The return to Stars Hollow is no longer just a dream!
Netflix shared its first trailer for "Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life" on Wednesday and it's filled with familiar faces and places sure to make fans smile.
The preview begins by flashing the words "winter," "spring," "summer" and "fall" — which savvy fans may recognize as lyrics from the 1971 pop hit "You've Got A Friend," co-written by the show's theme-song singer Carole King.
Fans are then treated to glimpses of iconic Stars Hollow stops like Luke's Diner and the Dragonfly Inn, as well as other images of the town throughout the calendar year.
The show's main characters, Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham) and her daughter Rory Gilmore (Alexis Bledel), are found sitting at a table drinking coffee during the holiday season.
"Do you think Amy Schumer would like me?" Lorelai asks her daughter.
And just like that, one of the duo's famously caffeinated, pop culture-drenched chats begins.
Graham and Bledel joined series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino on stage at a Television Critics Association panel on Wednesday to discuss the revival, reports Entertainment Weekly.
Graham told the audience the new episodes will show the "next stage" of life for Lorelai and Rory.
"It’s not a story about a little girl anymore who is in high school,” said the actress. “It’s a story about a young woman and the struggles that she faces.”
“You’re never going to run out of conflict. Suddenly, they can have cocktails together. They can sit, eat and drink, and talk about s—," said Sherman-Palladino.
The series reboot, which will air in four 90-minute installments and features nearly all of the original show's cast members, also now has a release date: November 25 —the day after Thanksgiving.
"Gilmore Girls" fans will have so much to be thankful for this holiday season!