"If you're out on the road feeling lonely and so cold," all you have to do is click over to Netflix where Gilmore Girls will be revived for four glorious 90-minute episodes. Back in October there were tentative reports the streaming giant would revive the series, but according to Vulture the reboot is now confirmed. Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Scott Patterson, Kelly Bishop, Sean Gunn, and Keiko Agena​ are signed on to return—here's hoping Melissa McCarthy will also rejoin the ranks as Lorelai's BFF Suki.

Back in the early 2000s Gilmore Girls was a rare feel-good teen show amidst a sea of darker dramas. Sure, there were a few mother-daughter shouting matches and lots of romantic angst, but nothing really bad could ever happen in Star's Hollow. What's more, apparently this revival will give Amy Sherman-Palladino, the show's creator, a chance to write the ending she never got to. We have no idea what this means, but we are freaking out.

New episodes will begin filming Feb. 2, so it'll still be a while before the revival airs—plenty of time to binge-watch the entire series on Netflix.