Who didn’t love Will & Grace back when it was airing? The dynamic duo of Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) had us laughing back in the late 1990s to early 2000s. The whole gang is back to the studio now for a 10-episode Will & Grace revival that will surely get us hooked again.
Aside from Messing and McCormack, Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) are also back to complete the squad. In January. NBC announced that Will & Grace will be having a spinoff of sorts. There is no release date yet for the 10-episode run, but we’re hoping it would be sooner rather than later.
Will & Grace Revival: Original Cast Shared Photos
When Will & Grace first started airing in 1998, there were no social media and there was barely any smartphone back then. All we had was those chunky Nokia phones that we clung to for dear life whenever a text comes in. Fast forward to 2017, and the cast for Will & Grace revival have just shared an enormous number of photos on their social media platforms.
Taking to Instagram, Messing posted a photo of her, McCormack, Hayes, and Mullally. They were back on the set of Will & Grace. The lead actress captioned the photo with: “Yeah, this weekend was a little fun. Just a little. #thegang #reunited&itfeelssogood.”
The rest of the cast shared their own photos on Twitter. McCormack used a photo from the same series (probably). He said: “Spent the last 3 days with these loons & boy, are my arms tired. @DebraMessing @SeanHayes @MeganOMullally #Will&Grace.”
Mullally, who is known for Karen’s wild character, shared her photo with the caption: “back in drag.” She was in full Karen regalia with her updo and bold makeup.
Hayes, on the other hand, shared a photo of the shoot with cameramen hard at work. He said: “Just like riding a bike. @MeganOMullally @DebraMessing @EricMcCormack #WillAndGrace.”
Will & Grace Iconic From Start To Finish
Will & Grace remains to be one of the funniest and most defining comedies in NBC history, NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt said in a statement. It was a groundbreaking series that tackled gay rights with social and political commentaries. The dialogue was witty and the acting was superb.
The Will & Grace revival comes at the right opportune when Americans are clamoring for something to laugh at and tickle their funny bone. We can expect the same witty script since original creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan are back as showrunners and executive producers. James Burrows, who directed every episode from the original show’s eight-year run, is on board to be the director and executive producer.