"Gilmore Girls", (back row): Keiko Angena, Yanic Truesdale, Liza Weil, Kelly Bishop, Edward Herrmann, Melissa McCarthy, Liz Torres, and Sean Gunn.
While fans couldn't be more excited to see "Gilmore Girls" return to the small-screen, Netflix hasn't announced the entire cast at this point. David Sutcliffe, who played Rory's (Alexis Bledel) father Chris, will also return. But Jared Padalecki left the show in Season 5.
After a lot of speculation, Netflix finally confirmed just last month that it was bringing back the hugely popular series for a brief time, although the revival's title and release date have not yet been announced. The show ended with Rory going off to report on the Obama campaign trail and turning down a marriage proposal from her rich boyfriend Logan Huntsberger.
She wrote on Twitter that no one asked her to participate in the reboot. While he was an alluring bad boy before they started dating...when push came to shove, he was a pretty awful boyfriend who abandoned her when things got complicated.
No official word yet on exactly who Foster will play, but it's not impossible for the Broadway favorite to reprise her Bunheads performance as Michelle Simms. The series will be written and riected by ilmore creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and executive producer producer Daniel Palladino. Both are also now still in the process of filming their current seasons in NY and Vancouver respectively, while "Gilmore Girls" is in production in Los Angeles.
Milo revealed earlier on Thursday that he would be in "more than two, less than four" episodes, which will each focus on a different season.