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Gilmore Girls: First Look at the Revival

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  • The Gilmore Girls revival is one we maybe don’t need, but that we’re all very, very happy about it.

    Okay, and maybe we need it. On a deep, emotional level. That’s fair, right? Definitely.

    Netflix has finally announced that the new series, which will consist of four 90 minute episodes, will premiere on November 25. Forget whatever supposed blockbuster films are going to be coming out in theaters over Thanksgiving, everyone’s going to be staying home to see what’s been happening in Stars Hollow all this time.

    And we do get a tiny sneak peek in this promotional video. Not much, but enough to bring the nostalgia, and let us see that our favorite mother-daughter duo maybe hasn’t changed all that much. And remind us how much we love them — not that we could ever forget.

    What do you hope to see in the new season? Let us know in the comments or over on Twitter @WhatsTrending.

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