Will & Grace has been off the air for a decade now, and each of the major cast members have gone through subsequent projects that have also been cancelled in the time since. Clearly the years they were able to spend together on the set of the NBC comedy were special, and recently the cast reunited and it was glorious.
It's been almost a decade since the last episode of Will & Grace aired and honestly, the cast is looking just as good as ever. It probably helps that everyone involved is still working the TV grind and has an excuse to be in great shape and constantly make sure their makeup is flawless Still, if I look even half that good ten years from now, I will be a very happy lady.
In addition, this may not be the last time we see the former cast of Will & Grace reunite. In fact, soon after the first image started making its rounds on the Internet, Megan Mullaly, Debra Messing, Eric McCormack and Sean Hayes all posted similar images from what looks to be the same set, and each image comes with its own cryptic caption. Our favorite is probably this super teasy one from Debra Messing.
We also like Eric McCormack cracking some old man jokes while reading a script.
The cast later started putting up similar posts that said Hot Food and a character name, so I'm sure we'll be learning more over the next few days. Still, any project that allows the former Will & Grace crew to perform their magic on a set sounds pretty great to me. And in this time of TV remakes, reboots and revivals, a potentially different project featuring the same crew of actors actually sounds extremely intriguing.
This is actually a great time for the cast to reunite, considering what has happened with their other projects in recent years. Debra Messing's NBC show The Mysteries of Laura just ended last spring. Eric McCormack's Perception was also cancelled relatively recently when TNT decided to go in a new direction with its image. Sean Hayes has done a lot as a producer on NBC in recent years, but his last starring vehicle Sean Saves The World ended in 2014 after a short one-season stint. His other gig on The Millers also ended too soon. Megan Mullally has spent the past few seasons on HBO's Childrens Hospital, but that show is also ending, so really everyone is a lot freer in their schedules.
We'll let you know as soon as we know something more about what is happening. In the meantime, you can find out which TV projects are definitely hitting the schedule this fall with our TV premiere schedule.