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Since the series was added to Netflix, fans have puzzled over the abrupt ending, wondering if the cliffhanger indicates there will be another season. I would never want it to feel like we overstayed our welcome.''Now it has become a dialogue with the fans of the show; if it all existed in a vacuum I would play that character until my dying day,' she added, according to Deadline.To that end, Lauren Graham, 50 — who played Rory's mom Lorelai — is still unsure.'What can we do that is satisfying, and worth continuing, and gratifying to the people who care so much about it? With all the romancing on set, casting director Mara Casey said, “We did have a joke about casting all of Alexis’ [real-life] boyfriends… And she also dated a young New York actor named Chris Heuisler, who played a guest role.” We can’t wait to see who Rory is dating in the return!Make sure to grab a cup of coffee and tune in to the four 90-minute episodes of “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” November 25 on Netflix.“But there is something about Jared.” Alexis also had chemistry with resident bad boy Jess, played by Milo Ventimiglia.The two publicly dated for three and a half years before calling it quits in 2006.It's not just that I thought they would look cute together."But, he said, with a laugh, "Even with all of Alexis's amazing qualities, I think that if she had not been such a good actress, he would not have been interested."The couple got engaged in March 2013 after dating for a few months.Gilmore Girls fans were shocked when the recent Netflix revival ended with a huge — and very unexpected — twist for main character Rory Gilmore.
Rory was always at the top of her class and a natural scholar, whom most characters foresaw great success for."They're both very down to earth, with a sense of responsibility and strong family ties.And they've been acting since before they can remember, which makes for a very special personality.The chemistry between Rory and Dean was undeniable on-screen, so it’s not surprising to hear that these two were canoodling in real life, too.“Gilmore Girls" casting director Jami Rudofsky told Life & Style, on newsstands now, “Sometimes with casting, the right person just walks in and you just feel it.