'Gilmore Girls Seasons': Milo Ventimiglia Reveals The No. 1 Best Part Of The Revival [VIDEO]

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It's Proust. It's Pushkin. It's classic.

Gilmore Girls fans have reason to celebrate. The revival, which will make it's Netflix debut later this year, will toss you back into Stars Hollow's heyday. If you're looking for the essence of what made the WB series so great, the cast believes you will find it in Seasons.

"I think people should be excited for classic Gilmore. There was something about that show that was so spot on in pop culture and historical references and just really good, heartfelt belly laughter crying." Milo Ventimiglia (Jess) told Entertainment Weekly. "It touched on so much that I think that's probably going to be the thing that - at least [in] the scripts that I've read - is just classic Gilmore. It's classic, classic Gilmore Girls. I think that's what the fans can look forward to."

Rumors and speculation regarding the series' biggest 'ships have dominated the Internet over the last few months, filling articles and crowding threads. It's not a surprise, particularly considering how season 7 left Rory (Alexis Bledel) and Lorelai's (Lauren Graham) love lives fairly open-ended. While Ventimiglia can't tell you who will wind up with whom, he can promise a viewers will get to hang with some of their favs.

"Everybody has their [theories], you know, is this going to happen with Luke and Lorelai? Rory, Jess, Dean, Logan, who's it gonna be?" the actor teased. "I think what people can expect is great stories and just real reliving those characters that they love for one or four more times for 90 minutes."

Are you excited to have series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino back at the wheel? Catch up with Jess, Rory, and the rest of Stars Hollow when Gilmore Girls: Seasons comes to Netlfix.

Click the video below to get a taste of classic Gilmore Girls

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