Sorry fans of Gilmore Girls, but it seems that until the end of time, the identity of Rory Gilmore’s child dad is a mystery. According to Lorelai Gilmore, Gilmore Girls, the beloved family dramedy, may really, truly be over.
Naturally, all of us believed Gilmore Girls was over in 2007.
The actress— who took up her position as the speaking Lorelai as Gilmore Girls went to Netflix for a recovery session — confessed that during her talk at 92Y in season 8’s A Year in Life it was probably the Swan Song of the show.
Graham disclosed that the only effort at a resurgence was most probable the “special” season.
She told the audience in the talk where she promoted her new book, In Conclusion, Don’t Worry About It. “I feel very pleased, it always feels like a special, limited series. That is where it ends, I think.”
That’s funny because the fans were not happy with the end of the season. And why are we supposed to be? At the last time of the series Rory (Alexis Bledel) chooses in her home to say that she is pregnant, but refuses to let her know who the dad is or if she wants to raise the child.
In May 2017, Graham tricked that the Gilmore Girls could shelve the series that was initially running on WB for the foreseeable future. As Graham informed the audience at the Beverly Hills FYSee case:
“Would I do Gilmore Girls again at Netflix? Certainly, but individuals are more objective than I to say what’s the best for the show.”
We may never see more from Rory and Lorelai.