And just like that, it's time for Lauren Graham, Scott Patterson, Alexis Bledel and the rest of the Gilmore Girls gang to move out of Stars Hollow. The Netflix revival has wrapped production after three months.
Patterson, Luke Danes to loyal Gilmore Girls fans, tweeted to mark the occasion.
"That's a wrap! Just hand @thelaurengraham the Emmy now! #GilmoreGirls #Netflix #WarnerBrosTV #whatagreatride," he tweeted with the above selfie.
Netflix's revival of the beloved WB/CW series takes the shape of four 90-minute movies, each set during a different season. No premiere date has been announced, but fans should keep an eye out for a return trip to Stars Hollow for later this year.
Along for the ride with Graham, Patterson and Bledel are original series stars Kelly Bishop, Keiko Agena, Sean Gunn, Yanic Truesdale, Liza Weil, Matt Czuchry, Jared Padalecki, Milo Ventimiglia and Melissa McCarthy. Yes, Sookie St. James will be there after much back and forth.
"I went back for a set visit and to see all the sets and everybody back in those shoes again—I got really sentimental. It was nice," McCarthy told E! News at the Time 100 gala. "I think [fans] are going to be really happy. I think they're going to be thrilled."
New additions to the cast include Dan Bucatinsky, Christian Borle and Sutton Foster.
Click through our behind-the-scenes gallery to see snaps from the Gilmore Girls set.