The 49-year-old author and actress writes with wit about her childhood as a theater-loving kid (who at one point lived on a houseboat in the Virgin Islands), her early years as an actor and finding love in Hollywood (she is dating her former “Parenthood” co-star Peter Krause.)
And, as the title suggests, “Gilmore Girls” also gets plenty of ink. Graham, who starred in a few short-lived sitcoms prior to her breakout role, recounts landing the part (and almost having to give it up because she was on another series). The final chapter takes readers through the making of the revival.
“I wondered if rebooting ‘Gilmore Girls’ could be as gratifying as doing the series the first time, if the show would feel as fresh and quirky and smart and speedy as it had been, if returning to Stars Hollow after all those years would be as I dreamed it would be,” she writes in the book. “Spoiler alert: it was.”
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