'Gilmore Girls' revival spoilers: Milo Ventimiglia believes Jess will be a good father


The guessing game on who Rory Gilmore (Alexis Bledel) ends up with continues as Netflix has released promotional photos for each of her past love interest.

The network took to Instagram to first tease her connection with Logan Huntzberger (Matt Czuchry). An image of an opened umbrella is inscribed with “In Omnia Paratus” which viewers can recall is the motto of Logan’s Life and Death Brigade. Back in the classic series, he proposed to her right after her college but she refused.

It was then followed by a photo of a book with a handwritten note that reads, “I just wanted to put notes on the margins for you.” Rory’s former boyfriend Jess Mariano (Milo Ventimiglia) usually did the said gesture. He asked her once to leave everything behind, drop out of Yale and run to New York with him. However, the protagonist did not go along with his plans.

Lastly, although Jared Padalecki admitted that his character Dean Forester will only have a minimal role in the reboot, another promo seemingly sparked the hopes of fans who are rooting for them.

A picture of a bookshelf stocked with literary classics showcases some of the novels Rory lent to her first boyfriend. Interestingly, a box of corn starch is sitting in the middle which points to the moment when the couple had their first kiss in Doose’s Market.

In an interview with Today, Ventimiglia shared he believes that despite his character’s bad-boy image in the series, he will be a really good dad if ever he has kids.

“He’s someone who’s passionate. He has a sense of humor about the world, and he doesn’t take himself so seriously. He would probably raise a pretty fun little kid. I think he’d be a good dad,” the actor revealed.

Ventimiglia also said that the hype for the release of the follow-up narrative does not surprise him. As it is a series people will appreciate for a very long time, the actor revealed that he is excited for a new generation of fans to get to know their story.

“Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” debuts on Nov. 25.