Alexis Bledel
Cast member Alexis Bledel arrives on the red carpet for the film "Violet & Daisy" during the 36th Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) September 15, 2011. Reuters/Mark Blinch

When Netflix released “Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life” last year, thousands of fans binge watched all four 90-minute episodes to get to the highly buzzed about last four worlds. And while the words were both shocking and well-placed, it did open up the possibility for a series sequel.

Warning: Spoilers ahead.

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Speculation regarding another “Gilmore Girls” season began almost as quickly as the four-part Netflix revival was rolled out. Another season would definitely help fans come to terms with everything that happened in the lives of Rory (Alexis Bledel) and Lorelai (Lauren Graham). Fans have been particularly itching to know who the father of Rory’s baby is and whether Rory ends up with Logan (Matt Czuchry) or Jess (Milo Ventimiglia).

“I haven’t heard anything [about a sequel],” Bledel told reporters at Hulu’s Television Critics Association press day on Saturday in California. What is arguably more interesting, however, is that the 35-year-old actress was not even sure if she would want to reprise her role as Rory. “I don’t know,” she said when pressed about the issue. “It hasn’t been a conversation as of yet.”

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If a sequel to “Gilmore Girls” were to come about, Bledel confirmed that it would be about telling a great story. However, she also said it would depend on the timing, as it was with the Netflix revival.

“It all came so naturally in a way. We had the fan reunion in Austin. We picked up momentum from there and it really seemed like the right thing, so all of us are just wanting to tell a good story. I think that came together for us in ‘A Year in the Life,’” Bledel said. “The only thing I can only say about a future installment, it would be about the story and certainly about the timing. We want to tell a great story.”