Gilmore Girls Netflix revival truthers, there's another clue to stoke your Stars Hollow-loving fires. Keiko Agena took to Instagram to share a snap with "the real Lane Kim," Helen Pai. Added to the snap caption? "Good things are coming …"
Everybody with us now: "If you're out on the road, feeling lonely and so cold…"
Anyway, Pai was a producer and script coordinator on Gilmore Girls. She went on to Bunheads and Grimm following the end of Gilmore Girls. She's also pals with GG creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and legend has it the character of Lane Kim was based on her. So with a revival imminent, this meeting is just the right amount of cute to get us excited.
Netflix and Warner Bros. have yet to officially confirm Gilmore Girls is coming back to life, but there is a ton of evidence out there.
1. Netflix's Ted Sarandos told press this at the 2016 TCA Winter Press Tour: "I can't tell you much about Gilmore Girls. We're still working on buttoning down everything before our announcements."
2. Some sprucing up of the Stars Hollow set has gone down on the Warner Bros. lot.
3. Lauren Graham tweeted this after the revival news broke: "DUDES. I can't confirm this. But I also can't deny this..."
4. Everybody is into it. How to Get Away With Murder's Liza Weil told us this recently: "I haven't heard that I'm not coming back. I just haven't officially signed on. I hope to be a part of it!"
The truth is out there, Gilmore Girls fans!