NBC releases 'Will & Grace' revival promo to get us ready for new season - Metro US

NBC releases ‘Will & Grace’ revival promo to get us ready for new season

NBC’s “Will & Grace” returns this fall! NBC has released a brand new promo video to announce the revival of the hit show. 

Will, Grace, Karen and Jack have returned for a new season of “Will & Grace” in the new NBC promo, entitled “Will & Grace – Let’s Get This Party Started.” 

The promo video features the main characters of the show laughing, dancing and having a grand old time on a set with James Brown’s “I Got the Feelin’” playing in the background.

The show announced its return on July 4, and several fans on Facebook seem to be excited.

Fans of the show have left comments on the “Will & Grace” Facebook page to express their joy for the show’s return and share moments from their favorite episodes from the past, including Season 7 Episode 23, where Karen says: “Attention Republicans, Beverly Leslie is a homosexual!” 

Last year, we got to see the cast of “Will & Grace” reunite for the first time in ten years to do a special “Will & Grace” mini-episode to discuss the 2016 presidential election

Cast of “Will & Grace” returns to discuss Donald Trump and 2016 election

The timely clip became so popular that NBC agreed to do 12 new episodes for 2017.

The last episode of the show’s first run aired in May 2006, and the revival will take place in 2017.

In the show’s finale in 2006, we saw Will and Grace in a 20-year-long friendship breakup that stretches past 2017 – the show creators plan to address that in the upcoming season.

“I will tell you that almost more than anything, more time went into figuring out how are we going to reintroduce the show and what were the rules going to be and how were we going to address that finale,” show co-creator Max Mutchnick told E! News.

 “They are very much living in that apartment in 2017 in the month of September, on the 28th of September at 9:00,” he added.

 Mark your calendars, “Will & Grace” is set to return on Thursday, September 28, at 9 p.m. on NBC. 


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