Gilmore Girls Might Return To Netflix With More Episodes

We know it's Monday, but we're about to make your day a whole lot better. Gilmore Girls may be returning to the Netflix screen! Our excitement level is off the charts!

According to the U.K.’s Press Association, it was CONFIRMED by the chief content officer at Netflix himself that the company has had "very preliminary" talks about more Gilmore Girls episodes (!!!) with the creators, Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino.

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Ted Sarandos, the chief content officer at Netflix, told the U.K.’s Press Association, “We obviously loved the success of the show. Fans loved how well it was done." He said, "People were really excited about more, and we have been talking to them about the possibility of that.”

We know it's still early, but preliminary is better than nothing right? Especially after *that* cliffhanger in the recent A Year In The Life revival.

So for those wondering what turn Rory's career takes, who the father is (it's probs Logan) and how Lorelai will be as a grandmother (amazing obvi), your questions may be answered by the show itself.

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The famous final four words sounded more like a call for another season, so here's hoping the talks turn into a new season of Gilmore Girls! We're hoping we get to see more of our fave characters and Stars Hollow soon.

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