We've finally got our first peek into the Gilmore Girls reboot

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Yanic Truesdale is joined by Gilmore Girls lead actress Lauren Graham, who is back to reprise her role as Lorelai. Online. "Tuesday is my first day and I'm nervous!" "Fun times!" he captioned the selfie, which the duo took in front of the very familiar staircase of the Dragonfly.

This picture, however, also serves to remind Gilmore Girls devotees that Melissa McCarthy's Sookie - the third member of this friend group - will not return to small town Conneticut.

Before the cast reunited at the ATX Film Festival last June, Czurchy told E! that he had begun to review the episodes that he was in commenting that, "One of the things that really stands out is that Amy Sherman-Palladino just created a great character there".

Welcome back to Stars Hollow! Even if he's not quite as pleased to see us.

Besides Lauren Graham and her onscreen daughter Alexis Bledel, 34, others expected to return are Kelly Bishop, Scott Patterson, Keiko Agena and Sean Gunn.

The series debuted on the WB in 2000 to critical acclaim and remained a network staple until The CW picked it up in 2006 and continued its run until it was cancelled a year later. The Gilmore Girls Revival Event Series will consist of four 90-minute episodes that are essentially being crafted as "mini-movies".

Netflix's "Gilmore Girls" revival hails from Dorothy Parker Drank Here Productions in association with Warner Bros. "And we are all so excited and so thankful".

"We're still dealing with who's going to be in it. We definitely want to see them".


Is Logan back for Rory? While Matt is the first of Rory's loves to sign on for the revival, Sherman-Palladino said she hopes to bring back as many of Rory's old boyfriends as she can.