It鈥檚 been almost two years since Netflix released the four-part Gilmore Girls revival A Year In the Life, and while there鈥檚 been talk on and off about the possibility of more new episodes, the latest news from Netflix doesn鈥檛 sound especially promising.

鈥淲e haven鈥檛 discussed it at all,鈥 Cindy Holland, VP of Original Content at Netflix, said at TCA this weekend, according to ET. 鈥淏ut [creator Amy Sherman-Palladino] knows that we are very big fans of Gilmore Girls.鈥

Netflix鈥檚 November 2016 revival of the beloved series was so popular that it set a record for how many people watched all four feature-length new episodes within 24 hours of their release. (Netflix now calls this 鈥渂inge racing.鈥) After those famous last four words were finally uttered in the revival鈥檚 cliffhanger, Sherman-Palladino said that a continuation was 鈥渄efinitely possible,鈥 even when stars Milo Ventimiglia and Lauren Graham admitted they weren鈥檛 sure that extending the story was a great idea.

鈥淚 think the stories were told,鈥 Ventimiglia, who played Rory Gilmore鈥檚 sometimes-boyfriend Jess Mariano on the series, said in 2017. 鈥淚 think it was great for the audience and fans to get just one small taste of that world again. But, at the same time, I think people should not get so greedy.鈥

Sherman-Palladino and Netflix have talked about additional episodes in the past, with the streaming service making clear that they would be open to exploring a continuation. The Bunheads creator has since premiered her hit dramedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel on Amazon鈥檚 streaming service, but she clarified last year that that wouldn鈥檛 prevent her from working with Netflix on more Gilmore Girls should the stars align. We鈥檙e not losing hope just yet!

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