The upcoming "Gilmore Girls" comeback just got hotter, as fan favorite Milo Ventimiglia has confirmed that he is joining the Netflix's four-part revival. Matt Czuchry, who played the devil-may-care Yale secret society thrillseeker Logan Huntzberger during the last three seasons of Gilmore Girls will reprise the role for the Netflix revival.
Padalecki was part of the original series from the pilot, going on to become Rory's first serious boyfriend and the partner with whom she eventually lost her virginity, despite Dean being married to another woman at the time.
In fact, just about every cast member has signed on thus far: Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop, Scott Patterson, Liza Weil, Sean Gunn, Keiko Agena, Rose Abdoo, John Cabrera, Todd Lowe, Tanc Sade, and Yanic Truesdale are all confirmed. Melissa McCarthy, who played the Lorelai's best friend and co-worker Sookie St. James, will unfortunately not be returning. The limited run series will be composed of four 90-minute episodes as opposed to the typical season format.
Rory (Alexis Bledel) could have some romantic options when "Gilmore Girls" resumes on Netflix.
Jess Mariano and Rory Gilmore were a popular couple during the height of the show's success. The final season was somewhat controversial, as creator Amy Sherman-Palladino left the show at the end of Season 6 and many felt that the tone changed and the story lines suffered as a result of her signature voice being absent.
Matt Czuchry was also earlier reported to return on "Gilmore Girls", reprising his role as Logan, according to TVLine.
Milo Ventimiglia has confirmed that he will star in the forthcoming "Gilmore Girls" revival. Sutcliffe recently appeared as himself on Degrassi: Next Class when a character suspected the actor of being her father since her mother was an extra on Gilmore Girls.