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Is 'Gilmore Girls' Getting a Revival on Netflix?

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Oy, with the poodles already! This better not be a joke!

Lorelai, Rory and the Stars Hollow crew are reportedly heading to Netflix for a limited series revival.

That's right, according to TV Line, "Gilmore Girls" will return for "four 90-minute episodes/mini-movies" on the paid subscriber outlet.

While deals are still being worked out for stars Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop and Scott Patterson, all of those names are reportedly onboard for the reboot.

Of course the husband-and-wife duo who started it all are attached, too! Series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino will be writing the scripts, while husband Daniel Palladino executive produces.

That said, both Netflix and Warner Bros., which produced the original series, aren't commenting.

Graham, for her part, offered up a cagey response to all the hype on Twitter.

The quirky, quippy, fast-talking "Gilmore Girls" premiered on the former WB network in 2000 and starred Graham as Lorelai, a whip-smart, coffee-slugging single mom who lives with her teenage daughter, Rory (Bledel), in her Connecticut hometown of Stars Hollow.

"Gilmore Girls" moved from the WB to the new CW network for its final season in 2006, as Sherman-Palladino famously exited the series amid contract disputes.

Here's hoping this isn't some cruel joke.

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