Courtesy Warner Bros
Courtesy Warner Bros

WATCH OUT Gilmore Girls fans.

The loved series that wrapped up production eight years ago is being earmarked for a limited reboot courtesy of Netflix.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix has been in discussions with Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino who left the series before its final series, to produce four, 90-minute episodes.

Mother and daughters Lorelai and Rory aka stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel are reportedly attached to the project.

The Warner Bros. series debuted in 2000 with great fanfare. Its original series ran for seven seasons concluding in 2007 after 153 episodes, however its ending left many including creator Amy Sherman-Palladino unsatisfied.

Gilmore Girls has been a smash hit on Netflix since its release on October 1st with a new generation engaging with the mother and daughter story. Netflixs is reportedly in negotiations with Kelly Bishop and Scott Patterson along with Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel.