Loved Gilmore Girls? Netflix's new show Ginny and Georgia will be your new obsession
A young, dynamic single mother and her slightly awkward 15-year-old daughter live in a quaint New England town.
The mum's love interest runs the local café while the teenager struggles to navigate life at her prestigious high school.
No, it's not Gilmore Girls (well, it is) – it's the premise for a brand new show.
Ginny and Georgia, coming to Netflix next year, looks set to fill the hole left in our hearts by the hit noughties mother-daughter drama.
It'll follow 30-year-old Georgia Miller and her 15-year-old daughter Ginny as they begin a new life in small-town Massachusetts.
If this feels too close to what went down in Stars Hollow, there are some key differences.
Unlike Lorelai, Georgia came from poverty to build a life for her She's now determined to give her family what she didn't have growing up.
Ginny, though she often "feels more mature than her mother", isn't quite like Rory either; she's described as "angsty and rebellious" and is biracial.
They arrive in their new hometown along with Ginny's younger brother Austin for a fresh start.
Though primarily centred around family, Ginny and Georgia looks set to explore deeper themes like race and class and so promises to be grittier than Gilmore Girls was.
Netflix has started production on the series, reports Deadline, and plans to have it on the streaming service in 2020.