Danny Strong has officially been confirmed to reprise his role as Doyle, Paris Geller's love interest, for the Gilmore Girls revival. There has been no official confirmation regarding how many episodes he has signed on for, but it appears as though Doyle and Paris are still together 10 years later.
Strong has done a lot since his time in Stars Hollow. He has written various screenplays including The Butler and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts I and II. He is also the co-creator of Empire, alongside Lee Daniels, and has written and directed various episodes for the show along with serving as an executive producer.
Also coming back is Emily Kuroda who plays Lane's super-strict mom Ms. Kim. Todd Lowe who plays Zach, Lane's husband, and Switched at Birth's Vanessa Marano who plays April Nardini, Luke's daughter will also be reprising their roles.
Sutton Foster is also set to join the Gilmore Girls' cast making her the first non-returning cast member to be confirmed for the revival. Foster is currently starring on Younger, which also stars Hillary Duff. Foster will be juggling both shows, as Younger has recently been renewed for its third season.
Foster might be familiar to some fans; she previously starred in Bunheads, another show created by Amy Sherman-Palladino which also co-starred Kelly Bishop, who plays Emily Gilmore on Gilmore Girls. While there has been no confirmation on who Foster will be playing, some sources are saying there might be a possibility that she will be playing her pervious Bunheads character, Michelle Simms.
While news about other new cast members haven't been announced, a casting call previously posted revealed some information of the new faces moving into Stars Hollow. New characters include a Peruvian couple, a Portuguese nanny, a 13-year old boy, and Korean-American twins.
Gilmore Girls is currently available for streaming on Netflix.