Melissa McCarthy Only Spent A Single Day Shooting The Gilmore Girls Revival

Actors Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham attend the premiere of Netflix's "Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life" at the Regency Bruin Theatre on November 18, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. There's such an authentic, unabashed sense of life in the character, as silly as he can be, and we want to see him in every episode of the new chapters.

For this Gilmore Girls superfan, the release on Thursday of four new mini-movies called Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life is surreal.

However, unlike Amazon's recently debuted The Grand Tour - aka a exhausted Top Gear redux - the new Gilmore Girls is comfortable with itself and has somewhere to go besides around in circles.

Edward Herrmann as Richard sitting on a couch with Kelly Bishop as Emily in a "Gilmore Girls" promo image.Warner Bros. "We had [Melissa McCarthy] for one day and of course we threw her, like, a 10-page scene, because, why not?" It's your choice. There will be four episodes lasting 90 minutes each.

From the beginning, she had the show's last four words planned out, but they were never said because of the aforementioned contract dispute.

Rory's return home seems to be a major storyline for the revival as A Year In The Life will likely chronicle the character's journey of discovering what she wants out of life all over again.

"It would be great if people who wanted to see the last four words first got some therapy first and got rid of that inclination", she said during a panel at Netflix's TCA press tour. Only one thing is certain, and that is that all of the key characters of the original series have chose to participate in this long-awaited comeback.

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The feel of the show was mainly due to the creative minds of its creators Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino.

One thing that made Gilmore Girls such a success was its clever dialogue and witty scripts, differentiating the show from any other family drama on television.

And does it end with "A Year in the Life"?

A simple question to Sherman-Palladino about returning to the sets on the Warner Bros. lot ignites a verbal barrage. We put these together.

The lovely actress told Ellen about her magical return to the much-anticipated "Gilmore Girls" set, and shared how she keeps her cool. "Amy told us at different times what they were going to be and I think we were both surprised".

Fans of the show have been coming up with various interesting theories ever since they came to know that the girls are coming back.