Pending the arrival of the four new television from films of the series, Netflix will post in July seven seasons of Gilmore Girls.

As it had done for the feast at home, offering the eight seasons of the original series to the launch of more Fuller House, Netflix will be soon available to its subscribers the series Gilmore Girls. Aired originally between 2000 and 2007, Gilmore Girls will return with four television films, produced by Netflix.

While waiting to discover what happened to Rory (Alexis Bledel) and her mother Lorelai (Lauren Graham) or Luke (Scott Patterson), fans of Gilmore Girls will plunge into the seven seasons of the series. They will be posted on July 1 on the platform.

Launched in 2000 on The WB network, Gilmore Girls told the adventures of a single mother and her daughter. Netflix in February 2016 officially announced his intention to turn of new components to the series. Good news, all the actors from the original series are part for this sequel entitled Gilmore Girls: a Year in the Life. And for good reason, these four films will follow the rhythm of the seasons. Netflix has not yet announced the date of launch to eager fans, wondering who shares the life of Rory: Dean (Jared Padalecki), Jess (Milo Ventimiglia) or Logan (Matt Czuchry)?