‘Gilmore Girls’ returns to Netflix


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Emily (Kelly Bishop), Lorelai (Lauren Graham), and Rory (Alexis Bledel) look on. The three characters return along with all of the original cast for the revival series, ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.’ The four 90 minute episodes are streaming on Netflix now.

Fans of the beloved show “Gilmore Girls” eagerly return to Star’s Hollow on November 25, the perfect post-Thanksgiving binge.

The show’s revival, entitled ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life,’ includes four 90 minute episodes now streaming on Netflix.

The episodes are filled with the familiar witty banter and endless cups of coffee.

“I was really happy when the revival was released. Getting to see all the characters in a new phase of their lives was a great way to watch how life evolves through funny and heartwarming scenes,” said Sarah Horne, 12.

All members of the original cast returned, and Luke (Scott Patterson), Lorelai (Lauren Graham), and Rory (Alexis Bledel) were also joined by favorites like Kirk (Sean Gunn) and Sookie (Melissa McCarthy).

Perhaps most importantly, all of Rory’s love interests made an appearance, including Dean (Jared Padalecki), Jess (Milo Ventimiglia), and Logan (Matt Czuchry).

Discovering where all of the characters had ended up after the show’s finale in 2007 was amusing to fans, and being able to see where they were going was even better.

“I had been looking forward to this revival for months, and it did not disappoint. I loved every minute of being back in Star’s Hollow, but the ending only left me wanting more,” said Emily Chien, 11.

The hit show’s original writer Amy Sherman-Palladino said she had always intended for the series to end with four words.

Fans had been speculating what these words could be, and while emotions vary, most fans are hoping for a continuation of the revival rather than the monstrous cliffhanger with which they were left.

So is there more Gilmore Girls coming their way?

“If this is the end, it is a great ending and if there is more, it will be another great ride,” Czuchry said to E News.