A new report claims that Will & Grace could make a full comeback following a one-off sketch which encouraged Americans to vote in the upcoming Presidential Election.
Originally on air from 1998 to 2006, the show was written by creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick who returned for the presidential skit; now viewed on YouTube over six million times.
Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes all reprised their roles in the sketch and it's looking like the four could be getting back together for good, with Will & Grace finding a new home.
Deadline reports that talks are underway for 10 brand new episodes of the show, but "there are a lot of hurdles that make mounting a Will & Grace return a daunting task."
Streaming services look to be the right fit for the return, with Netflix the "more likely" if a comeback does happen. The report does say however there hasn't yet been any "formal conversations" with the platform.
Check out the voting sketch the cast of Will & Grace released earlier this year below:
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