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11 Seasons, 239 Episodes

Genre: Musical / Drama / Comedy

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In the original eight-season run of this groundbreaking sitcom, best friends Will, a meticulous corporate lawyer, and Grace, a neurotic interior decorator, share a New York apartment after Grace leaves her fiancé at the altar. Will and Grace, along with their pals Karen, an outspoken socialite, and Jack, a free-spirited actor, face the highs and lows of life in Manhattan togeth more
...er. From sex, dating and divorce to cutting cultural commentary, nothing's off limits! Then, 11 years later, the foursome reunites with their razor-sharp jabs, super-hot takes and of course, very dirty martinis.
 
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Will and Grace: SEASON 11, EPISODE 18: It's Time | TVBuzer

Aired: April 23,2020

Will is determined to not reminisce about his life in the city or his ex; Grace has false alarms of going into labor; Karen attempts to get closure with her ex-husband. Jack's dream of taking a bow on a Broadway stage becomes a very real possibility.... more

 
 
 
 
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Will and Grace: Will & Grace Sets Date for (Second) Series Finale, (Another) Retrospective News | TVBuzer

Will & Grace Sets Date for (Second) Series Finale, (Another) Retrospective

NBC’s Will & Grace will bid the airwaves adieu, once again, on Thursday, April 23 at 9/8c, with its second series finale. Titled “It’s Time,” the sitcom’s swan song finds the apartment all packed up, with Will determined to not reminisce about his life in the city or his ex, McCoy (played by guest star Matt Bomer); Grace, on the verge of giving birth, keeps having false alarms of going into labor; Karen, at the behest of Stan, goes to... more

Will and Grace: Will & Grace Tackling Bisexual Erasure Does More Harm Than Good News | TVBuzer

Will & Grace Tackling Bisexual Erasure Does More Harm Than Good

In Thursday’s episode of Will & Grace, the NBC series clumsily attempted to tackle biphobic beliefs and yet stumbled throughout, relying on lazy jokes and tired stereotypes. In “Bi-Plane,” Grace’s niece Fiona (played by the late Debbie Reynolds’ granddaughter, Billie Lourd) visits her aunt and brings along Trevor (Peter Graham), a flamboyant 22-year-old with a love for musicals. Will and Grace both quickly assume that Trevor is the gay BFF — a miniatur... more

Will and Grace: Will & Grace: Backstage Drama Did Not Lead to Revival's End, Per NBC Boss News | TVBuzer

Will & Grace: Backstage Drama Did Not Lead to Revival's End, Per NBC Boss

Rumored backstage tension at Will & Grace did not precipitate the series’ end, NBC’s top exec maintains. “Some things come to a natural end,” NBC Chairman Paul Telegdy explained to TVLine of his decision last summer to conclude the revival after its current third season (and 11th overall). “[Series creators] Max [Mutchnick] and David [Kohan] told the story they wanted to tell. Just wait for the finale. It’s epic; it ties together so... more

 
 
 
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    I really wished you guys would stay away from the political slant on your show. Back in the day, the show as just funny with good humor and a Lucille Ball type of humor. Please, please, don't do the politics. We, Republican and Democrat, liberal and conservative, need a brake from all of this hate. Just be funny!!

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