Alexis Bledel Wasn’t Crazy About How ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’ Ended

Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham
Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham | Amanda Edwards/WireImage

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Gilmore Girls fans are still awaiting word on whether
or not a second season of Gilmore Girls: A Year in
the Life is in the cards. While Netflix hasn’t made an announcement, it
seems several of the key stars from the series are willing to return if the timing
is right. Perhaps, it’s because they found the ending fans were given a bit
unfulfilling. At the very least, Alexis Bledel never imagined walking away from
the series with Rory
Gilmore single and pregnant.

Alexis Bledel was hoping for a different ending to Gilmore
Girls: A Year in the Life

Bledel has made it clear, she trusts Amy Sherman-Palladino’s
vision, but never imagined Rory would be single, pregnant, and without the career
of her dreams. During Deadline’s Emmy Contender Panel in 2017, Bledel admitted
that she had hoped for something different for Rory. She said, “It certainly wasn’t the ending
I was expecting. I told Amy that I hoped Rory would end on a high note. After
all her hard work, I wanted to see her succeed and be thriving. So it was a
hard thing for me to digest.”

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While
Bledel went on to state that she understood that it was always
Sherman-Palladino’s intention to bring
the story full-circle, it’s still hard for fans to see Rory, who was ever-diligent
and introspective, flounder so hard and for so long. Perhaps, though, Rory can
be redeemed in a second installment of the revival. It’s still possible that Bledel,
and her beloved character, will get that final “high note.”

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Lauren Graham seems to have a gripe about the ending of Gilmore
Girls: A Year in the Life

Lauren
Graham, who portrayed Lorelai Gilmore for the duration of the series, reprised
her role in the revival, too. While Lorelai’s own storyline managed to come to
a satisfying conclusion, Graham didn’t feel the same way about Rory’s final words.

Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham | Amanda Edwards/WireImage

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During the 2017 panel, Graham told Deadline
that the ending for Rory wasn’t an ending. “That’s a Cliffhanger,” she
insisted. A cliffhanger it was. Fans walked away from Gilmore Girls: A Year in
the Life with almost no information about what Rory was going to do next. In
fact, it’s possible that Rory was more unsettled at the end of the revival than
when fans first reconnected with her.

Fans seem to

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