The Gilmore Girls Trailer Has Twitter in a Tizzy

The Gilmore Girls Trailer Has Twitter in a Tizzy

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The Gilmore Girls are back and better than ever.

It's almost holiday season. That means Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas, and time off from work and school! But this holiday season will be extra special. One of the best shows of all time is returning to the small screen. That's right! On November 25, you can cuddle up with a good drink and binge watch Netflix's Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. When the trailer premiered this week, Twitter went crazy.
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Gilmore Girls is back and better than ever. Netflix is bringing back the whole crew: Rory, Lorelai, Emily, Jess, Logan, and Dean. Many fans are hoping the Netflix mini-series will solve some hot questions that bounce around the internet. Who does Rory end up with? What happens to April? Are Luke and Lorelai living happily ever after? These are things we need to know. When the trailer dropped, friends and foe alike took to Twitter to discuss the possibilities, express their emotion, and to fangirl.
Gilmore Girls Credit: Twitter

Girlmore Girls Credit: Twitter

Gilmore Girls Credit: Twitter

The trailer even turned some unbelievers into true fans.
Gilmore Girls Credit: Twitter

Some are trying (and failing) to exert self-control.
Gilmore Girls Credit: Twitter

Gilmore Girls Credit: Twitter

One thinks the trailer is the key to stop talking about politics.
Gilmore Girls Credit: Twitter

Most of us are just excited to return to our childhood.
Gilmore Girls Credit: Twitter

And most importantly, on November 25, our favorite characters get to come back to us.
Gilmore GIrls Credit: Twitter

The long awaited return to Stars Hollow is already filled with buzz. Nerdist's Amy Ratcliffe speculates many aspects of the new series. Maybe Rory is pregnant. Why is Kirk at Friday night dinner? The list goes on and on. Netflix's original series have been widely successful. Orange is the New BlackJessica Jones, and Stranger Things took the internet by storm. The holiday premiere of Gilmore Girls is prime for binge watching. Hopefully, Netflix won't let us down!
H/T: Nerdist, Entertainment Weekly

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