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09/28/16 07:08 PM
1000Proof wrote:I took it as Wendy saying Sean Hayes, the actor, was not out as gay.
09/28/16 08:09 PM
cginspace wrote:I never knew I wanted a revival of this show until now. It seems like it actually could work, too. Huh.
09/28/16 08:41 PM
Just ignore that...I say it about everything.
09/28/16 08:51 PM
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09/28/16 10:00 PM
willsucks402 wrote:I wanted Beverly Leslie
09/29/16 12:55 AM
MissPrissy wrote:She was in a wheelchair or something sim. The actress must have some issues since the show ended.
We said the same thing and he's on American Horror Story this week!
09/29/16 10:14 AM
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09/29/16 05:56 PM
cginspace wrote:Yes, more Rosario would have been nice, too.
09/29/16 08:45 PM
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10/02/16 05:44 PM
tomkze wrote:This was by far the most overrated TV show of the past 20 years.
10/02/16 06:03 PM
10/13/16 03:07 PM
gassified wrote:tomkze wrote:This was by far the most overrated TV show of the past 20 years. Ok.
10/13/16 10:40 PM
10/14/16 12:56 AM
aaronin08 wrote:MissPrissy wrote:She was in a wheelchair or something sim. The actress must have some issues since the show ended.I just re-watched the last season. Rosario was in a wheelchair in the last episode.. something to do with her character.. I can't recall. So maybe a tribute to their last show?
10/27/16 07:41 PM
Well, whaddya know: Will & Grace‘s recent web-based reunion has stirred interest in a full-fledged revival.
TVLine has learned that NBC is in preliminary talks with
the sitcom’s six principal players — series creators David Kohan and
Max Mutchnick, and stars Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally
and Sean Hayes — about doing a limited-run of original episodes. It’s
not clear when the episodes would air and how many there would be.
An NBC spokesperson declined to comment for this story.
Late last month, the show’s Emmy-winning quartet reprised their roles for a 10-minute, present-day, election-themed video
set inside the title characters’ iconic apartment. The project was
spearheaded by Kohan and Mutchnick and without the involvement of NBC.
The YouTube-based mini-episode received a rapturous reception from fans, many of whom were eager for more.
“The response has been very overwhelming and really, really heartwarming,” Messing told People.com
at the time. McCormack, meanwhile, was upbeat about the possibility of a
larger-scale continuation, telling the site, “We’d all be interested to
get that call, I think.”
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