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For nine years, fans of "Gilmore Girls" wondered how Rory Gilmore's love story would unfold.

With the Netflix reboot, "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life," we'll all finally get out answer. And according to one of the show's stars, her love life will be largely celebrated. At least that's what he thinks.

"There will always be some fans who are unhappy, but I think they'll be pleased with it," Jared Padalecki, who plays Dean Forester, told Us Weekly over the weekend.

Many, of course, hoped that Rory (played by Alexis Bledel) and Dean would end up together. But, when the series ended in 2007 after seven seasons, Rory was proposed to by her college boyfriend, Logan.

Jared said despite the fact the new run of the show is only four episodes, the whole cast and crew, including series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, is taking it all very seriously.

"Amy didn't come back to f--k it up — she came back to do it right, and she did it right," he says. "And I get to watch it on August 1 because I get to do my voice-over and stuff like that."

(Take us with you, Jared!)

Whether this is a spoiler or not we don't know, but Jared said there isn't a lot of screen time for him in the reboot, hence little screen time between the Stars Hollow high school sweethearts Rory and Dean.

Jared told the magazine he was only on set for one day.

"It was fun," he said. "I wanted to be a bigger part — I think they wanted me to be a bigger part of it as well. But it was shot during 'Supernatural,' so I only did one day. But in that one day, it was a really good amount of stuff I got to do, and explained a lot."

Rory had no shortage of men vying for her heart during the series' run, but many fans always had a soft spot for Dean.

Considering he said fans will be "pleased" with the ending, maybe there's a still a chance for him.