‘Will & Grace’ Drops Extended Teaser for Highly Anticipated New Season

‘Will & Grace’ Drops Extended Teaser for Highly Anticipated New Season

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We’re super excited that Will & Grace is returning to our television sets this September 28. A new Will & Grace extended teaser was just dropped for the highly anticipated new season, and it looks hilarious.

The new promo shows Karen (Megan Mullally), Jack (Sean Hayes), Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) are up to the same antics they were 11 years ago when we last left them. Can you believe it’s been that long?

One vignette finds Grace and Karen on a train with the latter bopping her head while on a pair of headphones. When Grace asks what she’s listening to, Karen responds, “Fox News!”

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Another vignette featured in the new extended teaser finds Will and Grace playing a game of Heads Up, an updated version of Charades that they use to dominate back in the day before the invention of smart phones.

Will giving clues says, “He’s a man, but he has aged into a lesbian.”

Grace hilariously guesses, “Steven Tyler! Jon Voight! Newt Gingrich!”

“I want to make other people laugh right now,” Debra Messing said in an interview with EW. “That’s the reason why I wanted to come back. Because I was like, ‘I really need to laugh.’”

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Eric McCormack adds: “I think while we won’t back away from this existence at the moment, we will also be overcoming it and having a lot of fun.”

Sean Hayes continues: “Everything that happens in the world is ancillary to their lives but it’s not the focal point. This show is not about Trump or Hillary Clinton. It’s about us.”

Watch the new Will & Grace extended teaser right here:

Will & Grace premieres Thursday, Sept. 28th on NBC.

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