'Gilmore Girls' Revival Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Series Now Available on Netflix; Rory's Love Interest Still As Interesting As Ever
The highly anticipated revival of the comedy drama TV show "Gilmore Girls" is now available on Netflix, which now shows who Rory ultimately ends up with. While many fans were disappointed by the ending of the original series in 2007, most of them have found closure in the revival.
The fictional town of Stars Hollow once again returns to the small screen, as the "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" revival has already been released. Here is a quick recap of what the characters have been up to in the show.
The fate of Rory, played by Alexis Bledel, in the ending of the original "Gilmore Girls" has been quite controversial, as some fans seem to think that she did not get what she deserves. Season 7 ended with Rory and Logan, portrayed by Matt Czuchry, still broken up.
However, the "Gilmore Girls" revival saw the two together, but with a special agreement regarding their relationship. They have agreed to be together only whenever they are in London. Outside the city, the couple will not talk about this, as Logan himself is currently engaged to someone, and Rory has a boyfriend.
When Love Bites
Dean, Rory's first love and played by Jared Padalecki, is shown to be a married man with his own family. Jess, portrayed by Milo Ventimiglia, is still the one consistently coming back to Rory's life even after they broke up early in the original "Gilmore Girls" series. In the revival, though, Jess becomes more like a friend to Rory, being the one who constantly pushes her to be the writer she longs to be.
In the last episode of the "Gilmore Girls" revival, Rory is elated as she tells Jess about finishing a few chapters for her book. Luke, played by Scott Peterson, approaches Jess, asking him if he really was over his love for Rory. Jess assures Scott that the feelings he had for her are long gone, but fans are left with the image of Jess looking at Rory telling otherwise.