WATCH: The Trailer For The Gilmore Girls Revival Has Landed

And we have never been so excited...

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by Danielle Fowler |

Remember when we broke the news that Gilmore Girls is set to make a major comeback to our screens? Well, the dates have been confirmed by Netflix and we can finally take a trip down memory lane, well, Stars Hollow to be precise, on November 25 2016. Make a note in your diaries people.

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After a sneak peek at the four-part reunion, featuring none other than Michelle Obama herself, we couldn't wait for more news on the hit noughties show.

So we couldn't believe our luck when Netflix then released a teaser trailer to the eagerly anticipated comeback. Featuring the return of our favourite on-screen mother-daughter duo, Rory and Lorelai, it seems nothing has changed and the themetune may have given us a teary sense of nostalgia. Don't tell anyone.

And you can take a sneak peak at the teaser trailer below for yourself (an appetiser ahead of November if you will):

Bring on those Netflix-induced binge nights this winter...

Earlier we wrote on 20 October 2015...

Netflix has brought us Orange is the New Black, the entire back catalogue of Gossip Girl and is bringing back *Full House. *Now it looks like they are making another one of our TV wishes come true and making it even harder to step away from the sofa.

According to The Hollywood Reporter Netflix is bringing back Emily, Lorelai and Rory Gilmore for a revival of The Gilmore Girls. They report that 'Netflix is looking to approach the revivial as four 90-minute movies as opposed to a 10-episode series.'

Lauren Graham, who played Lorelai, tweeted 'DUDES. I can't confirm this. But I also can't deny this...' Lauren said earlier this year about where Lorelai and Rory would be now: 'What’s fun to imagine is the way in which now, at this age, these two are even more of best friends. There’s less need for, of course, Rory in her late-20s or whatever she would be, to be parented. So, I could imagine the vacations, the adventures, the fun they have talking about their relationships in a more adult way.”

The show was cancelled in 2007 in its seventh season. Speaking at a reunion panel at the Austin TV Festival writer Sherman-Palladino said of leaving before the final series: "It's always a bummer when you don't get to end it. I had hoped maybe that there would have been a call, 'Hey, it's the last episode, do you want to come back?' And there wasn't. But that's OK, that's not the way it works in Hollywood where there are rules."

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