When you're in Stars Hollow, you're never too far from a friend.
Chances are you were so excited for the Netflix reboot, "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life," that you finished all four episodes in two days.
Here are some shows you should binge-watch next.
Lauren Graham stars in this NBC hit as Sarah Braverman, a single mother. Sound familiar? It may take some time getting used to seeing her with Hank (Ray Romano) instead of Luke or Christopher, but you'll surely fall in love with the Braverman family -- perhaps more so than the Gilmores. (Credit: NBC)
'Mike and Molly'
Satisfy your comedic appetite by watching Melissa McCarthy and her TV counterpart, Mike, played by Billy Gardell, in "Mike and Molly." (Credit: Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. / Robert Voets)
'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'
While New York City isn't anything quite like the peaceful Stars Hollow, our resilient Kimmy is faced with growing up and being self-sufficient after years trapped underground. Rory, too, must adapt to life outside Stars Hollow when she leaves for Yale. (Credit: Netflix / Eric Liebowitz)
'Parks and Recreation'
Just as Taylor Doose acts as the town leader for Stars Hollow, Leslie Knope runs the show as the deputy of the Parks and Recreation department in Pawnee. (Credit: NBC / Colleen Hayes)
'Hart of Dixie'
Bluebell may as well be the south's very own Stars Hollow. And Zoe Hart's love triangle with Wade and George is reminiscent of the Rory-Dean-Jess love triangle; it will have even the closest friend groups fighting over which guy is best. (Credit: The CW)
'One Tree Hill'
Lucas and Karen have a strong parent-child bond, just like Lorelei and Rory. Plus, The CW show is set in Tree Hill, a small -- but extremely dramatic -- town. (Credit: Getty Images / Frank Micelotta)
Logan Huntzberger is not the only Logan in our lives. The local bad boy and ex-boyfriend of Mars is Logan Echolls. Catch Kristen Bell as Veronica Mars as she works closely with her father, Sheriff Keith Mars, to solve the mystery of her best friend's murder, other cases in her home of Neptune, Calif., and eventually going off to college. (Credit: Warner Bros / Robert Voets)