There was much excitement when it was announced that Gilmore Girls would be coming back with a four part series on Netflix.

Shooting on the project began in February, and the official title for the show was revealed when Lauren Graham (Lorelai) was interviewed on Ellen, in an episode that will be airing in the US on Monday.

The show will be called Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. Not the most original title, but it gets to the point. Each of the four episodes will be 90 minutes long and be set in a different season.

The original Gilmore Girls series ran between 2000 and 2007, and followed the lives of single mother Lorelai and her teenage daughter Rory, in the small Connecticut town of Stars Hollow. Melissa McCarthy also co-starred, as did Sean Gunn, brother to Guardians of the Galaxy director James.

No plot details have been leaked so far, but since the actress who plays Rory (Alexis Bledel) just had a baby, it’s possible her pregnancy will be written into the show. They will also have to deal with the loss of Richard Gilmore, played by actor Edward Hermann who passed away on New Year’s Eve 2014.

No official release date has been confirmed for the show.


Via TVLine