Those who have been missing Lorelai and Rory ever since "Gilmore Girls" signed off the air in 2007, we have some good news: Netflix has picked up all seven seasons of the late WB/CW drama.
Decider reported the scoop that the streaming service would start dishing out episodes of the beloved mother-daughter drama, starring Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel, starting on October 1. Stars Hollow, and all of its kooky residents -- including a before-she-was-massively-famous Melissa McCarthy -- will be just a click away.
While all 153 episodes of the series will be available, there is a caveat: Only U.S.-based Netflix subscribers will have access to the Gilmores. Still, this is big news for American fans who have been dying to binge watch Rory and Lorelai toss about witty banter while eating crazy amounts of junk food.
We'll eat to that. Bring on October!
via: Decider, h/t The A.V. Club
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