No shadow to Gilmore Girls.
In an exclusive chat with E! News, Scott porter Explained what he meant when he told his new Netflix show, Guinea and Georgia, Was “so much more” than Gilmore Girls. For those who don’t follow Porter on Twitter and Instagram on January 25, the 41-year-old actor took to social media to promote the upcoming drama.
With the main art of the show, They wrote, “Y’all is not ready for this show or for these two forces of nature @Branne_Howey and Antonia Gentry) is. And no, we are not the same Gilmore Girls, We are very much. #GinnyAndGeorgia fell to @netlix on February 24. “
According to Porter, who plays Mayor Paul Randolph Guinea and Georgia, He considered himself “in trouble” Gilmore Girls Fans felt his remarks were a dig at the beloved ’00s comedy-drama. “That didn’t mean we’re more than parts of it Gilmore Girls Was. I meant we had a lot of different stories Gilmore Girls Never would have stepped in, “Porter exclusively told E News.” We tell a different story. And, yes, the mother-daughter comparison is absolutely correct. “