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The First 'Gilmore Girls' Trailer Is Here
Gilmore Girls returns one month from now, on November 25, and we've finally been gifted a trailer.
The highly anticipated "event" will come in four parts, which will undoubtedly be binged by most fans in time for Friday night dinner. The first glimpse at the show's return has just been delivered, and it looks pretty, pretty good. The return will, naturally, focus on the Gilmore women, who are all reevaluating their lives—Rory wants to wander, Lorelai is questioning her happiness, and Emily is struggling to move on after the death of her husband Richard (who was played by the late Edward Herrmann).
Below, get a glimpse at Stars Hollow in 2016. Spoiler alert: Luke yells. Because he's still a jerk. You'll also see Jess, Logan, Paris, Lane, Sookie, Kirk, and all your town favorites...
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It's set to open by mid-to-late February.
The new Orange County Museum of Art opens its doors to the public on Oct. 8.
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