Everyone on my Facebook feed is hyped about the return of the Gilmore Girls on Netflix.
Except for me. I didn’t watch it the first time around. I actually had to Google Gilmore Girls to see what I was doing while everyone else was watching this delightfully witty show. It first aired in 2000, which means I was chasing around a 2 year old and working full time with a fairly stupid commute. We didn’t have tons of time for watching TV back then, so I’m pretty sure Rick and I were watching things we could both get into, like Firefly. Or may I’d let Rick watch football while I played Tomb Raider.
(Psst: This post is sponsored by the cool folks at Netflix, who let me watch for free. My eyeballs thank them. But my opinions are still my own.)
But here’s the cool thing about Netflix. All 7 years of the Gilmore Girls are right there, waiting. So I’ve got a few days to catch up and see what the fuss is all about. Besides, my pals at Netflix sent me this cool candle, so I’m intrigued now.
Netflix sent me a binge watching candle. They know me so well. ❤️❤️❤️ @netflix #streamteam #gilmoregirls #netflix #netflixbinge
Binging Netflix is a bit like opening a fresh bag of chips: you just can’t help yourself. I recently watched a whole season of Dark Matter, and then a year of Super Girl. I’m ready for something new, so Gilmore Girls, you’re up.
Do you need to brush up on your Stars Hollow trivia? Then head over to Netflix and watch a season or three of Gilmore Girls while you’re prepping for Thanksgiving. It works great on a ipad! Then on November 25, claim the best spot on the couch and fire up Gilmore Girls: a Year in the Life.