New details about the Will and Grace revival have been revealed


Coming to an end in 2006 with a sickly sweet swansong, there was no reason to come back to our NY neurotics - until now.

Ahhhhh, we can feel the '90s goodness sweeping over us again - because the Will & Grace reunion has officially started filming!

ICYMI, 11 years ago when the show originally went off the air, the series wrapped the story up in a pretty sweet, little bow.

When the show's hotly anticipated 12-episode reboot hits the small screen this fall, viewers will see how Will, Grace, Karen and Jack thrive in an era where same-sex marriage is the law of the land, and where America's political climate has many in the LGBTQ community concerned for the future. We left these beloved characters in really specific places.

No need to brush up on the "Will & Grace" series finale before the revival, because the show-runners are acting like it never happened.

Jim Burrows, who directed every episode of "Will & Grace" for eight seasons, will be back to direct all the new episodes, creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick said.

In the series ender, it was revealed that Grace (Debra Messing) had married Leo (Harry Connick Jr.).

According to the magazine, the revival will put aside the show's original season finale, which sees Will and Grace reuniting 20 years later at their childrens' university.

The cast of Will & Grace are officially co-stars yet again, and they kicked off the first day of production on the revival series with huge ribbon-cutting event! And if it wasn't a priority in their lives, then they're still parents, they're just bad parents, right? "They've done well with their lives", says Mutchnick, speaking of Will's law career and Grace's interior-design business.

Will and Grace is set to return to it's home on NBC on September 28, but until then, you'll find us binge watching the first eight seasons.