It's Official: 'Gilmore Girls' Reunion Is on -- Yaas!

IT'S OFFICIAL! Please excuse the use of all-caps there, but in this case, I think the occasion warrants it. The Gilmore Girls revival we've been hoping for, speculating about, and generally wishing for is officially on like Donkey Kong.


Yeah, you heard me! And it's not just some lame reunion show either (knocking on wood, we love any sort of reunion we can get with beloved casts from seasons past), but is reported to be a "limited series run."

We're headed back to Stars Hollow, thanks to Netflix, which has confirmed that it's bringing Amy Sherman-Palladino's brilliant show back to our small screens. Have you missed Lorelai, Rory, Luke, Emily, Kirk, Lane, and the rest as much as I have since the series ended in 2007?

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Get ready to sigh with contentment, because Netflix announced that Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Scott Patterson, Kelly Bishop, Sean Gunn, and Keiko Agena are coming back, for at least four 90-minute episodes.

They're set to start filming on February 2, and while no other cast members have been confirmed, we're crossing our fingers that Melissa McCarthy will at least make a cameo as Sookie.

And maybe Yanic Truesdale as Michel.

And Liza Well as Paris.

And Jared Padalecki as Dean.

And for the love ... Milo Ventimiglia as Jess.

Ugh, no matter who else is involved, this is going to be awesome.


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