Gilmore Girls
Actresses Lauren Graham (L) and Alexis Bledel (R), stars of The CW network's program 'Gilmore Girls', and the show's executive producer David Rosenthal take part in a panel discussion at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, California July 17, 2006. Reuters/Fred Prouser

“Gilmore Girls” is making a comeback in November, and US Netflix has included the first seven seasons of the show to its roster in preparation for the same. However, there are some details to remember beyond those 157 episodes before “A Year In The Life” starts to show.

It was May 2007 when fans bid adieu to the beloved mother-daughter duo of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore. Fortunately, those working on the show were not ready to leave the title behind any more than fans of the series were. As such, Netflix, with the help of many of the original cast and crew, is releasing “Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life” this Nov. 25 at 12:01am PT (6:01pm in Australia).

'Gilmore Girls' Netflix revival spoilers: Series creator mentions 'one thing' that could have stopped 'A Year in the Life' plans; why they're dropping all four chapters at once

It will feel like coming home.

As mentioned earlier, the original cast is coming to reprise their roles in the upcoming four-episode season. Lauren Graham (Lorelai), Alexis Bledel (Rory) and Kelly Bishop (Emily) will return as the witty and fast-talking Gilmore girls. Meanwhile, the supporting cast is also in full attendance with Melissa McCarthy (Sookie), Liza Weil (Paris), Keiko Agena (Lane), Yanic Truesdale (Michel) and Sean Gunn (Kirk) returning to set as well.

In addition, Scott Patterson (Luke) will reprise his role as Lorelai’s main love interest. The 58-year-old has admitted that his and Lauren’s characters are still together but not married. David Sutcliffe (Chris, Rory’s father) will also make an appearance. Jared Padalecki (Dean), Milo Ventimiglia (Jess) and Matt Czuchry (Logan), who were Rory’s boyfriends, are also set to return. However, the final “Gilmore Girls” season does start with Rory being single.

'Gilmore Girls' revival update: Milo Ventigmilia, Jared Padalecki, Matt Czuchry officially sign up to reprise roles

It will happen in real time.

The show will not pick up from where it ended nine years ago. Instead, it will pick up where the characters’ lives are as if the show has been going on for almost a decade. Lorelai and Luke, while still together, must face whether or not they should take the next step. Rory, on the other hand, is at a crossroads in her career.

Furthermore, the show will also touch on the death of Edward Herrmann, who played Richard Gilmore, the head of the family.

It will be witty, but incredibly sad.

With the original “Gilmore Girls” producers -- Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino -- at the helm, the girls will be as quick as they have ever been. However, Lauren’s interview with E! News indicated that it the end will also be a tearful one.