The stars of the show reunited this weekend, sending fans of the classic sitcom into a frenzy.
Celebrating 10 years since the iconic sitcom left our screens, the cast of classic comedy Will & Grace got back together this weekend.
Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes – Grace Adler, Will Truman, Karen Walker and Jack McFarlane – shared a series of pictures on social media.
Messing even joked that co-star McCormack “still smells the same”.
However, it was tweets sent by the pair after the meeting that really got fans excited.
Messing said she felt something “BIG” was coming, whilst McCormack shared a snap of himself holding a script.
Earlier this year, McCormack, Mullally and Hayes reunited at NBC’s gala.
Sadly, Messing could only send in a video message due to her commitments on The Mysteries of Laura and an unexpected storm.
The show – one of the first mainstream sitcoms to focus on gay life – aired 194 episodes across eight seasons between 1998 and 2006, and has been credited with helping to change public perceptions on LGBT issues.
However, Messing says she regrets that the show did not go on for longer.
When asked what she would change about the show, she said: “I guess I would change the fact that we stopped [the show] after eight years.
“It was such a happy time, and we were all really exhausted by that point and it was the right thing to do at that time.
“But now obviously time has passed, and I watch the show with my son who laughs at it and I think it would’ve been really great to do it a few more years.”
She also recently shared a touching note from gay flight attendant who says the show “helped him come out”.