At the Netflix FYSee panel last week in Beverly Hills, Lauren was asked who the father of Rory’s baby was, and if there would be more revival episodes.
“I can address both and it won’t be satisfying,” she replied. “I will never have a happier day at work as I had over the years on this show or is something that is a fit… it’s a person that I love and in a world that I believe in, with language that I’m thrilled by.
“Would I do it on Netflix again? Sure, but there are people that have better objectivity than I with saying what is best for the show. You could never please everybody… we would just want to make sure it could be pleasing.”
Last month, Lauren and her co-star Alexis Bledel revealed that although they themselves haven’t been in discussions with Netflix, they are open to the idea of doing more.
“I would play [Lorelai] until my dying day,” Lauren said. “From the moment I read the pilot, I felt so connected to Amy Sherman-Palladino’s voice as a writer.
“It was so invigorating and fulfilling to do that work. In terms of an actor, I would never tire of that.”
Graham added that she wouldn’t want to continue for the sake of it, however, stating: “What can we do that is satisfying, and worth continuing, and gratifying to the people who care so much about it?
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“I don’t know if there is a need to do more. I would never want it to feel like we overstayed our welcome. There’s probably a way to keep these characters alive but I don’t know if that’s the best thing for them.”
Gilmore Girls is available to watch on Netflix.
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