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According to TV Line, Netflix has ordered more episodes of the hit TV series Gilmore Girls. This news comes only a year after Netflix started streaming all seven seasons of the beloved WB series.

Gilmore Girls originally aired on the WB from 2001-2007. It is to this day, one of the most 'boxset-ed' shows around, surviving on re-runs alone since the show wrapped up production in 2007. In many countries around the world, Gilmore Girls is syndicated daily: from 5* in the UK to ABC Family and UPtv in the US. I myself binged the entire series over 5 weeks in 2013 and loved every minute of it. Netflix began streaming new HD versions of the series last year and the show has since become extremely popular on the streaming service.

According to TV Line:

Sources confirm that Netflix has closed a deal with Warner Bros. for a limited-series revival of Gilmore Girls penned by series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and exec producer Daniel Palladino.

The show's revival will consist of four ninety minute episodes and will wrap up the series the way that Sherman-Palladino had originally intended.

It was also reported that the shows lead stars - Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel and Kelly Bishop - are all set to return.

The series finale left us with so many questions, so a mini-series will perhaps give the fans the closure that they need. One things for sure, we will definitely be following the Gilmore Girls back to Stars Hollow.


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