The 2000s is experiencing a major comeback as a Gilmore Girls revival is currently in the works. The much-beloved mother-and-daughter dramedy, which ran for seven seasons from 2000 to 2007, is getting a second life after Netflix reportedly closed a deal with Warner Bros. for a limited-series run.
According to TV Line, show creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, who exited the original series prior to the final season amid a contract dispute, will return to pen the four 90-minute episodes. The episodes will be a continuation of where the show left off — with Sherman-Palladino concluding the series how she originally intended it to end.
Earlier this year, the cast reunited at the ATX Television Festival eight years after the series had ended. At the time, Sherman-Palladino said that were no plans for a Gilmore Girls movie.
Here’s hoping Rory and Jess get back together. (Because, like, Logan was a total dick.)