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"Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life" began streaming on Netflix in November 2016. Facebook/Gilmore Girls

When “Gilmore Girls” was first released back in 2000, a large group of the public tuned in every week, which is why it is not really a wonder why “A Year In The Life” did so well. Because of its success, Netflix has admitted looking into another revival, and while there has been no official announcement of what it could be about, there is a lot of ground to cover.

As Nerdist has reported, producers Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino have a clear idea for how “A Year In The Life” would turn out. They used the time that was provided to them by Netflix, and the general opinion is that it was done well. But as the publication pointed out, there were instances that felt a little rushed.

It was never established how Rory (Alexis Bledel) and Logan (Matt Czuchry) got back together after she refused his proposal. In the revival, the audience was simply thrust into their relationship as it was. Understandable since the setting was a handful of years after the show’s original run, but it nevertheless left audiences wanting to learn more.

And while they did part ways in “Fall,” Rory’s pregnancy opens the door to another reconciliation. But then again, there is also the issue of Jess, who seemingly still had feelings for Rory. “Gilmore Girls” seemed to indicate that he was simply passing through Stars Hallow, but it is possible that he would have chosen to stay.

But there is more to Rory’s love life and her pregnancy to cover, as Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Luke (Scott Patterson) also had their married future to look forward to. The two finally tied the knot after years of going back and forth with the idea, but being married would not have solved all of their problems.

There is also Emily (Kelly Bishop), whom audiences saw fall into a new life after the death of Richard (Edward Herrmann). It was a life that was unimaginable for the old Emily, and it would be nice to see how she actually lived it.

There has been no official announcement that “Gilmore Girls” will be making a full return to the small screen, but Netflix’ chief content officer, Ted Sarandos, hinted at the same. “We obviously loved the success of the show, fans loved how well it was done. It delivered what they hoped,” he said to the UK Press Association (via North West Evening Mail). “We’re really excited about more, and we have been talking to [Sherman-Palladino and Palladino] about the possibility of that.”

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