Published Jul 27, 2016Close to a year after revealing plans to bring back Lorelai and Rory for a Gilmore Girls revival on Netflix, the streaming service has now officially confirmed a launch date for their four-part mini-series. Viewers will be able to revisit Stars Hollow on November 25.
The mini-series has officially been redubbed Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life and will trace the present day lives of the Gilmores through the four seasons. As previously reported, the episodes will be presented in 90-minute instalments, which will be separated into "winter," "spring," "summer" and "fall" storylines.
Fittingly, a just-dropped trailer features the tagline "seasons may change, but some things never will."
As you'll see below, it looks as if there will be coffee brewed up at Luke's, and Doose's Market is still open for business. As for the interpersonal dynamics, the Gilmore Girls are found deep in a philosophical convo over whether comedian Amy Schumer would hang out with mother Lorelai. Rory says no, because of Schumer's apparent taste for "water sports." It's a much more innocent reveal than you're thinking.
Schumer has already seen the trailer and weighed in with a script-flipping quip:
I've only done 2 water sports and they took pictures of it both times. I promise I usually just lay there (sex too) https://t.co/yTQRvIBgqm— Amy Schumer (@amyschumer) July 27, 2016
While we're a full season away from the launch of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, you can catch the sneak preview below.