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Gilmore Girls is Finally Back!

Grab your coffee and binge candle because Gilmore Girls is finally here! We are heading back to Stars Hollow, and you should bring coffee, like a lot of it. I can’t wait to see my favorite fast talking girls again. Gilmore Girls: A Year in Review is now streaming on Netflix. It’s the year’s most anticipated television event. The show is going to be more like four films set in the different seasons. It’s kind of a hybrid.

This was one of my favorite shows to watch when I was younger. Set nearly a decade after the finale of the original series, this revival follows Loralei, Rory, and Emily Gilmore through four seasons of change. Check out the full trailer, and try not to cry. (Is that just me?)

Among the actors reprising their roles on the series are Rose Abdoo, Keiko Agena, Matt Czuchry, Chris Eigeman, Sean Gunn, Todd Lowe, Melissa McCarthy, Jared Padalecki, Danny Strong, Sally Struthers, David Sutcliffe, Liz Torres, Yanic Truesdale, Milo Ventimiglia, Liza Weil and Michael Winters.gilmoregirls_movie_night_us_pre
Fans can expect to see Stars Hollow restored in all its glory, from Luke’s Diner to the Dragonfly Inn to Lorelai’s charming Connecticut home. Instantly recognizable writing from Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino is on display, too, with enough rapid-fire dialogue and pop-culture references to require repeat viewings.
“It’s going to be faster and more furious than ever, believe me, with longer scenes, longer speeches (and) longer machine-gun dialogue back and forth,” Patterson says.
“This is Gilmore 2.0.”

Gilmore Girls will also be memorializing Edward Herrmann who passed away in 2014. I’m excited to see all the characters returning to Stars Hollow for this special event. So what are you waiting for….go stream!