"And I think it's a little uncomfortable for [Rory] even though she's kind of putting on a brave face that she's fine with it.
I think she's actually not that emotionally connected to it.
But nothing was ever set in stone." Indeed, but that wasn't the worst of it.
, which ran from 2000 to 2007, was suddenly canceled by The CW after season 7, leaving many questions up in the air.
But even so, Czuchry is grateful for the time he did work with the cast — and writers.
Rory and Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham) had so much dialogue each episode, that scripts were much longer than the average TV series.
So I had watched all the episodes up until that point for research; that one I wanted to leave as just something special on set." It sounds like Czuchry has no intention of changing that anytime soon, saying, "I have no plans to watch it." In contrast, it sounds like he will be tuning in for when it premieres in February.Like the long-lasting legacy will air on CBS All Access, with the exception of the first episode, which will premiere on CBS.In addition to Baranski and Jumbo, Sarah Steele and Gary Cole will reprise their roles from the original series.Logan is engaged to a French socialite named Odette, and, until the very end of the final episode, Rory is in a nearly three-year relationship with an unbelievably forgettable man named Paul."I think they were both in the same place at the same time," Czuchry defended.Over the course of the four 90-minutes episodes, fans discovered that not only are Rory and Logan still seeing (and sleeping with!