Will and Grace is officially preparing for its final season after its revival comeback.
The NBC sitcom revival returned to our screens on September 2017, after its first finale back in 2006. The comedy series will end with its 11th season in 2020.
When the comedy series came back the cast was welcomed with open arms. The series had great ratings and positive reviews, and has always been a big reflection of the LGBTQ community.
The groundbreaking series earned 91 Emmy Award nominations, 18 Emmy wins (including Outstanding Comedy Series) and seven SAG Awards among dozens of other kudos. In addition, the show is one of the few in TV history where each member of the cast won an Emmy. The series also receive 30 Golden Globe nominations, 7 GLAAD awards and 7 DGA nominations (and one win) for James Burrows.
After the news broke many of the cast members took to social media to share their thoughts on the series coming to an end.
Eric McCormack who plays Will Truman tweeted, “Well, we’re taking this one out like we brought it in: with love, laughs, gratitude… and on our own terms.” McCormack also added, “Season 3 of #WillandGrace (well, season 11!) will be our grand finale… and it’s gonna be FANTASTIC.”
Debra Messing who plays Grace Adler took to Instagram to post a picture of the cast with the caption, “ANNOUNCEMENT~ to the best fans IN THE WORLD, W&G fans, we wanted to tell you that this will be the last season of the Reboot.”
Sean Hayes also tweeted, “For all “Will & Grace” fans, I am sharing the news that this is going to be our last and final season (which premieres this winter). To everyone who watched the first run and to everyone that encouraged ghis reboot, we did it all for you.”