Gilmore Girls: 9 Podcasts Fans Should Listen To


The original town of Stars Hollow is home to everyone’s favorite characters on Gilmore Girls. It’s a city that has good times inside Luke’s Diner, tasty meals at the Dragonfly Inn, and everything a person could possibly need at Doose’s Market. Part of the reason fans are revisiting Gilmore Girls and dissecting the characters in each season is due to how familiar and familiar Stars Hollow is. Even though the show has been over for some time, audiences still flock to the comfort it provides.

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Luckily for Gilmore Girls fans, there are several podcasts they can listen to in order to learn more about the series, revisit the episodes, and share their opinions. Each podcast is special in its own way due to the hosts running them, and one is even discussed by a Gilmore Girls Star.

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I’m all for Scott Patterson



I'm All In The Picture Of The Gilmore Girls Podcast With Scott Patterson

One of the most popular podcasts for Gilmore Girls fans is Scott Patterson’s podcast, I go there thoroughly. Fans wanted to know where they could catch Patterson (Luke Danes) in 2022, and it would be on his podcast on iHeartRadio.

Patterson revisits over 150 episodes (plus the reboot) and shares fun trivia about what it was like to film certain scenes and episodes. Patterson also interviews former castmates, guest stars, and fans of the show. Of all the podcasts, only Patterson has that backstage feeling since, well, he was actually there.

Gilmore guys



A promotional photo for the Gilmore Guys

When winter arrives, there is nothing more heartwarming than revisiting Stars Hollow with the Gilmore guys Podcast. The hosts of the show are Kevin T. Porter and Demi Adejuyigbe. One is a die-hard fan who has watched the show for years, while the other is a Gilmore Girls beginner. Together they dive deep into each episode and have a lot of laughs along the way.


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Gilmore guys also does interviews with different people attached to the series and to the fans. They even appeared in an appearance in The Netflix Revival. The podcast ended in March 2020 (once they have finished Gilmore Girls) and they are now focusing on the recap The wonderful Mrs. Maisel – another show created by the Gilmore Girls designer, Amy Sherman-Palladino.

Ultimate Movie Night For Gilmore Girls



A split image from Ultimate Gilmore Girls Movie Night and a scene from GG

Ultimate Movie Night For Gilmore Girls is a unique podcast hosted by husband-wife duo, Philip and Courtney Boone. What separates this podcast from the rest is that the couple break down every movie mentioned in Gilmore Girls.


Lorelai and Rory love a good movie night filled with snacks and coffee. Philip and Courtney do the hard work for the other fans and review the movies the Gilmores have talked about in each episode. The two started the podcast in September 2021 and are breaking down references to pop culture so fans don’t have to.

Buffy the Gilmore Slayer



A shared image of Buffy The Gilmore Slayer and Lorelai having a movie night

Buffy vs. Gilmore is different from other podcasts because it combines two TV shows based on the 90s / 2000s – Gilmore Girls and Buffy the vampire slayer. Comedians Bryan Morris and Stacey Kulow break down one episode per TV show into each podcast episode.

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The idea behind the podcast is that Bryan is a huge Buffy the vampire slayer fan who has never seen Gilmore Girls, and Stacey is a Gilmore Girls fan who has never seen Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Together, they watch and discover each show while breaking it down with the listeners.

Friday night dinner with Morgan and Rachelle



A split image of Friday night dinner with Morgan & Drums Rochelle and Lane

Morgan and Rachelle are sisters who adore Gilmore Girls and created a rewatch podcast called, Friday evening dinner with Morgan Rachelle: A Gilmore Girls podcast. The sister team breaks down Lorelai and Rory’s complicated lives and puts themselves in their shoes.

The title of the podcast is dedicated to Lorelai and Rory’s scheduled Friday night dinners with Lorelai’s parents, Emily and Richard Gilmore. Some of the most memorable moments happened at the Friday night dinner party, which is why it’s laudable that the show comes out on Friday.


Talk Fast: A Gilmore Girls Podcast



A shared image from Talking Fast A Gilmore Girls Podcast and Lorelai Gilmore

Lorelai Gilmore is known to speak quickly. She speaks in circles and throws references to pop culture that often confuse her interlocutors. Coincidentally, Alexis and Suzanne named their podcast, Talk Fast: A Gilmore Girls Podcast.

The podcast breaks down each episode of Gilmore Girls and the hosts have fun doing it. It’s unique to break down a show that’s 20 years old, which adds a touch of nostalgia to this podcast compared to others. Everything from Luke and Lorelai’s relationship timeline to Rory’s library is brought up in fun and upbeat ways.

Gilmore Girls and the tea spills



A shared image of Gilmore Girls And Tea Spills and the cast of Gilmore Girls

Gilmore Girls and the tea spills is one of the more recent podcasts on this list which breaks down episodes from Gilmore Girls. The first episode deals with Jackson’s first introduction to the series as Dani and Madeline help him along the way.


The group of friends has a fun energy on the podcast, making listeners feel like they’re in the room with them. The group talk about their favorite parts of the episode, as well as the pet peeves that left them scratching their heads.

Town Meeting, a Gilmore Girls Rewatch podcast featuring Sandra, Jess and Emily



A shared image of Town Meeting, A Gilmore Girls Rewatch Podcast and a Descent Reunion

Town Meeting, a Gilmore Girls Rewatch podcast with Sandra, Jess and Emily is a bimonthly podcast that talks about each episode of the series. The group of friends like a good Gilmore Girls references and talks about the fashion choices of the 2000s, Rory’s relationship mistakes, and how Lane is the real hero (among others).

Listening to this group of friends is like being at Luke’s Diner with them. Each episode is over an hour long, giving listeners an in-depth look at the episode they’re watching.


So, is it a show? Keeping in touch with the Gilmores



A split image of So, It's A Show Keeping Up With The Gilmore Girls and Dean

In “That Damn Donna Reed”, Dean is surprised by Lorelai and Rory’s obsession with The Donna Reed Show. He asks “So, is this a show?”, Which launched the Gilmore Girls in a description of his monumental moments. Tribute to the present moment, So is it a show? Keeping in touch with the Gilmores is a podcast dedicated to the show’s pop culture moments.

References to pop culture, movies, and TV shows are dissected in this podcast, along with what happens in the episode they cover. For fans wondering what Lorelai and Rory are talking about in their pop culture rants, this podcast is a great teacher.


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