On Nov. 25, 2016, “Gilmore Girls” fans returned to Stars Hollow for the first time in nearly a decade with the four “A Year In The Life” specials, and ever since, they’ve been wondering if it will come back. It seems like it’s still a possibility.

In July, Netflix’s VP of original content, Cindy Holland, implied that the door is open if the creative team wants to return. “We haven’t discussed it at all,” she said (via TVLine). “But [series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino] knows that we are very big fans of Gilmore Girls.”

They could easily get the cast together if Sherman-Palladino wants to return. Lauren Graham, who plays Lorelai Gilmore, is cautious but ready to play the leading lady once more if the story is right.

“I, on the one hand, could do it forever, and then you have to step back and consider what’s best for the show and what’s best for what [Amy and Dan Palladino] want to do. They’re doing another show now,” she told E! News last year. “You never want to stay too long. I thought the way we got to do it was perfect, and I want more too.”

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It seems like the team is open to returning for another "Gilmore Girls" reunion. Netflix

Graham is, of course, referring to “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” The comedy scored eight Emmys and two Golden Globes for Season 1, and it will return to Amazon Prime for Season 2 next month. The period show appears to be time-consuming, but Sherman-Palladino isn’t beholden to one streaming platform.

“We carved out a little niche for ourselves with Amazon saying that if we ever want to do it, if the girls and us get together and we have a concept that works, then we have the freedom to do it,” Sherman-Palladino told RadioTimes last year.

In January, Sherman-Palladino said a second installment of the “Gilmore Girls” revival was a possibility. “I think [we would do more] if the time is right and everybody is in the mood — because that’s how it happened before. We all sort of saw each other at a festival and kind of went, ‘Hey! No one hates each other.’ And decided to do it,” Sherman-Palladino told Us Weekly. “[It] could happen again — absolutely.”

As for the story, Dan Palladino added that they do not have a concept for the story yet because they really aren’t sure when “Gilmore Girls” will return. “It really just depends on when we do it. We can do it a year from now, two years, five years, 10 years. It would be different,” he added.

So it looks like a second “Gilmore Girls” revival is definitely a possibility, but it doesn’t seem like it’s coming anytime soon.