Will & Grace is headed for a reboot!
Executives at NBC are in talks to bring the Emmy-winning series back for a "10-episode limited revival," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
There has yet to be an official announcement, as the reboot is reportedly still in the very early stages. NBC had no comment when ET reached out.
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While series stars Debra Messing, Eric McCormick, Meghan Mullally, and Sean Hayers have not yet been extended offers to return, the cast has practice slipping back into character.
Will & Grace creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohn reunited the group for a hilarious election-themed skit, which debuted last month.
Messing and McCormick returned as Will Truman and Grace Adler, along with Mullally reprising her role of the outspoken Karen Walker, and Hayes as Will’s lovable neighbor, Jack McFarland.
The mini-episode snagged more than 6 million views on YouTube, prompting NBC execs to reportedly consider a series rebirth.
Will & Grace originally premiered on NBC in 1998, running for six seasons until 2006. With news of a potential revival, the comedy series joins a list of previously canceled shows making their return through television and streaming sites like Netflix.
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