Updated 06:53 PM EDT, Fri, Sep 18, 2020

'Gilmore Girls' to be Revived, Confirms Cast Member Lauren Graham [Details]

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Hit 2000s television show "Gilmore Girls" will be making a comeback, one of its original cast members confirmed.

On her Twitter account, Lauren Graham revealed that the show, which ran from 2000 to 2007, will be returning through streaming service Netflix.

"I CAN NOW CONFIRM: it's time for me, and this jacket I stole in 2007, to return to work. @netflix #GilmoreGirls," she tweeted.

Talking to TV Line, Graham said Netflix was the medium for the fans to enjoy the show once again.

"The fans had to want it badly enough that they didn't stop asking. The outpouring of enthusiasm and joy is just completely humbling and so appreciated," she noted.

Graham also expressed her excitement to do tapings for the show noting that she has checked her scripts right away when she received them.

Irish Examiner said that Netflix also confirmed the revival of "Gilmore Girls" starring Graham, who plays the role of Lorelai Gilmore, and Alexis Bledel as Rory, the former's daughter.

According to Hollywood Reporter, the show will be revived by Netflix along with Warner Bros. Television.

It noted that the TV series will retain its original cast including Scott Patterson, Kelly Bishop, Sean Gunn and Keiko Agena. Producers Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino will also be part of the show's revival.

However, Hollywood Reporter claimed that the reboot does not have a title or an expected number of episodes yet.

A separate TV Line report, however, noted that the show will have the running title "Gilmore Girls: Seasons" and that it will begin filming this Feb. 2 in Los Angeles.

It said that the revival will be done in four parts and will have "four 90-minute installments."

The same report claimed that every installment will present a different season of a year.

Hollywood Reporter highlighted that the revival will also be a chance for original show producer Sherman-Palladino to return to the series and showcase her talent.

The producer had to leave the show prior to its ending because of contract issues.

"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," she told Hollywood Reporter.

The return of the TV series came after similar efforts with shows like "Heroes" (a reboot of "Heroes Reborn") and "The X-Files."

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