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Alexis Bledel on Emily’s Journey in S2 of The Handmaid’s Tale: “She Knows Her Days Are Numbered.”

Emily, a.k.a. the Handmaid Formerly Known as Ofglen, wasn't doing too well at the end of Season One of Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale. Then again, most of the characters weren't. However, while Emily's fate was decidedly more final at the end of the novel, the show is taking the character in a different direction. Alexis Bledel talks about where her character is headed for Season Two.

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Big Little Lies Season 2? Gilmore Girls Revival Part 2?—I’ll Pass Thanks

Big Little Lies was amazing and Gilmore Girls is iconic, but really do we need more of those stories?

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Clea DuVall Joins Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale For Juicy Season 2 Role

One of the great things about The Handmaid's Tale having a second season is that, in addition to expanding on the story told in the novel (Season 1 ends with the end of the book), there's a greater opportunity for more awesome, female performers to get involved. In the first announcement of new casting for the upcoming season, we hear that Clea DuVall is joining this cast of badass women for Season 2.

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Things We Saw Today: These Official Handmaid’s Tale Character Posters Amazing

These are the kinds of posters that one might expect to be the product of fan art, yet here Hulu is grabbing at our very souls with these chilling and awesome character posters for The Handmaid's Tale. Check out the full gallery at Coming Soon. Have you checked out Offred's story yet?

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Elisabeth Moss on Dystopia Becoming Real and an Eerie New Clip From The Handmaid’s Tale

Elisabeth Moss went on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to talk about vacations, growing up with musician parents, and how the adaptation of Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel has some uncanny resemblance.

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First Episodes of Hulu’s Handmaid’s Tale Left Us and Margaret Atwood Like a “Puddle of Goo”

The Hulu adaptation of Margaret Atwood's novel is a necessary reminder that normalizing a "slowly heating bath tub" will leave you dead.

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Netflix Is in Early Talks for Even More Gilmore Girls Episodes

I smell snow!

No, you're not reading a headline from a few years ago, when Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life was still just a dream to fans of the show. The ending that made it into the revival years after the original series aired was always intended to be a cliffhanger, but now it looks like we may actually get to find out what happens after those final four words are spoken.

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First Image of Alexis Bledel in Hulu’s Intriguing Take on Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale

We're both super-excited about the upcoming TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale from Hulu, and afraid that, in these times, it might hit a little too close to home. Still, we'll definitely be watching. Today, another tidbit has been released ahead of the spring premiere: a first glimpse of Alexis Bledel and information on what character she'll be playing.

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Could There Be More Gilmore Girls on the Way?

New episodes of Gilmore Girls are almost here and they couldn't have come at a more perfect time.

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Gilmore Girls Gives Us More Hints on What Lorelai and Rory Have Been Up To

It has been eight years since we last saw them, after all.

Lorelai and Rory Gilmore are going to be at places of uncertainty in their lives when the show returns on November 25th--but exactly what will they be doing?

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Things We Saw Today: New Legend of Korra Comic Picks Up Where TV Series Left Off

The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars will be the official continuation of the series, and it begins with Korra and Asami returning to Republic City after their visit in the spirit world.

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Rory Gilmore Joins Michelle Obama on Snapchat To Promote Girls’ Education Initiative

If you'll recall, Rory originally left Stars Hollow at the end of the first Gilmore Girls run to follow Barack Obama's campaign as a political reporter, so this is a lovely little bit of things coming full circle.

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Photos From the Netflix Gilmore Girls Revival Show First Glimpse of the Gilmore Women

You know that we've been way excited about the upcoming Netflix revival of the beloved series, Gilmore Girls. Now, Netflix has released the first images from that revival, giving us some insight into what what the Gilmore Women have been up to. Check out the images in the gallery after the jump!

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Netflix Officially-Officially Confirms It’s Hosting the Gilmore Girls Revival

La-la-la, la-la-la-la-la....

Now, we have official-official confirmation that the streaming service is going to be hosting the Gilmore Girls reunion party for us, with stars Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Scott Patterson, Kelly Bishop, Sean Gunn and Keiko Agena all set to return.

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Actually, There Is Going to Be a Gilmore Girls Revival! Thank You, Netflix!

It looks like Lauren Graham may be spending some quality time with the "right" TV daughter after all!

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First Trailer for Katherine Heigl/Alexis Bledel Lesbian Dramedy, Jenny’s Wedding Released


Katherine Heigl and Alexis Bledel star in a new film called Jenny's Wedding. A less political or groundbreaking lesbian film than something like Freeheld or Carol, it tells the story of a woman named Jenny (Heigl) who wants to marry her partner, Kitty (Bledel), and has yet to come out to her family. Wackiness ensues. Check out the new trailer above!

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Interview: Violet & Daisy’s Saoirse Ronan

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We spoke with Saoirse Ronan in advance of her latest film release, Violet & Daisy, co-starring Alexis Bledel and James Gandolfini. We already showed you what her thoughts were on being Joss Whedon's "prototype" for Scarlet Witch in The Avengers 2 but Violet & Daisy is based in a world without superheroes, though it's more than meets the eye. The Mary Sue held a special screening of the film for our readers recently, who got to see first hand just what the story about two hitwomen actually entailed. Read what Ronan had to tell us about her experience working on Violet & Daisy, her role, and her tendency toward strong women characters. 

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The Mary Sue Would Like You To Watch Violet & Daisy With Us in New York City!


Come on, you know you want to sit down and watch a movie with The Mary Sue staff. We promise not to talk or text. Or tweet. Or try to update the site.

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