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‘Gilmore Girls’: Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel Downplay A Second Season Of Netflix Revival

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Gilmore Girls lovers might possess a lengthy delay before another season of the Netflix resurrection Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life plays out. In a panel interview posted by Deadline, Gilmore Girls stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel, who played mother-daughter pair Lorelai and Rory Gilmore to the long-running series, stated that while they adore playing the characters on the precious show, they don’t need to overstay their welcome.

Graham said she’d “play that character until my dying day,” but added:

“I don’t understand whether there is a demand to do more. I’d never need it to feel like we overstayed our welcome. … There’s likely a means to keep these characters living but I don’t understand if that’s the best thing for them

Graham added that, despite lover guess, no deal to get a second Gilmore Girls resurrection season was made and that she’sn’t even been approached about it.

As for Bledel, the performer said she’s “only thinking about telling a narrative that she can relate to and which is dynamic and will hook into,” but she stopped short of guaranteeing any additional experiences for Rory.

“And if this occurs … I don’t understand,” the Gilmore Girls star said. “It’s such an unknown, I don’t believe we expected this would occur.”

TheGilmore Girls resurrection debuted last November on Netflix as four 90-minute episodes that crossed within the four seasons. Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life picked up nine years following the first show ended its seven-season run on the WB, and afterwards the CW, and its own greatly-teased four-word conclusion was a shocker to lovers when it teased a fresh generation of the Gilmore family was on the way.

“It definitely wasn’t the end I was anticipating,” Bledel

I expected Rory would end on a high note. After all her effort, I needed to find her be booming and triumph. Therefore it turned out to be a difficult thing for me personally to digest.”

Graham said the Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life termination was an accurate cliffhanger.

While the Gilmore Girls stars are still in the dark about the near future in their characters, Netflix is really interested in continuing the show, in accordance with TV Guide. Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos disclosed they were in “very preliminary” talks with Gilmore Girls originators Dan Palladino and Amy Sherman-Palladino in regards to the near future of the show.

Needless to say, while Graham has said she and Lorelai Gilmore would play Gilmore Girls alum Milo Ventimiglia believes lovers should sit. Before in 2013, Ventimiglia, who now stars on a small show called This Is Us, told Variety that while he’d consider doing more episodes of Gilmore Girls, he wonders why supporters won’t simply allow the show ending already. Ventimiglia played Rory Gilmore’s on and off boyfriend, Jess Mariano, on the show.

“I do kind of feel like crowds shouldn’t get so selfish,” the Gilmore Girls alum told Variety. “They were given a last portion of pie — why don’t we simply leave it at that?”

While he believes enthusiasts should be content with that last four-episode functioning, Milo did say if he received a call from Gilmore Girls producers to shoot another season, he’d be there no matter how really active he’s with other jobs.

“I remained close for years with Amy and Dan, also to me, I used to be like, ‘Yeah, obviously, I’ll be there,” the performer said. . I don’t care if I’m doing a film in Tunisia, if I’m filming Star Wars wherever, I’ll show up for this since I care about it.’”

Take a gander in the video below to view the preview for Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.

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