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Here Are Some New Details About The 'Gilmore Girls' Comeback

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Some exciting rumors circulated last week regarding a new life for Gilmore Girls on Netflix, and now more possibly true details have surfaced!

According to TVLine, Amy Sherman-Palladino’s series will return in just four 90-minute episodes, all taking place in the present day (about 8 years after we last saw Rory and Lorelai), and covering one full calendar year. Like a George Winston compilation, each episode will revolve around a season.

While we prefer to believe that the quaint town of Stars Hollow is enjoying a perennial Autumn, the site's insiders say the mini-movies will take place in Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall (not in that order). Bet Luke hates all those seasons.