The hilarious and brilliant comedy Will & Grace, which won 16 Emmys and was nominated for 27 Golden Globes returns tonight after 10 years, much to the delight of fans everywhere.
Return of Will & Grace
A decade after their unforgettable eight-season run, comedy’s most fabulous foursome is back. Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally reprise their infamous roles as Will, Grace, Jack and Karen from the ground breaking sitcom about a gay lawyer and a straight interior designer. The legendary James Burrows (Taxi, Cheers and Frasier) , director of every original “Will & Grace” episode, returns along with a slew of razor-sharp jabs and dirty martinis.
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Behold once again, from the minds of Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, TV’s wittiest ensemble ever.
The Hollywood Reporter reports that “Originally greenlit for one 10-episode season at the start of 2017, that number has grown dramatically in the intervening months. At the Television Critics Association summer press tour, NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt announced not only that season had been expanded to 16 episodes, but that a second 13-episode season had already been greenlit. (That’s at least 29 new episodes total.) With the original run clocking in at 194 episodes, that means Will & Grace will celebrate its 200th episode milestone this season, bringing the show’s complete episode total to at least 223.”
Max Mutchnick and David Kohan will write and executive produce. Tim Kaiser, Alex Herschlag, Tracy Poust & Jon Kinnally also executive produce. James Burrows will direct and executive produce. “Will & Grace” is produced by Universal Television.
Will and Grace returns tonight on NBC, 9pm Eastern time
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