Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life has taken over the lives of Netflix lovers across the globe.
The revival of the noughties TV show has been a smash success, with the show reaching old and new fans alike.
As with all good drama series, there have been a few controversies along the way from those last four words to the coffee cup controversy sweeping social media.
Actors carrying around obviously empty coffee cups are one of my pet peeves. I'm looking at you, #GilmoreGirls.
— gentlyfalling (@gentlyfalling1) November 28, 2016
If you've ever watched the show, you'll know that the girls love to drink their coffee in a slightly unusual manner, clutching the bottom of the cup with their palms flat.
Online outcry over the unusual method has taken over Twitter, with fans speculating that there is, in fact, no coffee in the cups whatsoever.
Why don't they put some liquid in the coffee cups on #GilmoreGirls. They look empty. I'm so tired, guys. I'm so tired.
— Donovan Woods (@DonovanWoods) November 26, 2016
Sitting down with Stephen Colbert on the Late Late Show, GG veteran Lauren Graham effortlessly demonstrated how the method worked, proving that you can indeed drink coffee in this fashion.
“There is always coffee in my cup. Always. That is a pet peeve of mine. I’m holding it. I’m holding it like this. I’m looking at snow, I’m holding the cup. I’m drinking," she said.
"I love the controversies that are cropping up!”
The star also spoke about her love for her classic character and the show.
"The fact that it was sort of the people who brought us back and we got to finish a story that we hadn’t gotten to finish and this character I love so much. I was just a freak, and I had so much appreciation."
"It was actually very overwhelming. I’m not a person who cries very easily, but I cried almost every day.”