Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life was among the most anticipated shows on Netflix and spanned over the four seasons of a year. The show ended with Rory confessing to Lorelai that she is pregnant. A recent Netflix post confused fans, who wondered if there are more episodes to come.
Gilmore Girls Netflix reboot happened after the series came to a halt in 2007 after running for seven long years. The reboot consisted of four 88 to 102 minutes episodes based on a season of the year.
Netflix Shares Cryptic Gilmore Girls Post, Fans Confused
On Wednesday, Netflix shared a cryptic tweet with Gilmore Girls fans sending them into a tizzy. The tweet referred to an earlier episode when April, Luke’s daughter, discovered at a Science Fair project that Luke is her real father. However, the image from the episode has been altered to suggest possibilities on who could be the father of Rory’s unborn child.
ET Online reported that the Netflix series ended with a cliffhanger with Rory declaring she is pregnant to her mother. However, she did not reveal the name of the father. At that time, Rory had a boyfriend named Paul, while she was also in an open relationship with ex-boyfriend Logan. Rory also had a one night stand with a man dressed in a Wookie costume.
“Where’s an eighth grade science fair when you need one? #GilmoreGirls,” read the tweet.
— Netflix US (@netflix) December 28, 2016
Gilmore Girls Executive Producer Indicates No More Episodes
A report from People led fans to believe that a future Gilmore girl will look for her father.
The tweet was pretty suggestive of more Gilmore Girls episodes to many fans. But, executive producer Amy Sherman-Palladino said earlier this month that the series is unlikely to have more episodes.
“The old adage is you always want to leave them wanting more,” she told TV Line. “You don’t really want someone to walk away from something you worked so hard on going, ‘Alright. I can move on.'”
She also said that there have not been any more discussions on whether there would be more.
“We pitched this as close-ended,” she also told The Hollywood Reporter. “Netflix and Warner Bros., we all went into this sort of saying that this was it. So there really haven’t been any more discussions about: Is there going to be anything else? I don’t know.”