“Gilmore girls: A Year in the Life” Returns to Netflix
25 Nov 2016
Posted by Esti Berkowitz 0 Comment
There is something so cozy and comfortable about a day completely focused on food, family and a film. Well, just in time for the major day Thanksgiving feasting followed by a day of digestion (or indigestion) Gilmore girls: A Year in the Life begins November 25th on Netflix. Bring on the binge!
If you haven’t yet watched Gilmore Girls, you can catch up on the previous episodes on Netflix (especially if you do not want to go to the stores on Black Friday). Personally, I prefer to get in complete cozy mode and curl up and watch (okay, most likely binge) on Gilmore Girls this Friday November 25th.
This show is very popular and real, as it shares the bonding between single mother, Lorelai, and 16-year-old daughter, Rory. We are a part of their lives and spend each episode with them in their fictional Connecticut town of Stars Hollow. We share in their ups, downs, and surprises against the daily dance of work, stress, family, and love. It is no wonder this dynamic mother and daughter relationship has such a huge following.
I can’t help but think about my very own relationship with my mother and my soon approaching tween daughter. There are times when I just don’t know what to say to my tween. Yet, we can sit down together and enjoy a show no problem. Who will you be watching this show with? If not this show, will it be?
Well, according a recent survey, 62% Of Mothers And Daughters Say Sharing TV Shows Helps Build A Stronger Relationship. I can attest to this, as watching a movie or original series together can create conversations around topics not so easy to address. Sometimes, these topics may not have been addressed at all, even more reason to bond over this show.
More than half of mother-daughter duos surveyed (59%) report that post-show discussions are the best part of sharing a show together. In fact, watching together is so important that despite the distance, almost half of moms and daughters (41%) think watching together brings them closer. Even though one third of moms and daughters surveyed live thirty or more minutes apart, over half have gone out of their way to physically watch together on many occasions.
No matter what kind of mother-daughter relationship it is, Gilmore has something for you. The survey found that globally, almost equal portions of mother-daughter relationships fall into the following three groups: No matter what you do or where you are on Thanksgiving, remember to be grateful for those around you and what they do!
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