Alim Kheraj
November 17, 2016 2:42 am
Netflix

While Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life hasn’t even aired yet (literally only eight more days though!), it seems that the cast aren’t calling the Netflix revival an ending.

Could there be more episodes of Gilmore Girls planned than initially expected?

Given that the show’s revival, which starts on Netflix on November 25th, is already receiving rave reviews, and after seeing how excited basically the whole world is for Lorelai and Rory Gilmore’s return, it doesn’t seem out of the question, right?

Well, in an interview with Metro.co.uk, both Alexis Bledel (Rory) and Lauren Graham (Lorelai) refused to rule out returning to the show and we’re jumping for joy.

When quizzed about whether they’d come back for another series, Lauren said that it would all depend on what it meant for Lorelai.

However, then she dropped this bomb about what show creator Amy Sherman-Palladino had in mind for the series.

However, that’s not all that went down during the interview.

Asked (without giving away any spoilers) if they were happy with the way that A Year in the Life ends, Lauren was hesitant to call it the end of the show.

Both went on to reveal that THOSE final four words weren’t even included in the script.

Watch the full interview below.

Okay, so let’s break this down.

While they don’t explicitly say that the show would return, they definitely don’t rule it out, which is quite exciting! In fact, Lauren refused to call it an ending! Also, that little bit of information about how Amy Sherman-Palladino wanted to re-create the Sherlock model of having one-off episodes, a mini-series, or even a #flashback episode is definitely interesting.

Of course, this all depends on how Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life ends and what those fated four last words reveal. Perhaps things will get all tied up or perhaps things will be left open for more visit to Stars Hollow. ONLY EIGHT DAYS LEFT GUYS!

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