Gilmore Girls fans, rejoice. The beloved dramedy is reportedly be given its own revival series on popular streaming giant Netflix. 

The seven-seasons-long series, which debuted in 2000 on the WB (now the CW) and aired its final episode in 2007, followed Rory Gilmore, a quiet teen, and her close relationship with her young mom, Lorelai, in a sleepy fictional Connecticut town called Stars Hollow. 

Last year, the wildly popular show made headlines when Netflix announced it would begin streaming the show on October 1, 2014. A year later, fans are in for even bigger news. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show's creator, Amy Sherman-Palladino, and original stars Parenthood's Lauren Graham and Mad Men's Alexis Bledel are in talks with Netflix to give the show a four-part, 90-minute revival series. 

I can almost taste the coffee from Luke's Diner.

Find out more details on Netflix's negotiations and the revival series' plan here.