Drama

'Gilmore Girls' Spoilers: Hit series could return for second revival, Netflix says; Chad Michael Murray returns?

By Daniela Lozano / 2017.03.07
Actress Alexis Bledel attends the premiere of Netflix's 'Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life' at the Regency Bruin Theatre.

There is no doubt that the “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” is one of the hottest series from Netflix right now. Will we see another spin off from Netflix?
Netflix has been a blessing in more ways than one. From original series to actually coining the phrase “Netflix and chill,” and now they are going to release more episodes for the revival of “Gilmore Girls.” According to Bustle, there have been talks of more episodes for the series. Although there are no final decisions on the matter, this is wonderful news for fans all over the world. Just the thought of seeing more of Rory, Lorelai and all the other characters in Stars Hollow gets fans all excited on how the story unfolds. "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" ended on a major cliffhanger that left viewers asking for answers.

Chief content officer, Ted Sarandos, says that there are only talks in the works, but this is a positive thing for viewers of the show. So keep your fingers crossed, "Gilmore Girls" fans! Not only is there a possibility of more Gilmore Girls, but there is a possible return of a resident bad boy, but do not celebrate just yet.

According to People, Chad Michael Murray, who played Tristin Dugray in the original series, has heard of the revival of the CW series. However, the 35 year old actor is not expected to return and reprise his role for he is to take on a much bigger part – being a dad. Murray is expecting his second child with his wife, Sarah Roemer, which lead to the decision of not coming back to the show. He does, however, not have strong feelings against recasting him.

Viewers obviously saw the recasting, but the actor has no hard feelings and is actually applauding the actor on a job well done. “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” is currently streaming on Netflix.

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