, provided the series is as energetic as this trailer.Audiences will get to judge for themselves when the show premieres this January on Fox. Hawkins demands that it be released at some other point, of course."I always looked at Logan as somebody who was always trying to push Rory to be the best that she could possibly be in her personal and professional life, so I never looked at it like that.
WATCH: 'Gilmore Girls' Revival: Breaking Down the new Netflix Episodes By the Numbers"I think they were both in the same place at the same time," Czuchry defended.
"Rory and Logan have always had a love for each other that has gone back and forth, and they've never really wanted to say goodbye.
One of the things that stands out is Amy Sherman-Palladino just created a great character there.
That show was incredibly well-written and of course the wit and the fast-pace that made so unique—it was fun to revisit that."While he hasn't seen most of the cast since viewers said goodbye to Stars Hollow over seven years ago, Czuchry, who now stars on CBS' critically acclaimed series , says, "I'm looking forward to seeing everybody who I haven't seen since 2007, pretty much."Of course, we had to know if he's already been preparing his answer for why Rory should've ultimately ended up with Logan over Dean (Jared Padalecki) or Jess (Milo Ventimiglia).
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.