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Are We Getting Even MORE 'Gilmore Girls'?

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More season, please. (Netflix)

Late last year, just after America was devastatingly dealt a garbage president, we got four more episodes of Gilmore Girls, the greatest comfort show ever produced. Courtesy of Netflix, the revival included the original cast, showrunner and creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, and brought us all back to Stars Hollow, albeit briefly.

Now the streaming service may bring us more—they are reportedly contemplating a second revival of the series.

"We obviously loved the success of the show, (and) fans loved how well it was done; it delivered what they hoped,” Netflix COO Ted Sarandos told the Press Association, adding, "People were really excited about more ... and we have been talking to (Amy Sherman-Palladino and producer Dan Palladino) about the possibility of that."

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The four-episode revival ended with a hanging storyline, (spoiler!) with Rory telling her mother that's she pregnant, and viewers left wondering who the father is (Logan, Jess, Paul, the Wookie?!) And if this doesn't work out, may we suggest a spin-off focused on Emily Gilmore's new independent life giving tours at the whaling museum?