“Gilmore Girls,” the late lamented staple of the old WB Network, which is preparing for a reboot on Netflix, finally has a launch date: Nov. 25.

The network confirmed at the TV Critics press tour Wednesday in Los Angeles a few other details, including this — the new version will have four chapters, each 90 minutes, and each corresponding to a season of the year. (The new version is titled “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.”)

Also of note, Netflix released a short tease featuring returning stars Lauren Graham (Lorelai Gilmore) and Alexis Bledel (Rory), but a little older and as quippy as ever:

Lorelai: “Do you think Amy Schumer would like me?”

Rory: “No . . .”

“A Year in the Life” will be written by original showrunner Amy Sherman-Palladino, along with husband and writing partner Daniel Palladino. No word on additional casting, but plenty of details have already leaked, including: Scott Patterson (as Luke Danes), Keiko Agena (Lane Kim), Kelly Bishop (Emily Gilmore), Sally Struthers (Babette Dell) and Matt Czuchry (Logan Huntzberger).

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Set in the fictional Connecticut town of Stars Hollow — invariably described as “quaint” — the seven-season-long series charted the life, loves and entanglements of Lorelai and her daughter Lorelai — but whom everyone knew as Rory. It ended in 2007.

In other Netflix news, the streaming service announced that the reboot of “One Day at a Time” — Norman Lear’s mid-’70s comedy with Valerie Bertinelli, Bonnie Franklin and Pat Harrington Jr. — will launch Jan. 6. (The new version stars Marcel Ruiz, Isabella Gomez and Todd Grinnell.)

Also: Both “Lady Dynamite” and “Chelsea” got second season pickups.