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Megan Mullally Teases 10-Episode Return of Will & Grace to NBC

Megan Mullally Teases 10-Episode Return of Will & Grace to NBC

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Well, well, well, Megan Mullally...we thought we smelled a reboot.

Mrs. Nick Offerman and certified national treasure Megan Mullally has added fuel to the Will & Grace reboot fire.

Demuring that she "can't really talk about it or say anything, because you know how it is," Megs Mullalls told PrideSource there was a "very good chance" that the show might return, though "it's not happening right this second."

After the joyous surprise of their election special, talk about a Will & Grace comeback has been making its way around town. With Netflix conducting the nostalgia train, NBC had been hoping to secure a 10-episode limited WaG run and Mullally seems to confirm that the peacock got its way.

"So speaking theoretically, in a completely made-up world where Will & Grace is coming back to NBC for 10 episodes--just in that made-up world--it couldn't be a better time," she said, referring to the show's relevance in today's political climate, adding that the election of Donald Trump would give them comedic "carte blanche."

That is, theoretically, of course.

Catch up with your favorite WaG moments with The 50 Greatest Moments of Will & Grace (Part 1) and The 50 Greatest Will & Grace Moments (Part 2).

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