Why ‘Gilmore Girls’ is Most Likely Done Forever (For Real This Time)

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The brains behind Gilmore Girls and Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life might be a little too busy to bring us a second season.

Television genius couple Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino, who created Lorelai and Rory (honestly pop culture icons) signed a multi-year deal with Amazon. That basically means they’ll be creating and developing new projects for Amazon for multiple years. Pretty self-explanatory…but also pretty sad.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, “the deal also means it’s highly unlikely Sherman-Palladino and Palladino will revive Gilmore Girls anytime soon.”

So all the back-and-forth guesswork and interrogation of Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham about a potential second season of A Year in the Life can stop. Unless we want a repeat of season seven and reluctantly welcome a new person to run Gilmore Girls, it’s probably not going to happen.

We’d also rather not have Palladino and Sherman-Palladino squeeze out a rushed second season in between their hectic Amazon schedule. So…we might be okay with this.

And honestly, we think Graham and Bledel will be, too.

Folks, I think we can say our goodbyes to Gilmore Girls, for real this time.

Anne Catherine Demere
Anne Catherine Demere is an intern with Femestella. She is almost too passionate about pop culture and the entertainment industry and she loves to write about it. One of her favorite things is when feminism and pop culture overlap. She's either starting a new TV show or in class, there's no in between. And those two rarely coincide.