LIFE MADE: Brand New Episodes Of ‘Gilmore Girls’ Are Coming To Netflix

Today is a beautiful day, because today, it’s official – Gilmore Girls is coming back! We’ll give you a minute to compose yourselves while you deal with the fact that we’re all going back to Stars Hollow, then we’ll talk. 

Sources say that Warner Bros have closed a deal for a limited-series revival of the show on Netflix, in a format that is likely to consist of four 90-minute episodes-slash-mini movies. 
Series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, who departed after the sixth season following a contract dispute, will return to write the new episodes, along with executive producer Daniel Palladino
In previous interviews, Sherman-Palladino has spoken about her desire to wrap things up in another season, or a movie, saying:
“The beauty of Gilmore, and the beauty of family-relationship shows, is you never really run out of story. You’re going to battle your family until you’re all in the ground. Those things never resolve, doesn’t matter how much therapy you get. Ten years later, there’s still going to be [material] there to mine and to delve into.”
This new run of episodes will allow her to end the series the way she always intended, including, presumably, the secret “final four words” she has often said would conclude the show. 
Negotiations with the cast are reportedly only just getting started, but Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel, aka Lorelai and Rory, are reportedly keen to return, alongside Kelly Bishop as Emily and Scott Patterson as Luke.
There is no word on whether Melissa McCarthy, whose star has arguably risen the highest since the show, plans to return, but if we all wish hard enough maybe that will happen.  
Edward Herrmann, who played Loerlai’s father Richard on the show, passed away on December 31 last year.  
Neither Netflix or Warner Bros have commented on when Gilmore Girls will return. 
via TV Line