She also hosted several other entertainment-themed and reality-based shows, including People.com's feature, What You Missed Over the Weekend; Fine Living Network's I Want Your Job; Animal Planet's Animal Planet Report; Travel Channel's Beach Week series and Discovery Channel's Inside Orlando's Resorts, and Outrageous Room Service.
She has also been a Red Carpet reporter for the Golden Globes, Grammy Awards, SAG Awards, and the Tony Awards, and contributed for People Magazine on television, appearing on The Today Show, The Early Show, Extra, Access Hollywood, and Entertainment Tonight.
along with Jalen Rose and Mike Greenberg, the co-host of Sports Nation on ESPN2, and former host of Winners Bracket on ABC with Marcellus Wiley.
Beadle has had various hosting jobs on different networks prior to joining ESPN in 2009, including College Sports Television and the YES Network.
Bledel's paternal grandmother, Jean (née Campbell), was originally from New York and had Scottish and English ancestry.
Of her parents' upbringing in Latin America, Bledel has stated: "It's the only culture my mom knows from life, and my father as well, and they made the decision to raise their children within the context they had been raised in." She played Rory Gilmore, the daughter of Lorelai Gilmore (Graham), a single mother.
The show featured Beadle and Dave Briggs, formerly of Fox News Channel and CSN New England.
NBC described the show as one that focuses on sports, pop culture and entertainment.
Smith on social media for comments he made about the Ray Rice domestic abuse case. She had another heated social media dialog on the same matter with MTV celebrity Christopher Boykin.In 2006, Bledel co-starred opposite Jay Baruchel in the romantic comedy I'm Reed Fish as the fiancée of Baruchel's title character.After the end of Gilmore Girls, she reprised her role of Lena Kaligaris in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2, released in August 2008.She is best known for her role as Rory Gilmore on the television series Gilmore Girls (2000–2007), for which she received nominations for Satellite, Teen Choice and Young Artist Awards.
In 2016, Bledel reprised her role on the Netflix reunion miniseries Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.In September 2014, she joined Grantland, a subsidiary of ESPN, hosting a podcast called Beadlemania.