Alexis Bledel
Actress Alexis Bledel of the TV drama "Mad Men" arrives at the 19th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, California January 27, 2013.Reuters

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life will pick up nearly eight years after we last saw Rory and Lorelai in Season 7. Rory had rejected Logan's proposal for marriage to remain single and concentrate on her career, and when we see her next, we'll find out if she is still single or has finally given her heart to someone.

All three of Rory's exes will be back in Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, and according to Matt Czuchry, Rory and his character Logan have something very special in the revival. "In terms of where things are at the end of these four chapters for Logan and Rory, it's pretty special. I'll say that," Czuchry told Entertainment Weekly. "It's very, very special."

In Season 7, Rory said no to Logan's marriage proposal and Czuchry believes that was the right thing to do. "In the original series, I was happy that Rory said no to Logan because I feel like, at that particular time, it wasn't right for Rory to get married to anybody, and it shows her strength and her independence, which has always been I think a very powerful theme of the show," Czuchry said.
As for her other two boyfriends, Dean and Jess, it was previously revealed that she doesn't end up with Dean in the revival.

David Sutcliffe, who will reprise his role as Christopher Hayden in the series, revealed that he doesn't see Rory with Dean when the series ends. In an interview with USA Today, Sutcliffe said that he is partial to Dean, but "I know they're not going to end up together."

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life will premiere on November 25 on Netflix.