Lauren Graham Reveals When ‘Gilmore Girls’ Is Coming To Netflix — But There’s A Tiny Catch

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The entire world is about to become better acquainted with Lorelai and Rory Gilmore!

Gilmore Girls star Lauren Graham announced today that all seven seasons of her beloved WB/CW series will be available to stream on Netflix in all territories beginning July 1. Before you get too excited though, that doesn’t include the new Gilmore Girls revival, which still doesn’t have a premiere date (we told you there was a catch!). Still, at least now fans from across the globe will have the opportunity to binge the dramedy and watch actress Alexis Bledel’s (Rory Gilmore) transition from Gilmore girl to Gilmore woman.

In a YouTube video announcing the news, Graham “welcomed” viewers to the show.

 

“Any place you can watch Netflix you can watch Gilmore Girls starting July 1,” Graham said. “You may have heard new episodes of Gilmore Girls are coming to Netflix later this year. We can’t wait. Maybe you’ve seen Gilmore Girls or maybe you’ve never seen it always meant to watch it, either way you can starting July 1. Welcome to Stars Hollow. Careful, we talk fast.”

“We talk fast” may be the understatement of the year!

While the precise premiere date for Netflix’s upcoming Gilmore Girls revival has yet to be revealed, the four 90-minute installments promise to be laden with nostalgia thanks to appearances by a bevy of Stars Hollow favorites, including Luke (Scott Patterson), Sookie (Melissa McCarthy), and Lane, (Keiko Agena) as well as the intensely debated trinity of Rory’s ex-boyfriends Dean (Jared Padalecki), Jess (Milo Ventimiglia), and Logan (Matt Czuchry).

(H/T E! News)

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life will premiere on Netflix later this year.

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