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Are Lorelai and Luke not getting engaged in the "Gilmore Girls" revival? Netflix says "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" will debut globally on November 25, 2015, with the show's original stars, Lauren Graham, who plays Lorelai Gilmore and Bledel, who plays her daughter Rory. Thursday, you're killing it.
Returning to the series are Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop and Scott Patterson. Mark that date in red pen in your diary, stat. This is pretty much what "Gilmore Girls" is about - Lorelai, Rory, and their relationship.
Rory isn't so sure but Schumer herself has cleared up the matter, tweeting: "I'd love her!" Watch the teaser, and if your mum is now miles away, call her on the phone instead.
The teaser includes familiar Stars Hollow scenes and sounds, but what will really kick your nostalgia into high gear is the interaction between Lorelai and Rory.
The revival of the iconic dramedy will feature four, season-themed, 90-minute chapters, which series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino executive produced, wrote and directed with Daniel Palladino.
The show will consist of four episodes, each of which is an hour and a half long.
Netflix will take fans back to Stars Hollow later this year. If we know our girls we know they're always up on the latest - so it should come as no surprise that Lorelai (Lauren Graham) was dying to know if Amy Schumer would like her.
On Wednesday, July 27, Netflix announced that the revival will premiere globally on Thanksgiving weekend, on November 25, 2016, at 12:01 a.m. I feel like we accomplished what we set out to do, which is something I nearly never say.
McCarthy's fame has soared since she played Sookie in the series (largely because of movies like Bridesmaids and Ghostbusters), which made it complicated for her to fit taping into her busy schedule, said Sherman-Palladino.