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Everything We Know About Netflix’s GILMORE GIRLS Revival So Far

Everything We Know About Netflix’s GILMORE GIRLS Revival So Far

It’s true, fellow fans of Stars Hollow: Gilmore Girls is coming back! The unsatisfying end of season seven won’t be the final word any longer. Netflix is reviving the heartwarming and quirky series about Lorelai, Rory, and Emily Gilmore. It’s been rumored for months, and the appearance of many cast members at the ATX Festival over the summer only made fans more hungry for small town antics, ridiculously fast-paced dialogue, and jokes about copious amounts of coffee. In short, the time is right. Then again, the time for more Gilmore Girls would never be wrong.

But what are the details? What do we know? Let’s break it down.

All we know officially from Netflix is that Gilmore Girls is coming back in 2016 with Amy Sherman-Palladino, Lauren Graham (Lorelai), and Alexis Bledel (Rory):

Who’s coming back?

But of course, other cast members besides Graham and Bledel have taken to social media to share news about reprising their roles. This includes Scott Patterson (Luke), Keiko Agena (Lane), Sean Gunn (Kirk), Yanic Truesdale (Michel), Tanc Sade (Finn), David Sutcliffe (Christopher), and Aris Alvarado (Caesar):

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