Credit: Netflix

Credit: Netflix

Ahead of the brand new series of Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life dropping on Friday, November 25, streaming platform Netflix have today released some interesting research into the viewing habits of mothers and daughters.

Revealing that a massive 62% of mother-daughter duos think sharing television shows helps build a stronger relationship, could the small screen be the key to a better kinship between parents and offspring?

Delving deeper into the psyche of those surveyed, the research also found that 39% of respondents already thought they were like 'two peas in a pod', sharing a relationship not dissimilar to Gilmore Girls' characters Rory and Lorelai Gilmore.

Rory and Lorelai Gilmore / Credit: Netflix
Rory and Lorelai Gilmore / Credit: Netflix

31% however found themselves to be polar opposites, much like Lane and Mrs. Kim, but admitted that they only wanted what was best for one another.

Finally, 30% knew that their relationship could be complicated, like Lorelai and Emily Gilmore's, but they cannot imagine living life without each other.

Check out the brand new teaser for the upcoming series below:

Seasons 1-7 of Gilmore Girls are available to stream now for catch-up ahead of next week on Netflix.


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