For most of us, the TV show Will & Grace ended 11 years ago in 2006. The finale was fun, with a peek into the future showing Will’s grown-up son marrying Grace’s grown-up daughter. Now the TV show Will & Grace is back on NBC on Thursday nights. The first episode back after 11 years poked a bit of fun at President Donald Trump.
During the 2016 election, the Will & Grace cast re-united, to create a 10-minute, satirical show. It was met with a phenomenal and viral response from fans.
NBC responded by picking up the TV show once more for the Fall 2017 season. The Will & Grace show has many of the people who worked behind the scenes such as the writers, camera crew and the wardrobe stylists all back to create the magic which made the show so fun.
Will & Grace won 16 Emmy Awards the first time it was on NBC. The show was credited with helping to change how people viewed homosexuality, by seeing the main character Will.
Karen, played by Megan Mullally is actually friends with Melania Trump and gets Grace, played by Debra Messing, an interior designing project working to improve the Oval Office at the White House for Donald Trump.
Grace is reluctant to take the project because it goes against her values but finally decides to do it because it pays very well. At the same time, Will, played by Erik McCormack, is flirting with a gay Congressman and flies to an event held in the Rose Garden at the White House.
If you are a fan of the Will & Grace TV show, then you’ll be quite excited to see it back on TV once more. Because it still has that same wonderful, witty sense of humor and the great chemistry between the four characters as if they never left the set in 2006, even for a moment.
The show will make you laugh out loud, not simply smile or giggle along to it.