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*If you DON'T want to know anything about the Gilmore Girls revival then look away NOW*

The highly anticipated Gilmore Girls reunion series is coming in only a few months, and we all have a million and one questions we'd like answered.

But the question that's coming from left, right and centre is: Who does Rory end up with?

Dean (Jared Padalecki), Jess (Milo Ventimiglia) and Logan (Matt Czuchry) have all confirmed that they're coming back for the revival, so honestly, it could be any one of them.

However, pulling the typical dad move, David Sutcliffe, who plays Rory's dad Chris, has spilled the beans and revealed which man she doesn't end up with.


While on USA Today, David was asked which fictional boyfriend he thinks Rory should be with, and he replied with: "I'm not even sure where she's at, but I'm partial to, who's the first boyfriend?"

To which the presenter says, "Dean."

"Yes, Dean. I was going to say Jess, but I mean Dean. I know they're not going to end up together but, Rory and Dean seem like a good couple."

So, there you have it, ladies. She's NOT going to end up with Dean.

Now all bets are on for Jess and Logan (and we really can't choose).



Whether you are team Dean, team Jess or team Logan (is anyone really team Logan?), we just want to see as many of Rory's love interests make an appearance in the upcoming revival as possible. 

Just a matter of weeks after it was confirmed that Matt Czuchry would be reprising the role of Logan in the Netflix reboot, Milo Ventimiglia dropped this bomb on us. 

Yes, being firm members of team Jess, we can confirm he will be returning to Stars Hollow and it will be amazing. 

Just because we can see no other ending for Rory other than with Jess, we would still love to see Jared Padalecki make a triumphant return as Dean, just for the inevitable ensuing drama obvs. 

Three months back, Netflix closed a deal with Warner Bros. for a limited-series revival of Gilmore Girls written by series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and executive producer Daniel Palladino.

Additionally reports suggested that revival would consist of  90-minute episodes. Which is practically the length of a film. So really, we’re getting four Gilmore Girls films! Kind of, but it’s exciting to think of it that way.

But in a cool twist, the show's creator, Amy Sherman-Palladino has revealed that the four parts will take place over a year, with each episode set during a different season. 

A contract dispute with Warner Bros back in 2006 meant that Amy had to bow out of writing the show's final season, and so she never got to create the perfect ending for Lorelai and Rory.