If you're out on the road, feeling lonely and so cold... Ah, you know that feel-good rush when you hear the opening credits of Gilmore Girls? Get ready, because its revival (as a miniseries with four, 90-minute episodes) arrives on Netflix on November 25.

After rumors, stills, and teasers, we've finally been gifted with the first full trailer today, and that familiar tune is still there—except sung in a slightly different version. And that's okay! Stars Hollow has grown up, the Gilmore girls are Gilmore women... Hell, we've grown up a lot too. (After all, it's been nine years since the show went off air in 2007.) The marketing for the 2016 reunion has been a little too live, laugh, love, a little too pumpkin spice latte wave, but it's impossible not to get a little giddy—okay, a lot giddy—thinking about Lorelai and Rory Gilmore (the titular mother/daughter duo) back together again, still talking a hundred miles per hour, eating junk, and addicted to coffee. 

In the two-and-a-half-minute trailer, we get a glimpse of Stars Hollow's important players (with the exception of Richard Gilmore, who shows up in painting form because actor Edward Herrmann died early last year *tears*). Rory's best friend Lane and her mother, Mrs. Kim, are also absent from the trailer, though they are set to appear in the show. Emily Gilmore, miraculously, looks exactly the same. Kirk somehow gets an invite to Emily's dinner. Michel is still salty and fabulous. Rory has "no job or underwear" (girl what), and Jess is fully a grown man now (helllllo). Melissa McCarthy is saved for last, funny to watch now, because of how famous she's become since her run as Sookie St. James on Gilmore Girls

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life hits the Netflix stream the day after Thanksgiving, on Nov. 25.