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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 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 & 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, go... more Comments

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 min... more Comments

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 togeth... more Comments

Will & Grace Midseason Premiere Recap: Surrogate-Mommy Issues

In Thursday’s midseason premiere of Will & Grace, not one but two dreams came true: Will found the ideal surrogate mother for his baby-to-be, and Grace cast herself in the role that she (was so very sure) she was born to play. Read on, and we’ll recap the hell out of the who, what, where, when, why and how of it all. ‘THANKS FOR THE BLOODY, MARY’ | As “Performance Anxiety” began, Jack noted that Will was in an especially... more Comments

Shelley Morrison, Known for Playing Will & Grace's Rosario, Dead at 83

Actress Shelley Morrison, best known for playing maid Rosario Salazar on Will & Grace, died of heart failure on Sunday, her publicist confirmed to the Associated Press. She was 83. Though Morrison was only intended to appear in one Will & Grace episode, Rosario quickly became a fan-favorite character, and Morrison went on to play Karen Walker’s housekeeper for 68 episodes of the show’s original run. She did not reprise the role fo... more Comments

Shelley Morrison, 'Will & Grace' Actress, Dies at 83

Shelley Morrison, who played Karen Walker’s sharp-tongued yet endearing maid Rosario Salazar on “Will & Grace” from 1999-2006, has died. She was 83. Morrison died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles from heart failure after a brief illness, Morrison’s publicist, Lori DeWaal, told The Associated Press. Rosario, who hailed from El Salvador, was originally written to appear in just one episode of the hit NBC series, but her dynamic with Megan Mullally’s Karen resonated so well with audiences that th... more Comments

Will & Grace: This Rumored Backstage Feud Is Killing Our Final-Season Buzz

It wasn’t supposed to go down like this, Will & Grace, and we both know it. When the beloved NBC hitcom was revived more than a decade after the end of its initial eight-season run, part of its appeal was the reunion of the four friends who are its main characters — and another part was the reunion of the off-screen pals who play them. Now, rumors are flying that the actors, in particular Debra Messing and Megan Mullally, are at odds. Mullall... more Comments

TV Ratings: 'Will & Grace' Final Season Returns Low, 'Grey's Anatomy' Ticks Up

The final season of “Will & Grace” premiered last night on NBC to series low figures in Live+Same Day. NBC revealed it was bringing season 11 forward last week, replacing freshman comedy “Sunnyside” in the schedule. The premiere scored a 0.5 rating among adults 18-49 and was watched by 2.3 million total viewers, a substantial bump on the 0.34 and 1.35 million that “Sunnyside” was averaging before in the 9:30 p.m. slot. For comparison, season 10 o... more Comments

Will & Grace: Megan Mullally to Miss Multiple Episodes of Final Season

For a couple of weeks it pretty much will be “Just Jack.” TVLine has learned exclusively that Megan Mullally recently took a temporary leave of absence from the final, 18-episode season of Will & Grace that resulted in her missing two episodes as Karen. It’s not clear why Mullally took the time off, but her mini-departure comes amid rumors of friction on the set be... more Comments

Joel McHale Joins Will & Grace's Final Season as [Spoiler]'s Love Interest

Will & Grace‘s final season just became a community effort. Joel McHale will appear in two upcoming episodes of the NBC comedy, TVLine has learned exclusively, as a potential suitor for none other than Ms. Karen Walker. McHale’s character, Phil, is described as “handsome and charming,” qualities he’ll undoubtedly use to sweep Karen off of her feet. But wait, there’s a twist! “W... more Comments

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