Gilmore Girls
"Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life" consists of four 90-minute episodes entitled "Winter," "Spring," "Summer" and "Fall." YouTube/Netflix US & Canada

Warning: Spoilers ahead

“Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life” provided fans with a cliffhanger ending that creator and executive producer Amy Sherman-Palladino always intended. And while it was a fitting ending and worthy of the entire series, it left many fans wondering one all important question.

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In the last few minutes of the Netflix revival, Rory Gilmore (Alexis Bledel) and Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham) sit at the Stars Hollow gazebo after Lorelai and Luke Danes (Scott Patterson) finally get married. Then Rory grabs the attention of her mother, and she breaks the news that she is pregnant. And just as Lorelai turns to her, as shocked and confused as the audience, the screen quickly turns black.

Rory is not without her relationships, and it is widely accepted that Logan Huntzberger (Matt Czuchry) is the father of the child. However, Jess Mariano (Milo Ventimiglia) is also shown to still have feelings for Rory. There is a popular theory that Logan is the Christopher Hayden (David Sutcliffe) to Rory’s Lorelai, while Jess is Rory’s Luke.

Entertainment Weekly was able to discuss this with Milo during the Critic’s Choice Awards on Sunday. The 39-year-old actor revealed that both Amy and Dan Palladino told him about what would happen over dinner. Furthermore, that he would be pleased if Jess turned out to be like Luke one day.

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On the other hand, The Salt Lake Tribune caught up with Matt, who loved the way that “Gilmore Girls: A Year In life” played out. “For me, when you look at everything in its entirety and you look at the seven seasons and you look at these new four chapters, to me it's full circle,” he explained. “To me it is much more an ending than a cliffhanger."

Matt also said he was pleased with the reactions of audiences, because it proves how well “Gilmore Girls: A Year In life” was made. “If they were tired of it, if they didn't want any more and they were done with it, then we'd be having a different conversation” he said. “So if fans want to have more, that's great.”

Watch the trailer for "Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life"