‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’ Revival News & Update: Matt Czuchry Reveals the Paternity of Rory’s Child

By Jyotirupa Sarma , Updated Dec 05, 2016 07:59 AM EST

Makers initially stated that "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" will be the final season of the series. But Season 8 of "Gilmore Girls" is another cliff-hanger as the much-hyped final four words again raised questions in series' followers' mind. The final four words were "Mom?" "Yeah?" "I'm pregnant." But now Matt Czuchry has the answer. 

The shocking end of 'Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life' has left the audience perplexed. Rory never showed any interest in babies in the series and suddenly she is pregnant. Now fans want to know about the paternity of the child which again igniting the hope of a renewal of the series. However, fans can heave a sigh of relief as Matt Czuchry has the answer to all their queries.

In an interview with The Huffington Post, Matt Czuchry (Logan Huntzberger) has revealed that he and the show's creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino know the paternity of Rory's child. The show's creators have told him who the father is. The report further said that the mere fact that Czuchry knew the answer give more weight to the theory that Logan is the father of the child. However, according to the same theory, Rory will end up with Jess.

 "In terms of those last four words, it really is Amy and Dan's last four words... They did tell me who is the father of that baby", Matt Czuchry  noted.

Meanwhile, Sherman-Palladino in an interview with Entertainment Weekly revealed that Rory might opt for an abortion. At the same time, she stated that the creators don't have any clear idea about Rory's future. Sherman-Palladino also said that "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" has an open-ending because life is open-ended. Lorelai and Emily are finally settled now but the creator of the series wanted to focus on the fact that life is never settled.

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