If you have ever sat down and watched the witty, quirky, love-filled life of Loreli and Rory Gilmore, then you’re probably already head of heels excited for the new revival series coming to Netflix.
On November 25, the four-part series will grace Netflix and fans can finally dive back into Stars Hollow after nine long years. Many things will remain the same-- Loreli and Rory love Lifetime movies, town meetings are still a thing, and the mother-daughter pair continues to personally keep their town's take-out restaurants in business. Most of the characters will also be returning, such as Luke, Emily, Paris, Lane, and all of Rory's ex-boyfriends. However, the death of Ed Hermann, who played Richard Gilmore, will have a significant influence on the storyline.
The official trailer was released the other day, and it gave us a small glimpse into what this new "Gilmore Girls" might look like. Rory, in particular, continues to be the poster child for any hopeless romantics and desperately confused millennials. She's in her 30s, jobless, and has no idea what to do next.
The series creator, Amy Sherman-Palladino, tells TVline "It’s this idea of, you hit [your 30s], you did everything right — you went to college, you had the good grades, you worked really hard — and yet somehow life isn’t turning out the way you wanted it to turn out.”
In roughly 26 days, we get to see the everyday-messiness and the familiar chaos of Stars Hollow one more time. Until then, for sure check out the trailer (or rewatch is again):