The show will be making a comeback on the streaming service later this year.
While fans eagerly await the debut of Netflix’s ‘Gilmore Girls’ revival, due out later this year, the streaming service will be keeping them busy. From July 1st all seven seasons of the show, which originally aired on The WB and The CW networks, will be available to stream on Netflix worldwide.
The announcement was made by star Lauren Graham, who showed off her linguistic skills before telling fans: "You may have heard new episodes of 'Gilmore Girls' are coming to Netflix later this year. We can't wait.”
“Maybe you've seen Gilmore Girls or maybe you've never seen it always meant to watch it, either way you can starting July 1. Welcome to Stars Hollow. Careful, we talk fast.” The popular show first aired from 2000-2007 and fans have been campaigning for a revival ever since it ended.
The new series, titled 'A Year in the Life', has not been given an official release date yet but we do know some details about what to expect. Consisting of four 90-minute instalments, the show will pick up after the death of Richard Gilmore and nearly 10 years after the original series ended.
The episodes will be titled Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall and each will represent a season in the characters’ lives. Returning will of course be Lauren Graham, and Alexis Bledel as mother-daughter duo Lorelai and Rory, along with more original calls members including Kelly Bishop, Scott Patterson, Melissa McCarthy, Matt Czuchry, Jared Padalecki.
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