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‘Gilmore Girls’ is Leaving Netflix – Here’s When

Published on October 7th, 2022 | Updated on October 7th, 2022 | By FanFest

Unfortunately, Gilmore Girls will eventually leave Netflix. However, it won’t happen anytime soon. In 2026, Gilmore Girls will depart Netflix according to The Wrap.

According to two news organizations’ findings, Gilmore Girls will stay on Netflix for four more years. Gilmore Girls will reportedly remain on Netflix until July 1, 2026. That implies that the service will retain the rights to broadcast the series in other regions. What’s On Netflix predicted that if it leaves Netflix, it would most likely go to HBO Max.

While Gilmore Girls is still on Netflix, it’s intriguing to learn that the program will go away since the platform previously released the original spinoff, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.

'Gilmore Girls' is Leaving Netflix - Here's When

Although Netflix Originals are usually safe from removal, it has happened before. A Year in the Life will remain on Netflix until November 25, 2026.

This would be ten years since the service split from Winamp. What’s On Netflix announced that A Year in the Life would be streaming on their site for the next ten years.
However, things get murky from there.

Gilmore Girls originally aired from 2000 to 2007 and featured Lauren Graham as Lorelai Gilmore and Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore. A Year in the Life, a revival of the series consisting of four episodes released in November 2016, followed the characters through each season. Since then, there have been rumors about another revival of Gilmore Girls. Addressing the speculation in April 2021, Graham said she would be open to more episodes of Gilmore Girls.

“There is not a plan for it,” she said. “Everyone is doing their own thing. If that came up again, I love that character so much and I love Amy. I will work with her, any time. It would just be a matter of responsibility to the fans and what we could give them that’s deserving of their devotion, or should it just live in reruns. So, I don’t know.” It would just be a question of responsibility to the fans and offering them something deserving of their attention or should it live in repeats? So, I don’t know.”

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