With TV revivals everywhere, why shouldn't "Felicity" get one, too? That's the question Scott Foley is now re-asking himself.



Up until recently, the actor was against the idea of bringing back the WB drama series he starred in as Noel from 1998 to 2002. Now, however, he's seeing things differently. When he joined his former co-stars for a reunion panel during the ATX Television Festival, he admitted that he'd recently told an interviewer that continuing the series now would do it "an injustice," EW reports. Sitting alongside his former co-workers, though, he indicated he saw it differently.



"I would kind of love to work with you guys," he said, according to EW. "I would love the opportunity to find out what happened to Richard, to Javier, to Julie, to Elena. I don't know how it would work; I don't know what the story would be, but I would love that opportunity."



Foley isn't the only one who is willing to reprise his role. His co-star Greg Grunberg (Sean) indicated he'd be happy to. Additionally, Scott Speedman (Ben) previously talked about a revival with Jimmy Kimmel and seemed potentially willing to do it. The actor said at the time that he didn't think it would happen given some of his co-star's work on big projects, but he didn't totally rule it out.



Whether or not a reboot ever happens, it's sweet that the cast still enjoys their time together, even 20 years later.



[via: EW]