I know we can all remember the time and place when we discovered that the Gilmore Girls was going to end. It's one of those traumatic moments in life where we seem to remember every single detail surrounding the tragic news.
But fear not, friends! Sources say that Netflix has recently closed a deal with Warner Bros. for a series revival of Gilmore Girls. We know that creator Amy Sherman-Palladino had left before the last season, and therefore the show wasn't able to end exactly how she planned.
This second chance means Sherman-Palladino will finally be able to complete the story in the way she envisioned it to end.
“It would have to be the right everything — the right format, the right timing. If it ever happened, I promise we’ll do it correctly.”
The revival with consist of four 90-minute episodes. Negotiations with the cast have started, but it is rumored that the main actors, such as Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop, and Scott Patterson, are expected to return.
One actor who will sadly not be back for this miniseries is Edward Herrmann who played Richard Gilmore. He tragically passed in 2014 at the age of 71 due to brain cancer.
While the show might not be exactly same without Richard Gilmore, I can't wait to watch this mini-series and be transported back to the early 2000s. For Sherman-Palladino, she must be absolutely excited to finally see her true vision come to fruition.