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Photos: First Look At The New 'Gilmore Girls' Stars Hollow Set
If ever there were an idyllic fictional town, it was Stars Hollow, and now that Gilmore Girls is being revived by Netflix, this magical place has been recreated. Like a warm, worn-in Pendleton blanket, it once again exists in the world, ready to comfort you. Filming for the new episodes has been going on for a couple of weeks, so naturally some photos from the set have leaked. And it looks exactly and perfectly the same.
Below, live from Stage 19 at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, it's the new Stars Hollow (since the show ended Pretty Little Liars has taken over their old set). Unfortunately, it looks like Luke, the Worst Gilmore Guy, has his truck parked in Lorelai's driveway...
This town is too good for the real world, but we still hope someone recreates it real life... say, in Connecticut.
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