Graham’s first interview since the news appeared to back that up, explaining to TV Line that she hadn’t read all the scripts yet.
“I haven’t read the last one,” she said. “We just got it. They’re looong. I read ‘Winter’, ‘Spring’ and ‘Summer.'”
The season-based episode titles back up the four-episode theory.
The original series ran for seven years and 153 episodes, although the final season was made without creator Sherman-Palladino. According to Graham, “there’s definitely some resolution that we didn’t get” in the original run.
I’m really glad,” she added. “It’s a treat to be at this point in my life and experience. I’m not like, ‘Oh, this probably happens all the time.’ I have full appreciation and respect for what this moment is and I’m going to enjoy it as much as possible.”
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