September 26, 2016


The Cast of 'Will & Grace' Reunite for 2016 Election Episode: Watch

Update (9/27 at 10:45am): So it turns out all the mystery surrounding a possible Will & Grace reunion was actually a modern-day mini episode in support of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. The cast premiered the 10-minute video ahead of last night's debate between Clinton and Donald Trump. 

The reunion is a bit of a let down after all those teasers, but at least they all look great!

Original Story (9/26 at 3:15pm): It's been 10 years since the series finale of Will & Grace, and the popular sitcom's cast has been hinting at a secret project all weekend. But what could it possibly be? A reunion special? Or maybe even a new season on Netflix, like the Gilmore Girls reboot? Whatever the actors are planning, they have definitely caused a ruckus on social media.

Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes fueled the reunion rumors with an action movie-inspired teaser. It's only 20 seconds long, but look closely and you'll see the highlighted red words spell out this exciting phrase: "Will & Grace is back." The clip states "Only they can bring america back from the brink!" so let's hope this isn't a political spin.

Along with the teaser, the cast has been posting adorable photos of themselves on set as well as a group shot that's filled with smiles and barely any wrinkles. The foursome has not aged one bit:

Based on Messing's tweet, its possible for the cast to share more details of what exactly they have up their sleeve today. The Emmy award-winning Will & Grace ran on NBC from September 21, 1998-May 18, 2006, and was noted for its support of the LGBT community. 

While we wait to see what the big reveal will be, check out our picks for classic TV shows worth reviving.