'Will & Grace' Stars Ecstatically Reunite for Limited Revival Series: Pics!
Get excited Will & Grace fans -- filming has officially started on the highly anticipated limited revival series.
Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally reunited over the weekend to start the project, and clearly, the foursome is just as close as ever. Messing Instagrammed a sweet selfie of the group, all looking fantastic more than 10 years since their show left the air.
"Yeah, this weekend was a little fun. Just a little. #thegang #reunited&itfeelssogood," Messing, 48, captioned the snap.
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"Spent the last 3 days with these loons & boy, are my arms tired," McCormack, 53, also joked.
Will & Grace's 10-episode revival is set to air in the 2017-18 television season. The iconic sitcom left the air in 2006, but according to 46-year-old Hayes, it's like no time passed at all.
"Like riding a bike," he Instagrammed alongside a pic of the set.
Meanwhile, it appears 58-year-old Mullally is just happy to reprise her beloved character, Karen Walker.
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NBC Entertainment President Jennifer Salke officially announced Will & Grace's revival in January at the network's Television Critics Association press day. "The fact that all four of the original stars were excited about getting back into production is a testament to the joyful experience they had doing nearly 200 episodes for eight seasons," Salke said. "Few things cut through the clutter these days, especially in comedy, and Will & Grace is one of the best."
"We're thrilled that one of the smartest, funniest, and most defining comedies in NBC history is coming back," NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt also said in a statement. "This groundbreaking series for everything from gay rights to social and political commentary -- all disguised as a high-speed train of witty pop culture -- is coming back where it belongs."