"If you're out on the road, feeling lonely, and so cold," you may be able to stop back into Stars Hollow very soon.
News of Gilmore Girls' rumored revival (Netflix and Warner Bros. have yet to officially say they're getting the Gilmore gang back together for what's supposedly four 90-minute movies) swept the Internet this fall and now there's even more evidence (aside from some coy tweets from Lauren Graham that read, "DUDES. I can't confirm this. But I also can't deny this...") that may prove we're getting new adventures of Loreali and Rory Gilmore very soon.
Twitter user @CaddyGlass did some snooping around the exterior of Miss Patty's dance studio got a paint refresher and there's some familiar props making their way back to the Warner Bros. lot where Gilmore Girls was shot.
Warner Bros. declined to comment. And yes, we are aware Stars Hollow is not a real place and the town set is used for other Warner Bros. productions, including Pretty Little Liars and the recently canceled Hart of Dixie.
News of Gilmore Girls' revival broke in October 2015, months after the cast reunited to celebrate the show's 15th anniversary with a panel at the ATX TV Festival. Series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino is said to be writing the revival alongside husband Daniel Palladino. At ATX, talks of a televised reunion came up, but Sherman-Palladino denied anything was happening."Nobody here hates each other. That's very important...if it ever happened, I promise you we'd do it correctly…It would have to be the right everything — the right format, the right timing, the right way. It would have to be honored in a certain way and I think that if you look around, we would all jump in and do it."
Graham also discussed a reunion this summer, but said, "I have no idea, that would be up to Amy and other people. I think because Amy didn't get to finish the show there is an unusual willingness to see what that would look like, so we'll see!"
When E! News caught up with Paris Geller herself, Liza Weil, the How to Get Away With Murder star played coy about her involvement. "I haven't heard that I'm not coming back," Weil told us. "I just haven't officially signed on. I hope to be a part of it!"
Gilmore Girls is far from the only pop culture property getting revived, or in some cases rebooted. Check out what other TV shows are in the works (and whether their a good idea).