'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life' release date, spoilers: Lorelai and Luke will get together; all of Rory's exes to appear
Luke (Scott Patterson) and Lorelai (Lauren Graham) are finally together and the two will be working out their relationship in the upcoming "Gilmore Girls" revival. As for Rory (Alexis Bledel), there is no news about who she's with but all of her ex-boyfriends will be showing up throughout the "Gilmore Girls" episodes.
Couple Luke and Lorelai are together at the return of "Gilmore Girls," and it seems that the sparks between them are still very much alive and crackling. During an interview with Bustle Patterson said, "We're together and we're figuring out our next steps. There's definitely some fireworks there."
He also confirms that the sexual tension between Luke and Lorelai will be addressed on the show, repeatedly, now that the fans of "Gilmore Girls" have grown up.
"Addressed again and again and again. And then we drink coffee," teases Patterson.
Meanwhile, Rory's love life and mystery guy are kept off the radar. At the 2016 Television Critics Association summer press tour, E! News reports that Bledel revealed that questions about her love life will be answered somewhere through the show. "Well, we're not supposed to disclose where we pick up with her romantic life, but all of her ex-boyfriends make an appearance in these chapters in one way or the other. I think people's questions are answered by the end of it," Bledel explained.
"Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" is a four-part installment revival of the series that will be airing on Netflix. The four installments are an hour and a half long and are named after the four seasons. The revival will depict Lorelai and Rory's life all throughout the year.
Netflix previewed the first two minutes of the first installment, "Winter," at the 2016 Television Critics Association. It revealed that Rory — who is now living in London — is visiting Lorelai in Stars Hollow.
"Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" premieres Friday, Nov. 25 on Netflix.
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