Netflix has added four more actors to its Gilmore Girls revival, including fan favorite Milo Ventimiglia.
Ventimiglia will reprise his role as Jess, one of Rory's (Alexis Bledel) earliest boyfriends, Netflix confirmed in a press release. While the two danced around their feelings for each other in the second season before getting together in the third, they didn't ever work out. During the season six finale, they shared one last kiss, but Rory confessed to Jess that she'll always be in love with Logan, played by Matt Czuchry.
Czuchry will also be joining the revival, Netflix announced on Wednesday. Rory and Logan had one of the more intense relationships in the series, and and although Rory loved him, she turned down his marriage proposal in the series finale.
Liza Weil and Yanic Truesdale are also confirmed to be returning to the series. Weil will once again play Paris Geller, Rory's rival-turned-best-friend-turned-roommate in the original series, while Truesdale will reprise his role as Michel Gerard, the concierge of the Independence Inn.
Series stars Lauren Graham, who played Rory's mother, Lorelai, and Bledel announced their involvement with the revival as soon as Netflix unveiled the project. Melissa McCarthy, who played Lorelai's best friend and co-worker Sookie St. James, will unfortunately not be returning.
Gilmore Girls first premiered on The CW in 2000 and ran for seven seasons. The show followed the close relationship between single mother Lorelai and Rory as they tried to make it through day-to-day life.
Netflix has not announced a release date for the revival, but all seven seasons are available to stream on the service now.
Update: Netflix confirmed on Thursday that Jared Padalecki would also be reprising his role as Dean Forester, Rory's first boyfriend.