A whole lotta different Gilmore Girls teasers and announcements have dropped, as the series celebrates 16 years since it premiered on Wednesday. For the anniversary the cast members got together for a “We’re Back” featurette which loaded us up with fresh Gilly goss.
Ahead of the show returning next month for its four-part Netflix reboot ‘Gilmore Girls: A Day in the Life’, Netflix also launched a one-day-only Luke’s Diner popup across 200 coffee shops around North America and Canada. Luke himself a.k.a Scott Patterson even stopped by to serve a cup or two to Gilly fans.
— Netflix US (@netflix) October 5, 2016
But not in Australia, where Luke’s coffee was no where to be seen.
WHY DO YOU HATE US, NETFLIX?!?
Along with the coffee pop-ups, the Stars Hollow website has been returned to its former glory. You can visit the site via townofstarshollow.org and is a cute little reminder of all the charms the small town has to offer.
The website hasn’t been touched since 2007, so it’s looking pretty dated. The GG Twitter page blamed the website’s downfall on Kirk losing the domain password.
Please welcome Stars Hollow back to the Internet. https://t.co/6OtrJO0Key
— Gilmore Girls (@GilmoreGirls) October 5, 2016
The featurette includes a look back at some of our fave GG scenes, and features interviews with Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Patterson, Kelly Bishop and Rory’s three BFs Milo Ventimiglia, Jared Padalecki and Matt Czuchry.