Let the binge-watching commence!
Monday was a great day for basically the entire world, as Netflix announced that all seven seasons of Gilmore Girls will soon be available to watch online in all countries where the streaming service is currently available.
The announcement came through Lorelai Gilmore herself, Lauren Graham, who announced that the global binge-watching will begin on July 1 -- giving fans time to rewatch, and newbies time to catch up on the full series ahead of the show's upcoming Netflix revival later this year.
In the clip, Graham adorably greets us global Gilmore fans in several languages, before teasing us about the revival. "You may have heard that new episodes of Gilmore Girls are coming to Netflix later this year," she says. "We can't wait." Neither can we, Lauren!
"Maybe you've seen Gilmore Girls, or maybe you've never seen it, but always meant to watch it. Either way, now you can," she continues, before giving us all the feels: "Welcome to Stars Hollow. Be careful, we talk fast."
Watch the full announcement below:
While not much is known about the upcoming Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (including its release date) and stars have tried their best to keep tight lipped about the series, Matt Czuchry recently opened up to ET about what it was like to come back for the series' revival.
Reprising his role as newspaper heir and Rory's former flame Logan Huntzberger, the 38-year-old actor couldn't be more excited about the reboot. "The fact that it's coming together feels really, really special for all the cast, all the crew, and for the fans as well," he told ET.
"Those four scripts, it's 90 minute movies on Netflix and they're incredible," Czuchry shared. "[Creators] Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino did an amazing job as to where the characters are, where they've been and where they're going. We'll see how it finishes out in the end, but they did an amazing job with the scripts."
Watch the video below for more.