'Gilmore Girls' Is Getting a Second Life at Netflix: Report - NBC Bay Area

'Gilmore Girls' Is Getting a Second Life at Netflix: Report



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    Actresses Alexis Bledel (lef) and Lauren Graham from the series "Gilmore Girls" attend the 2006 Summer Television Critics Association Press Tour for the The CW Network on July 17, 2006 in Pasadena, California.

    Who's ready to go back to Stars Hollow?

    A limited-series revival of "Gilmore Girls" is apparently in the works at Netflix, to be written by series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and executive producer Daniel Palladino.

    Negotiations with the cast are just beginning, but it's expected that the big names--Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop, and Scott Patterson--will return to their iconic roles. The revival will reportedly consist of four 90-minute episodes. Both Netflix and Warner Bros. declined to comment.

    TVLine.com first reported the news.

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    When E! News last caught up with Sherman-Palladino and the cast at the ATX TV Festival this summer, she denied that any follow-up to the series was in the works, but admitted "Nobody here hates each other. That's very important...if it ever happened, I promise you we'd do it correctly."

    "It would have to be the right everything — the right format, the right timing, the right way," she added. "It would have to be honored in a certain way and I think that if you look around, we would all jump in and do it."

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    When asked if she could ever envision a reunion, Graham said, "I have no idea, that would be up to Amy and other people. I think because Amy didn't get to finish the show there is an unusual willingness to see what that would look like, so we'll see!"

    It looks like, thanks to Netflix, we'll finally get to hear those final four words Sherman-Palladino had planned for the original series finale.