Netflix still hasn't announced a release date for the much anticipated "Gilmore Girls" revival, but fans won't have to wait much longer to revisit the beloved Stars Hollow set.
The April cover story not only includes images of the mother-daughter duo, but it also gives fans an update on Luke (Scott Patterson) and Lorelai's (Lauren Graham) relationship, Rory's (Alexis Bledel) career and Emily's (Kelly Bishop) life after losing Richard (Edward Hermann).
And Shaw even dishes on some special guest stars including Sutton Foster and Mae Whitman — who played Graham's daughter on "Parenthood."
But perhaps the part we're most excited to read about is show's creator Amy Sherman-Palladino's details on the four final words she plans to end the series with.
After she left the show in season six, Sherman-Palladino remained mum about the four words she envisioned ending the series with, out of respect to the writers who took over during season seven, and in the event that a film would be made.
But now that those (mini) movies are being made on Netflix, we'll finally get to hear them.
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