Milo Ventigmilia
Actor Milo Ventigmilia posed for a photo before watching "Creed," starring Sylvester Stallone. Twitter/@MiloVentigmilia

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. Stirring up more drama, Jared Padalecki and Matt Czuchry also signed up to join the upcoming show, making a complete cast of Rory's (Alexis Bledel) boyfriends.

Ventimiglia took to Twitter to assure his fans that he will reprise his role as Jess, Rory’s on-again, off-again boyfriend. He recently shared a series of posts indicating this new development. In one post, the 38-year old actor wrote, “What a great time to get back on set with some friends.” He also used the hashtag JessIsBack and offered a photo of the show’s script.

Matt Czuchry was also earlier reported to return on “Gilmore Girls,” reprising his role as Logan, according to TVLine. He played as Rory’s last boyfriend in the show’s last two seasons. Jared Padalecki will also join as Dean, Rory's first boyfriend, The Hollywood Reporter has revealed.

The return of all Rory’s love interests seems to set the stage for another exciting rivalry, which fans have missed. In an earlier interview with TVLine, the show’s creator Amy Sherman-Palladino said that they plan to get as many of Rory’s men back as possible. However, she noted then that deals were still being finalized. “We’re still dealing with who’s going to be in it. We definitely want to see them. And we have storylines planned. I just need someone to tell me they’re going to show up,” she said.

Now, all three will show up on the upcoming revival. They will join “Gilmore Girls” lead stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel, who were earlier announced to reprise their roles. Other “Gilmore Girls” cast members who will return include Scott Patterson, Kelly Bishop, Sean Gunn and Keiko Agena.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, David Sutcliffe will also come back to play as Lorelai's ex-husband and Rory's father, Christopher. Earlier, Rory's frenemy, Paris (Liza Weil) confirmed that she's on board as well, while still starring in ABC's “How To Get Away With Murder.”

Keiko Agena also closed a deal with Netflix to return as Lane Kim. She shared the news on Twitter.

The 90-minute “Gilmore Girls” episodes on Netflix are titled after the four seasons: winter, spring, summer and fall. Spoilers indicate that the first episode, titled “Winter,” shows a grieving Emily Gilmore after her husband died. The revival also promises to unfold more drama for Lorelei and her daughter Rory, whom fans have followed for seven seasons since May 2007.