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‘Gilmore Girls’: Beloved Series Coming To Netflix In October

Thu, September 11, 2014 2:30pm EDT by Add first Comment
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‘Gilmore Girls’ is making its long-awaited debut on Netflix in October. Stock up on your coffee now because this show is seven seasons of binge-watching bliss.

Best. News. Ever. Gilmore Girls, the darling show that never should have been canceled, will be heading to Netflix in October! All seven seasons will be available to stream whenever you’d like! Lorelai (Lauren Graham), Rory (Alexis Bledel), Luke (Scott Patterson)…it’s been too long.

‘Gilmore Girls’ Coming To Netflix — The Perfect Show To Binge-Watch

Starting October 1, Gilmore Girls will be available on Netflix, Decider reports. All seven seasons. All 154 episodes.

Gilmore Girls will now have a permanent spot in all of our queues, and rightfully so.

The beloved show ran from 2000 to 2007. Gilmore Girls focused around the fast-talking mother-daughter duo, Lorelai and Rory. Their severe (and possibly unhealthy) dependency on coffee, Rory’s very debatable love life (Team Jess!), the weekly Stars Hollow events, Kirk (Sean Gunn), Lorelai’s romance with Luke and the Friday night dinners with Emily (Kelly Bishop) and Richard (Edward Herrmann) were the very things GG fans looked forward to every week.

Who can forget the love triangle between Jess (Milo Ventimiglia), Rory and Dean (Jared Padalecki)? (I will never forgive Dean for dumping Rory at the dance marathon.) Don’t even mention the name Logan. (Not a fan.) Remember when Rory decided to go to Yale after a lifetime of being a Harvard girl? Also, Paris Gellar (Liza Weil) was single-handedly the second best thing about the show.

We waited anxiously for four seasons for Lorelai and Luke to finally admit their feelings for each other. Their kiss in the season four finale? EPIC.

Let’s not even bring up the closing moments of this special show. Many tears were shed as the Gilmore girls ended the show at Luke’s Diner.

The show also featured notable stars, including Melissa McCarthy, Adam Brody and Chad Michael Murray.

I’m still holding out hope for a Gilmore Girls movie. Lauren Graham is up to it. Let’s make it happen!

Oh, and here’s that classic Carole King theme song. It never gets old.

HollywoodLifers, how excited are you about all seven seasons of Gilmore Girls coming to Netflix?

— Avery Thompson

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