of the latest posters (check out the bottom of the article) from the upcoming four-part revival subtitled “A Year in the Life.”
These posters all highlight Lauren Graham and Alexis Biedel front and center, and to go along with that, you get a pretty-clear reminder of what the theme for this particular batch of episodes is: Change. Each 90-minute installment will be set in a different season, which makes all of these posters all the more appropriate.
These four episodes are going to be streaming come November 25 on the aforementioned service. Get ready to start watching now!
As for some other news on the day…
“Twin Peaks” behind the scenes – While Showtime is keeping a tight lid still on the story for this long-awaited continuation, they were kind enough to release a new video featuring much of the original cast discussing what made this project so appealing to them this time around. The scale’s going to be enormous, and we imagine the drama will be gut-wrenching. Seeing everyone back will probably create a whole storm of nostalgia for people out there.
“The Late Show” gives President Obama interview preparation – This new video featuring Obama and a Stephen Colbert character named Randy is completely absurd, but it does showcase very well what it is that Stephen does best: Finding ways to catch politicians off-guard. Obama is typically very quick and witty in his responses to such gags, and he therefore does a really good job keeping up here.