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"Gilmore Girls" creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and streaming service Netflix did not see eye-to-eye regarding one crucial aspect of the revival. Sherman-Palladino wanted the revival to be released one episode at a time, but Netflix wasn't too enthusiastic about it.

"I told them I was going to hang myself with a shower curtain if they put them all out at once, and they said, 'Wow, OK,'" she said at a TCA panel, according to TVLine. "It's such a journey and it's such a build to the last four words. However, you don't always get what you want. The good outweighs the bad in the sense that this is a wonderful place to create things and do things in a different way."
Netflix decided to go ahead and release the episodes at once because the streaming service did not want to disappoint fans.

"If we would not have [released them] all at once the fans would've killed us," Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos told TVLine. "I'm petrified of those fans; they are so passionate."

As for the plot, not much has been revealed. But based on an interview David Sutcliffe gave to USA Today, it seems that his on-screen daughter Rory won't end up with Dean, the character that was essayed by Jared Padalecki. Dean is the first of Rory's three boyfriends on the series and Sutcliffe revealed that he has always been partial to Dean. "I know they're not going to end up together, but Rory and Dean seem like a good couple," he said.

Rory's other two love interests were Jess (Milo Ventimiglia) and Logan (Matt Czuchry), and all three of them will be returning for the revival titled "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life."

"Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" will be released on Friday, Nov. 25 at 12:01 am PT.