The seventh season of the WB holdover "Gilmore Girls" has barely started, but many are speculating that this year will be the show's last. Two things have sparked the rumors. Stars Lauren Graham and
Alexis Bledel have been coy about whether they'll return when their contracts expire next spring. Meanwhile, creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and her husband Daniel Palladino exited at the end of last
season after a contentious and ultimately failed contract renegotiation with Warner Bros. Whether "Gilmore" works without them will become clear in the first episode, which was written without them.
Although the show received good early reviews, it also has to soothe viewers who were angry when Graham's Lorelai fell into bed with her ex, Chris, at the end of last season after seemingly breaking
her engagement to soulmate Luke.
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