Some familiar Stars Hollow faces will be on hand for the Gilmore Girls reboot.

Stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel are reprising their roles as mom Lorelai and daughter Rory from the 2000 to 2007 broadcast network series set in the fictional New England small town.

They'll be joined by Liza Weil as Rory's frazzled friend Paris Geller and Yanic Truesdale as Lorelai's colleague Michel Gerard.

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Milo Ventimiglia, who portrayed Jess on Gilmore Girls, poses with series star Alexis Bledel in 2003. (Vince Bucci/Getty Images)

Netflix has also now confirmed that the upcoming four-episode series will include all three actors who portrayed Rory's serious love interests: Milo Ventimiglia as the books and music-loving badboy Jess Mariano, Matt Czuchry as trust fund baby Logan Huntzberger and Jared Padalecki as devoted first love Dean Forester.

Canadian actor David Sutcliffe, who portrayed Lorelai's former boyfriend and Rory's father Christopher, will also be back.


Scott Patterson, far left, will return to the revamped series as Luke Danes, while Matt Czuchry (far right) is back as Logan. (Frank Ockenfels/The WB/Associated Press)

Original cast members Scott Patterson (Luke Danes), Kelly Bishop (Emily Gilmore), Keiko Agena (Lane Kim) and Sean Gunn (Kirk) were previously announced as joining the new series, created by Amy Sherman-Palladino. 

Sutton Foster, who starred in Sherman-Palladino's Gilmore Girls follow-up series Bunheads, is the first new actor to be added to the cast.

One prominant Stars Hollow figure yet to be confirmed is Lorelai's best friend Sookie St. James, portrayed by hit comedic actress Melissa McCarthy.

The show's title and premiere date have yet to be announced.

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Nearly all of the main Gilmore Girls cast, seen in this 2001 photo, has signed on to return, including (from left) Yanic Truesdale, Lauren Graham, Kelly Bishop, Alexis Bledel, Keiko Agena and Scott Patterson. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

With files from CBC News