The "Gilmore Girls" became a very popular comedy on CW that aired for seven years. But what happened to the fabulous cast's real-world relationships since then?
“Gilmore Girls,” ran from 2000 to 2007, but the show's appeal led to its short revival in 2016 with all the show's favorite characters, but what are their real-life romances like? Let's have a look.
Lauren Graham as Lorelai Gilmore
The actress who portrayed Lorelai Gilmore is very similar to her character; she is also incredibly active, even more sociable, but lonely.
Just like Lorelai, Lauren Graham met her knight in shining armor. In 1995, 28-year-old Lauren Graham moved to LA, hoping to become an actress.
She began her climb up the career ladder by starring in commercials and playing episodic roles in movies. And Lauren didn't worry about romance until the realization set in that she was alone and her friends had all gotten married and started families.
Lauren had a few relationships over time, but nothing serious until she worked on "Parenthood" in 2009. Reconnecting with Peter Krause, whom she knew since the late '90s, had a more permanent effect the second time around.
Peter kept showing signs of affection, but Lauren would just ignore them. However, their relationship soon became something bigger, and they started spending more and more time together outside of the set.
Now the couple makes appearances on red carpets and different events together, but they keep their private life out of the spotlight.
Scott Patterson as Luke Danes
The "Gilmore Girls" brought the actor incredible fame, but they also brought him, love! Scott Patterson met the one on the set of the show.
Kristine Saryan had a guest appearance on the television show and it didn't take long before she and Scott fell in love. In 2011, they married and became parents to a son, Nicholas, three years later.
Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore
All "Gilmore Girls" fans know that the young actress dated her on-screen boyfriend in real life. Her relationship with Milo Ventimiglia, who played her bad-boy love interest Jess Mariano, was well-publicized.
They secretly dated for four years and even spoke of marriage, but their love didn't last. According to the show's casting director, Mara Casey, Alexis also dated Jared Padalecki.
After "Gilmore Girls," Alexis Bledel appeared on the big screen, playing some significant roles in movies such as "Sin City," "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants," and "The Good Guy."
In 2012 she landed a small role in the 5th season of "Mad Men," portraying Pete Campbell's mistress, portrayed by Vincent Kartheiser.
Kartheiser and Bledel hit it off immediately, and they dated for two years before secretly tying the knot in 2014. The rest of their private life is just as secret, including details about their young son.
Milo Ventimiglia as Jess Mariano
After breaking up with Alexis Bledel in 2006, Milo Ventimiglia put all his effort into the new role in "Heroes" and into the new relationship with the actress Hayden Panettiere. 3 years later, the couple had split because of "different lifestyles."
Now Milo is playing the role of Jack Pearson, the father of three children in the show "This Is Us." Even though his character loves kids, the actor says he doesn't want to start a family yet.
"The show hasn't inspired me to go have kids, I'll tell you that much," Milo said.
Melissa McCarthy as Sookie St. James
Before charming Sookie won our hearts in "Gilmore Girls," she captured another heart, that of the famous comedian Ben Falcone in 1998.
According to Ben, they were on the same page since the first time they met, and they managed to keep that feeling for over 20 years.
7 years into their relationship, the couple got married, and in May 2007, Melissa gave birth to their first child Vivian Falcone. The actress's pregnancy was written into the plot of "Gilmore Girls."
3 years later, the couple welcomed another addition to the family when Melissa gave birth to another daughter, Georgette Falcone.
During her second pregnancy, Melissa was already cast in the sitcom Mike & Molly, and in order not to mess up the timeframes, she started working on the show only 4 months after giving birth to the baby!
Keiko Agena as Lane Kim
Keiko Agena was born in Hawaii, but she started college in Washington. According to her, before that, she had no idea what it was like to be Asian American. Keiko had no idea why she couldn't get a role in a drama club.
Keiko was worried that this role would become her first and last, but she remained very active. With appearances on "13 Reasons Why," "Better Call Saul," among others, Agena's love for music also brought her love.
On December 19, 2005, Keiko married the musician and singer Shin Kawasaki in a helicopter while flying over Las Vegas.
Liza Weil as Paris Geller
Apart from "Gilmore Girls," Liza Weil also shined in "Scandal" and "How to Get Away with Murder," and she used to be married to a fellow actor.
Weil's ex-husband is the "Private Practice" star, Paul Adelstein, and they welcomed a daughter in 2010 but split seven years later. Weil then dated Frank Delfino, but the pair's romance reportedly ended as well.
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