Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes, Debra Messing and Megan Mullally

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All 4 lead actors received Emmy awards for his or her performances

TV community NBC are in talks to reboot Will & Grace, after the success of a US election-themed video, based on studies.

The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed talks a few 10-episode revival are below means.

There are stated to be no offers in place with the present’s stars or creators but.

Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes have been collectively once more in Los Angeles on Thursday night time for a Hillary Clinton fundraiser.

The forged have been introduced collectively for the primary time in a decade in September by one of many present’s creators, Max Mutchnick, for a brief movie based mostly across the US election.

The 10-minute clip has had greater than six million views on Youtube.

Talking on the time, Messing – who performs Grace – informed the Hollywood Reporter she would “by no means say by no means” a few revival.

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The forged have been collectively once more in LA Thursday night time for a fundraiser for Hilary Clinton

She hinted streaming channel might be a pure match as a result of a return to community TV might be an issue, because of the forged members’ busy schedules.

“I feel that the logistics of all of our lives – there would simply be means too many issues to hammer out. However for one thing shorter-lived and possibly having the constraints of being on community TV lifted could give us a enjoyable, recent alternative as a result of we might be actually, actually naughty!”

Will & Grace ran for eight seasons between 1998 and 2006 and received 16 Emmy awards.

The present, about inside designer Grace and her homosexual flatmate Will, earned reward for bringing homosexual tv characters into the mainstream.

The forged was rounded off by Will’s greatest good friend Jack and their socialite good friend Karen.

It’s nonetheless a success on syndicated TV.


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