The first official trailer for Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life has dropped, and the feels are everywhere as we return to Stars Hollow and get to revisit one of the best mother-daughter duos in television history.
The two minute twenty-six second trailer manages to literally give you all sorts of feelings-joy, happiness, despair, and heartbreak jiust to name a few-and also gives the nostalgic pull by reminding fans that they managed to do something other revivals aren't always able to do-they got literally everyone to come back for the new series.
Here are the five biggest takeaways we got from the Trailer:
Rory and Lorelei Haven't Changed And Are Better Than Ever
Thank god, some things haven't changed. They may have gotten older, but it doesn't matter how many years go by, because Rory and Lorelei are the same they've always been. The chemistry between Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham is as electrifying as ever, and seriously, the envy over the relationship they seem to have is still at an all-time high because they just get along so well. Why can't all mothers and daughters have this relationship? It's just not fair.
Stars Hollow Hasn't Changed Either
While some of the residents seem to have changed appearance wise (Taylor seriously looks like he lost a lot of weight), not much else has changed in this town. Well, except for that vote on whether or not the phone booth would stay or go. That could have changed things.
Richard's Absence Is Being Addressed
While everyone who was involved with the show is definitely back in the trailer (literally, everyone in Stars Hollow will be there), the only person who couldn't come back to the show in a cameo is Richard, since Edward Hermann passed away in 2014. But his absence will be mentioned, with sure to devastate scenes of a funeral as we all say goodbye to Richard Gilmore for the last time.
All Of The Gilmore Women Are Feeling Restless & Adrift
Emily is trying to adjust to life as a widow after 50 years of marriage. Rory is trying to find her place in a world where she has no job and seemingly no idea of the direction she wants things to take. And Lorelei also seems to be feeling some sort of melancholia about her life-which may mean things with Luke aren't as perfect as they should seem.
Jess! Dean! Logan! JESS!
Okay, so we already knew all three of Rory's major love interestes would be back in some capacity. But now we have the proof that Dean, Jess and Logan would all somehow be a part of her life again in some way. And of course that brings so many feelings to the surface, especially since Rory apparently does things like hang out with Jess, which is good because he always helps her get focused on her life again when she can't quite figure things out, and because, well, come on, how perfect would they be together now if they're both grown up and super mature?
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life debuts on Netflix November 25.