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The 25th of November 2016 will be remembered for the much-anticipated return of a cult TV show: "Gilmore Girls". The TV show started on October 5th, 2000 and ended in May, 2007. Last year, Netflix decided to pick up a new "season" of the show: 4 movies that will cover a year. As a consequence of that, the title changed to "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life".

'Gilmore Girls' - 'Fall' and the four final words

The seventh season wasn't penned by the original creators Amy and Dan Shermann-Palladino, and they wanted to end the TV series as the originally planned. "Fall" is the last movie and it gives a sort of ending to various storylines: Emily decides to move to her new beach house, Lorelai returns to her "Wild" (the book) experience and she decides that she wants to marry Luke.

Logan and Rory "breaks up" after a night together with the Life and Death Brigade. Jess visits Luke, and when he leaves, he stares at Rory from the window. He is clearly still in love with her. After the heartfelt wedding, that's it: the ending includes a Rory's and Lorelai's moment. This is the dialogue: "Mom?" "Yeah?" "I'm pregnant".

A sequel of 'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life'?

After this shocking ending, will there be a sequel of this "first" Netflix's season? We still don't know it yet. Amy Shermann-Palladino said to the press that for now she just wants the TV show to be in the universe. She worked so hard to get "Gilmore Girls" back, that she is not thinking about what will happen next. It's not a 'no', but it's still not a 'yes'. Scott Patterson and Lauren Graham were more positive in their interviews.

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In particular, Scott will be happy to do something like this every year or two, because it was such an amazing experience.

As a fan of the TV show since its first debut, I am raving for more. The ending is interesting and well-done, but it's not enough to close this story. Rory has to raise from her present condition, we still need to watch her grow and to have her happy ending. "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" is a solid revival, but it doesn't close this saga. Let's hope for another Netflix miracle.