The Will & Grace cast reunite after a decade – but what are they working on?

Is that a script we spy?


A decade after the NBC sitcom Will & Grace ended, the gang are back together.


Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally, and Sean Hayes met up on Wednesday, sharing their gleeful reunion photos on Twitter:

Will & Grace was the first primetime show to star openly gay characters and won 16 Emmy Awards, including one for each lead.

Their new mysterious project aside, the actors are all pretty busy…

McCormack will next play FBI Special Agent Grant MacLaren in the Canadian time-traveling series Travelers, which premieres on Netflix on 17 October, meanwhile Messing will portray Marjorie Houseman, mother to Baby, in ABC’s upcoming three-hour musical re-imagining of the 1987 flick Dirty Dancing. 


Hayes will take on the role of Hefty Hideaway owner Mr. Pinky in NBC’s Hairspray Live! which airs in the US on 7th December, while Mullally will appear in Why Him? – a John Hamburg movie in which a dad (Bryan Cranston) forms a bitter rivalry with his daughter’s young rich boyfriend.