Talks are in progress for a potential recovery of “Will and Grace” at NBC, Variety has affirmed. As indicated by sources, Discussions about series began last month after the cast reunited to create an election-themed video online. Discussions are in early stages.
A month ago, the show’s four cast members — Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes — assembled to make an almost 10-minute scene posted online without further ado before the begin of the Sept. 26 presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Messing and other cast members teased the reunion on Twitter the day prior, posting photos from the set. The video and the teaser campaign sparked an outpouring of fan interest on social media.
“Will and Grace” aired on NBC from 1998 to 2006. Made by David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, it was the beneficiary of 16 Primetime Emmy grants through the span of its run. It was one of the principal communicate TV shows to highlight gay series regulars. The recovery would be delivered by NBC’s sister studio Universal Television. Forerunner NBC Studios was responsible for the original series. NBC sources were unconscious at the season of the cast and makers’ arrangements to rejoin for the particular episode.
“Will and Grace” recounted the story of two longtime friends and roommates, Will (McCormack), a gay man, and Grace (Messing), a hetero woman, as well as their friends Jack (Hayes) and Karen (Mullally).