It's been nearly a year since Netflix blessed us with more episodes of Gilmore Girls with the November 2016 reboot, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. "Yeah?" "I'm pregnant." And just like that, the credits rolled, and we were left clutching our wine glasses and tissue boxes, wondering what on earth we'd possibly do with our lives now.
They wanted to know who the father of Rory's baby was and if she was capable of redeeming herself after doing what she did in those four seasonal episodes (we're not going to spoil it for those who haven't seen A Year In The Life yet but if you still haven't seen it, come on, get streaming!). "Because we had to repaint Stars Hollow, and we'll have to repaint it again". Talks between Sherman-Palladino and Netflix have taken place, but some of the show's stars, including Milo Ventimiglia and Lauren Graham, have expressed reservations about extending the story even further. "Because we had to repaint Stars Hollow, and we'll have to repaint it again".
While there is nothing in the works just yet, Sherman-Palladino isn't taking the world of Gilmore Girls off the table forever. "But it's definitely possible". Of course Graham and Bledel said in April they hadn't been contacted about coming back-but I mean, what is with her social calendar if not a revival, right? Everybody was kind of, like, in a room together and we were kind of like, 'Should we do this? When Amy Herman-Palladino signed a deal with Amazon, she hinted that more episodes of Gilmore Girls are actually potentially in the works.
Who doesn't want to have a ton of fun while keeping millions of devoted fans happy?
Whilst speaking to RadioTimes, the writer and director said that Amazon are happy for her to record more episodes if she wants to.