Wherever "Gilmore Girls" leads, we'll follow, and from the looks of it we're all headed back to Stars Hollow.
Although Warner Bros. and Netflix have yet to officially confirm the much-discussed revival of the beloved WB series, new photos of classic Stars Hollow locales have begun to pop up online, suggesting a formal announcement might be on the horizon.
Twitter user @caddyglass snapped some choice photos from a recent trip to the Warner Bros. lot where seven seasons of "Gilmore" laughs, love and heartbreak took place. In the two tweets posted below, it's clear that Miss Patty's dance studio, where Rory and former boyfriend Dean spent one fateful night together, has a new coat of paint.
Other photos show what could possibly be Luke's Diner or Taylor Doose's Old Fashioned Soda Shoppe, a table full of delicious baked goods (Sookie, is that you?) and a sign hinting at the return of Mrs. Kim's antique shop.
Take a look below.
TVLine's Michael Ausiello first broke the news of the revival in October 2015, revealing that the series would find a new home on Netflix with four 90-minute mini-movie installments, instead of a full season.
Ausiello also explained that the episodes will take place over the course of one calendar year -- meaning each episode will occur during a different season.
Series creators Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino will reportedly remain at the helm -- returning after their unfortunate Season 7 hiatus -- and cast members Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop and Scott Patterson are said to have started negotiating their returns.
Liza Weil, who played Rory's college frenemy Paris Geller, told The Huffington Post at the "How to Get Away with Murder" Paley Center Panel in November that she "very much hopes to be a part of [the revival]," but didn't confirm her involvement.
Paris Geller or bust, Netflix. Paris Geller or BUST.
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