When it comes to Netflix’s Gilmore Girls revival, we’ve been getting a slow and fairly steady amount of teases since it was first announced. From the format (four episodes, 90 minutes each) to the cast (everyone you could want) to the first images (which feature coffee), fans have been gathering up anything and everything the production has hinted at (including those mysterious final four words).
And now for the latest: Lauren Graham appears in a clip for Ellen revealing the show’s official title (h/t EW). The working title was Gilmore Girls: Seasons, based on the episodes’ format (Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter), but the final title has now been decided as Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.
Also in the Ellen clip, Graham talks about how she tries not to cry when talking about the production, because it’s all been so wonderful, “everything fell into place.” She also revealed how much she loves the character of Lorelai, and the “deep connection” she shares with her. She also revealed that A Year in the Life has almost completed filming, which means we should be hearing about a premiere date soon. Watch the clip below:
Netflix also revealed the revival’s first poster, which sweetly declares, “Live more. Laugh more. Eat more. Talk more. Gilmore.” Ok now I’m about to cry …
For everything Gilmore that we know so far, check out our Revival Factsheet. You can check out the new poster below, along with other recently released images. Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life also stars Alexis Bledel (Rory), Kelly Bishop (Emily), Sean Gunn (Kirk), Keiko Agena (Lane), and of course Scott Patterson (Luke).