After watching “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life,” fans now know what Amy Sherman-Palladino always intended for the series. However, the new ending didn’t really wrap up everything.

“The old adage is you always want to leave them wanting more,” Sherman-Palladino admitted to TVLine. “You don’t really want someone to walk away from something you worked so hard on going, ‘Alright. I can move on.’”

She can consider her mission accomplished. After finishing all four Netflix specials, fans are still left with a ton of questions. These are the things we’re still wondering about a week after finishing “Gilmore Girls” (which means there are spoilers for the whole series below):

Will Jess pine for Rory for years to come? Jess’ (Milo Ventimiglia) longing gaze through the window certainly made it look that way.

Who sent Emily that nasty letter? Lorelai (Lauren Graham) maintains that she didn’t do it, and that means someone else harbors a grudge against Emily (Kelly Bishop).

Do Paris and Doyle actually get divorced? Paris (Liza Weil) and Doyle (Danny Strong) definitely still love each other.

Gilmore Girls Paris Doyle Is true love really dead? Paris and Doyle announced their divorce in “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.” Photo: Netflix

Will Michel stay at the Inn since Lorelai is expanding the Dragonfly? Michel (Yanic Truesdale) said he was leaving because there weren’t any new challenges. This new annex would seemingly fix that.

Will Jess publish Rory’s book? He told Rory (Alexis Bledel) to write it, and he does work in publishing. It would be a great reason for them to see each other more often.

Do Lorelai and Luke actually have a baby? They looked into surrogates, but Luke (Scott Patterson) and Lorelai dropped the subject. They never made a clear decision on what they want.

Luke and Lorelai Lorelai and Luke’s baby storyline was never really resolved in “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.” Photo: Netflix

Will Emily react to Lorelai’s getting married early? Emily won’t be happy to find out that she didn’t get to see Lorelai get married again. But will she even find out? Lorelai might keep that a secret.

Will Emily actually stay in Nantucket? It’s hard to imagine Emily staying there forever.

Who is the father of Rory’s baby? It’s almost definitely Logan’s (Matt Czuchry), but it needs to be settled.

Is the baby going to be another Gilmore Girl or is it a boy? Will it be Lorelai the fourth or is a baby Richard coming?

How does Lorelai feel about Rory getting pregnant? Does she want to be a grandmother while Rory is still living at home?

Who does Rory end up with? Of course, there are things in Rory Gilmore’s life that are more important than romance, but “Gilmore Girls” fans love to theorize about Rory’s boyfriends. We’ve all been living with this burning question since 2007, and the revival didn’t do much to answer it.

It isn’t clear if these questions will ever be answered. Netflix has not yet ordered a second season of “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.” As previously reported, Bledel isn’t sure she wants to return to the story.

Sherman-Palladino is open to the idea of more episodes, but she admitted that she hasn’t given any thought to where the story would go after Rory’s pregnancy revelation.

“Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” is now available on Netflix.