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'Gilmore Girls' Reboot, Release Date, News: GG's Script Leaked Online? Luke and Lorelai Will Be Back Together?

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"Gilmore Girls: A Year In the Life" will come in November on Netflix. It's just two months to go before fans watch this series, but there are some details revealed online, so be ready for some minor spoilers.

"Gilmore Girls" series started in 2000, and stopped airing in 2007. It follows the story of a single mom and her daughter.

To give you more details about what to expect on "Gilmore Girls" reboot, Entertainment Weekly shared the first page of the script. The script revealed that Lorelai (Lauren Graham) is sitting on the steps of her gazebo, holding a cup of giant coffee while waiting for Rory (Alexis Bledel), who's flying in to Stars Hollow.

You can check the page images of the script here.

Aside from the script, there are more photos revealed online. In the first photo provide by E News, Luke (Scott Patterson) and Lorelai are having a night out at the Stars Hollow movie theater. Apparently, Lorelai gets a phone call.

EW exclusively shared a photo. It shows Rory and Lorelai is with Richard's wife Emily in a cemetery. Rory is holding a flower, and also Lorelai.

Although there are viewers excited to see the "Gilmore Girls" reboot, the upcoming Netflix also received backlash from the haters. In an exclusive interview with EW, Graham was asked about why the revival has been immune to the vitriol.

"It doesn't feel like a money grab," Grahama answered. "There were perfectly reasonable artistic reasons to return: Our creator didn't finish it," she added.

Bledel also agreed with Graham. She added there were times they found hope to make a move for "Glimore Girls."

"Gilmore Girls: A Year In the Life " will be aired on Netflix on November 25.

To get more spoilers and updates, keep your tabs on University Herald (UH).

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