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It's Time To Freak Out: New 'Gilmore Girls' Episodes May Be On The Way


For many girls, 2007 was a dark year.

Britney Spears was in the middle of a breakdown, flat caps were (sadly) all the rage, and everyone's favorite show, "Gilmore Girls," came to an end.

Since then, television has failed to fill the void left by the ultimate mother-daughter duo known as Rory and Lorelai.

But hold on to your hats, ladies (just, hopefully, not your flat caps), because Netflix may be reviving the beloved show.

According to TVLine, Netflix recently closed a deal with Warner Bros. for a limited series revival of "Gilmore Girls." The show will return with four 90-minute episodes, and original stars Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop and Scott Patterson are all expected to join the cast.

The show's creator, Amy Sherman-Palladino, and executive producer, Daniel Palladino, hinted at a revival over the summer during a cast reunion at the ATX Festival.

Sherman-Palladino said,

The Palladinos left "Gilmore Girls" before its final season after long-running contract disputes. The show was subsequently canceled and never had the proper ending it so rightfully deserved.

We aren't the only ones excited for the Gilmore family to return to television. Check out a few Twitter reactions below:

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