"Gilmore Girls" fans have been Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life," and today, we have two more, which preview two very different scenarios for our titular women: Grieving a beloved family member, and reconnecting with old friends.

The photos, which were debuted by Entertainment Weekly, feature the familiar faces of Lorelai (Lauren Graham), Rory (Alexis Bledel), Emily (Kelly Bishop), and Luke (Scott Patterson), though each image evokes decidedly distinct emotions. The first picture -- which is from the "Summer" episode, a.k.a. episode three -- depicts Emily, Lorelai, and Rory standing in a cemetery, staring wistfully off into the distance as Rory clutches a bouquet of flowers.
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The Gilmore women are no doubt there to visit the grave of the dearly departed Richard, whose death was written into the show to reflect the real-life passing of actor Edward Herrmann. We already know that this will be a major plot point in the revival, with Graham calling the series a tribute to Herrmann's memory, and "Gilmore" creator Amy Sherman-Palladino promising that Richard's death will have a profound impact on Emily, Lorelai, and Rory throughout "A Year in the Life."

The second image is a much lighter affair, with Lorelai and Rory stopping into Luke's diner for one of their signature caffeine fixes. Both women stare lovingly at the proprietor, a reminder of the deep bonds that have forged their friendship over the years. And the snow and holiday decorations outside signify that this photo is from the first episode, "Winter," which opens with Rory returning home to Stars Hollow after an undetermined amount of time.
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While they don't exactly give away anything significant, we're excited nonetheless to have all these previews of things to come in "A Year in the Life." The new episodes can't come soon enough.

The revival hits Netflix on November 25.

[via: Entertainment Weekly]

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