Stars Hollow stans, it could be time to dust off your bottomless coffee mug and practice your fast talking: Gilmore Girls star Lauren Graham may have just opened the door to the possibility of a return to Lorelai and Rory’s world.
In an interview with Newbeauty promoting her new book of essays (Have I Told You This Already?: Stories I Don’t Want to Forget to Remember comes out this month), the actress answered a question about the potential return of the Y2K-era hit show in a very interesting way.
“I’m making plans to see Amy [Sherman-Palladino], the creator of the show, in the next few weeks,” Graham, who played Lorelai Gilmore on the show, said. “It’s always a fun prospect to think about and talk about. It used to be more of just talk, but having done it now, we know it’s possible. I think I feel such a responsibility and so much love for the story that I would just want to be sure it was the right time.”
Gilmore Girls originally ran from 2000 to 2007 and returned in 2016 for a four-episode reboot, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.
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Graham’s latest comments are not the only recent clue about a potential return to Stars Hollow. ET also recently spoke with Michael Winters (who played town selectman Taylor Doose on Gilmore Girls) — and the actor shared the details of a conversation that he had with Graham.
“I remember when the reboot was over, I remember talking to Lauren [Graham] and saying, ‘Well, I guess that’s it,’” Winters told ET. “And she said, ‘Well, you know, I don’t know. The fourth movie in that is very open-ended.'”
“She said, ‘It’s very open that we could easily come back,’ ” Winters added.
While nothing is confirmed, it does appear that, at the very least, Graham is open to stepping back into Lorelai’s shoes in the future.