It’s been over a month since the Netflix release of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, and the majority of us are still coping with those earth-shattering final four words. Show creator Amy-Sherman Palladino basically ripped out our fangirl hearts and stomped on them, leaving us with no confirmation of a second season or solid hints at who the father of Rory’s baby is.
However, as always, Netflix has come to the rescue. The streaming giant tweeted a throwback to the original Gilmore Girls series, sharing a picture of the science fair project that April used to determine Luke is her father. The image has been edited to include pictures of Logan (the internet's choice for who's most likely Rory's baby daddy) and the forgettable Paul, and a reference to Rory’s one-night stand, the Wookiee.
— Netflix US (@netflix) December 28, 2016
According to Cosmopolitan, the peculiar tweet could be suggesting that a second season of the revival is being planned. Fans' reactions to the tweet were hopeful but skeptical, perhaps hinting that Sherman-Palladino is going to have to deliver an amazing second season (if any) to win back their loyalty.
— Margrietepiet (@mcmraaij) December 29, 2016
— Meredith Johnson (@MeredithRaeJ) December 29, 2016
Until more clarification is given about the future of the revival series, there's always binge-watching the original show to keep us happy!