Last year fans of the popular 00s show, Will & Grace, were delighted when the original cast and crew got together to film a reunion special. But the short special was not enough to satisfy the appetites of fans, who were left wanting more after the 10-minute clip. Fans wanted a proper Will & Grace revival.

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Good news, it has been confirmed that a Will & Grace reboot is happening. Rumours have been swirling around for years that a Will & Grace remake is in the works, with hints being dropped increasingly last year. During the last night’s People’s Choice Awards, it has finally been confirmed that we will be getting a new Will & Grace season

The Will & Grace revival will run for 10 episodes and will star all of our beloved, original characters from the show. NBC confirmed that the Will & Grace revival will run during the 2017 – 2018 TV season. The Will & Grace revival will see Debra Messing reprise her role of Grace Adler and Eric McCormack returns as Will Truman. It wouldn’t be a true Will & Grace revival without the dazzling duo that is Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally). Many of the original showrunners and crew are also returning for the 10-episode Will & Grace revival, including James Burrow who directed every episode during the original 8 season run.

We’re sure to have a ton of laughs during the new Will & Grace season. The show gained success during the late 90s and mid-00s for being bold about its storylines and rarely shying away from controversial issues. The Will & Grace revival is sure to poke fun at serious issues and we can’t wait. Last years mini Will & Grace revival saw the hilarious quartet make fun of the 2016 American election, the Brangelina divorce and even referenced 50 Shades of Grey.

The Will & Grace revival is just one of many 90s/00s shows making a comeback like X-Files and Gilmore Girls.

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