LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Netflix is bringing back the TV series Gilmore Girls on November 25. Fans of the show are celebrating the revival by popping up 200 Luke's diner locations across the United States, one of those in Arkansas.

"Tomorrow, we will transform the coffee shop into Luke’s diner for a day,” said Nita Westbrook, owner of Andina’s.

Starting at 7 a.m. October 5, customers will be able to drink free coffee at Andina's cafe in Little Rock, just like Lorelai and Rory Gilmore did at Luke's Diner on the TV series.

Westbrook is excited about the pop up.

“The first 250 customers or while supplies last will receive the free coffee, and then we'll have another 250 cups that you can still purchase coffee in an you'll still receive the sleeve.”

Free coffee is great, but it's what's underneath the coffee sleeve that has fans excited. Wwith every free cup of Luke’s coffee there will be a surprise: a snapchat code will be on the cup and will unlock twenty-four hour access to a snap chat filter.

Flannel shirts, aprons, and backwards ball caps has employees taking on the full Gilmore Girl role.

Steve Aker cook’s at Andina’s, he is taking on the full role of Luke from the show,.

“I will research it tonight I promise you,” said Aker. He’ll be enforcing Luke's number one rule to all customers.

“I was reading some material and he doesn’t like cell phones so I'll be reprehending people with their cell phones.”

Akers is joking of course. but he said he wants to give fans the full Luke Diner's experience.

See the full list of pop-up diners here.