Netflix Accidentally Took 'Gilmore Girls' Down & the Internet Pretty Much Lost It

While we were all less than thrilled to log onto Netflix on October 1st to discover that tons of our favorite shows — including 30 RockFriday Night Lights and One Tree Hill — were removed from the streaming platform's offerings, many Netflix users were (understandably) freaking out to discover that Gilmore Girls was part of the missing shows, and they hadn't been warned about it. Not cool.

As Hello Giggles reports, as tons of users tried to use their Sundays to squeeze in a Gilmore Girls binge (as one does) and noticed the show was mysteriously gone, the Internet basically went into crisis mode and lost its damn mind:

Even Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator of Hamilton, vented his frustration to the Internet, along with a ~v pressing~ question for Lauren Graham a.k.a. Lorelai Gilmore.

Luckily, the whole thing was because of a glitch in Netflix — not because the streaming service somehow made the tragic mistake of not allowing Gilmore Girls fans to find out whether Luke and Lorelai end up together. Phew.