3 Ways ‘Ginny & Georgia’ Reminds Us of ‘Gilmore Girls’ — and 2 Ways It’s Totally Different

“We’re like the Gilmore girls, but with bigger boobs,” Georgia Miller proclaims in the first episode of Ginny & Georgia. When the Netflix show first debuted in 2021, many viewers — and even Ginny & Georgia itself—compared it to Gilmore Girls. But, aside from their alliterative names, how much do they really have in common? in honor of Ginny & Georgia Season 2 landing on Netflix, here’s a breakdown of some traits the mother-daughter duo’s story shares with the Gilmores’. Plus, two major differences between the shows.

Antonia Gentry as Ginny Miller and Brianne Howey as Georgia Miller in ‘Ginny & Georgia’ | Netflix // Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore and Lauren Graham as Lorelai Gilmore in ‘Gilmore Girls’ | Warner Bros./Getty Images

‘Ginny & Georgia’ and ‘Gilmore Girls’ both have small-town charm

One of the (many) things people love about Gilmore Girls is its Connecticut small-town setting. Everybody knows their neighbors in Stars Hollow, and somehow everything seems to be just a five-minute walk away, even though that can’t be physically possible. Ginny & Georgia replicates that charm in the fictional town of Wellsbury, Massachusetts.

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