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A Gilmore Girls Revival Might Be on Its Way to Netflix

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The ending of the beloved series Gilmore Girls left so many questions unanswered for fans of the show: What will become of Rory’s career? Will she ever get back together with Jess? Will Lorelei marry Luke? And what were Amy Sherman-Palladino’s planned last four words for the series before she left the show??

Now, some of those questions just might get answered: according to TV Line and The Hollywood Reporter, the series just might get a reboot on Netflix. The streaming company is apparently in talks for a limited-series revival that would involve series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and her husband, producer Daniel Palladino.

According to TV Line, it looks like much of the original cast could be involved, including Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop and Scott Patterson—though no mention of Melissa McCarthy, who is now much more famous than she was in her days playing Sookie St. James.

Here’s hoping we all get to revisit Stars Hollow and all of its marvelous citizens.

A spokesperson for Netflix declined to comment. Lauren Graham weighed in on the rumors on Twitter, taking a rather cagey (but promising) approach:

[THR, TV Line]

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