NBC’s latest promo for the upcoming Will & Grace revival is bound to make you want to dance along with the beloved cast!
Fans of Will & Grace may have to (im)patiently wait until September to catch all new episodes of the iconic sit-com, but NBC just released a brand new promo that should help hold you over at least for a little while.
The network unveiled the fun 30-second spot just in time for the Fourth of July, and it’s bound to put a smile on your face. The short teaser features Will & Grace stars Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes, and Megan Mullally having fun while they strut their stuff to the tune of James Brown’s “I Got the Feeling.”
The result makes for a super fun, relaxed promo that ends with the entire cast looking back at the camera from their chairs on set with the words “They’re back” splayed across the bottom of the screen.
Check out the new promo for Will & Grace below!
Set to make its grand debut on Thursday, Sept. 28, the upcoming ninth season of the beloved sitcom is comprised of 12 episodes total, and is set to take place about 11 years after the original series finale took place in May of 2006.
Back in September of 2016, viewers were treated to a fun 10-minute reunion special featuring Will, Grace, Jack, and Karen centered around the Presidential election.
Our favorite part about the election special was how seamlessly the entire cast was able to step back into their roles— it was almost like no time had passed at all! With that in mind, we’re definitely excited to get more of Will, Grace, Jack, and Karen in our lives come September, and we can’t wait to get more info with regards to what they’re up to these days as season 9 unfolds!
Will & Grace season 9 is set to premiere on Thursday, September 28 at 9 p.m. on NBC.
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