Netflix released four new feature-length episodes of "Gilmore Girls" last week much to the delight of fans of the show, who have no doubt had a weekend Netflix binge catching up with the characters of Stars Hollow. It has been a long nine years since characters such as Lorelai, Rory, Luke and Emily had graced our screens, but it was well worth the wait. However, the shocking ending to the fourth episode, Fall, which we had been informed would be the last words ever on the show left many fans furious with how the story seemingly ends.

'Gilmore Girls' -- is this the end?

Although many believe that the "Gilmore Girls" story has now reached its conclusion following the four episodes released on Netflix last week, creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has not ruled out more episodes of the popular series just yet.

When asked by The Hollywood Reporter about the possibility of more "Gilmore Girls" episodes in the future, Sherman-Palladino claimed that she was waiting to see how "A Year in the Life" was received by fans first.

Sherman-Palladino and her husband (and co-creator of "Gilmore Girls"), Daniel Palladino, left the show after season six following a contract row which meant season seven -- the end of the original run of the show -- didn't end the way the couple had originally planned. However, the recent Netflix revival has allowed them to finish the story the way that they had intended with Sherman-Palladino saying "We really had a very specific journey in our minds and we fulfilled the journey."

"The Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" cliffhanger ending has led to much speculation, mainly from fans asking if there will be more episodes to follow -- something Sherman-Palladino acknowledges but refuses to commit to, simply stating "whatever happens, happens." Given the amount of interest surrounding the show's revival, there isn't much doubt that Netflix will be interested in bringing back the show for another run, however, it may prove difficult to coordinate given the busy schedules of both the cast and the producers moving forward.

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