The Will & Grace revival, or whatever you want to call it, finished up its final season on Thursday––fourteen years after its original ending––and for some, the move is bittersweet. For others, not so much. In addition to leaving their characters behind for good, Debra Messing and Megan Mullally can also put an end to the greatest acting of their respective careers because neither has to continue pretending to like the other one!
Megan Mullally Won’t Be In All The Episodes Of The Last Season Of “Will & Grace” Because Of A Possible Feud With Debra Messing
The Will & Grace reboot is about to get far less fabulous with the news that Megan Mullally is going to be MIA for a couple episodes in the current, and final, season. But at least it’s for the second best reason: An unspoken feud! The best reason, of course, would be a public feud complete with a red carpet cat fight, but I guess we’ll take what we can get. TVLine reports that rumored friction between Megan and her co-star Debra Messing prompted Megan to take a temporary leave of absence from the upcoming 11th season.
Little nuggets about the upcoming Will & Grace reboot have been dropping lately, including how they’re basically going to ignore the whole Will and Grace live happily ever after away from each other finale. But, one key component will not be back for the revival: ROSARIO! But, but, but!!!! She’s the best part! If anyone could scale Trump’s wall and teach President Cheeto Head a lesson, it’s her! The way she would call Karen a booze bag and scream before they eventually hugged it out has been my model for friendship since, well, ever! I grew up thinking the show needed to be called Jack & Karen & Rosario, so I’m really wondering why NBC even bothered giving this more episodes before the first episode even airs! Continue reading
Rather than inspire Will & Grace fanfiction entailing Grace Adler as a production assistant on Harry Connick Jr.’s daytime talk show, the creators of errybody’s favorite gay/st8 sitcom revival are pretending needy husbands and snot-nosed brats children never happened!
EW reports Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Susan Sarandon’s BFF Debra Messing) will be single, childless, and gay-gay-gaying it up in their New York apartment. OK, fine, they can hag it up, too. Just a little. Show creator Max Mutchnick gave their reasoning:
About a month after Will, Grace, Jack, and Karen reunited in a video about the presidential election, NBC started talking about the possibility of bringing them all back for a one-off season consisting of 10 episodes. Entertainment Weekly reports today that NBC made it happen and a Will & Grace revival is coming.