However, he said knowing that castmates Scott, Alexis, Lauren Graham “and probably just about everybody else in the show” would agree to do a revival, “it’s like, yeah, why wouldn’t I?” He added that producers Dan Palladino and Amy Sherman-Palladino would probably be there “writing their asses off” as well.
“If they did want to bring it back, and if it was Amy and Dan at the helm, and you guys were all showing up, I’d be a jerk not to show up,” Milo said.
But he elaborated on why remakes and revivals should only be done for the “right reason,” to borrow lingo from The Bachelor.
As he put it, “If it would feel like it was there for the right reason versus the wrong reason—we all know those wrong reasons, where shows think that the show is bigger than the characters, so they’ll try to bring it back just to get more money—it’s like, yeah, but are there really more stories to tell? That’s where I always go back to… Are there still more stories to tell? Have these characters grown to a point where we actually want to see more of them?”
If the answer is yes, he just might be in for another Year in the Life.