The internet is abuzz that Will & Grace is coming back, though no one's sure if it's for a new season or a public service announcement reminding voters why Donald Trump is a gay's worst friend.
All four lead cast members — Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally, and out actor Sean Hayes — posted images on social media of them together, or on a set that looked exactly like Will and Grace's spacious New York apartment.
Beverly Leslie comes up to here on me. pic.twitter.com/CQRfoKRvJN
— Sean Hayes (@SeanHayes) September 26, 2016
I remember this place. pic.twitter.com/Elwgvx7Sof
— Megan Mullally (@MeganOMullally) September 26, 2016
I used to be able to do this without glasses... pic.twitter.com/l9ctYCZqH6
— Eric McCormack (@EricMcCormack) September 26, 2016
Eric McCormack, who played uptight gay lawyer Will, tweeted an image of himself with a script. Debra Messing, who portrayed daffy Grace, posted to Instagram on Sunday that "something BIG is going to happen tomorrow."
Then on Monday, Messing — a staunch Hillary Clinton supporter — tweeted out the following video:
— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) September 26, 2016
Will & Grace aired from 1998 to 2006, won multiple Emmys, was a ratings goldmine for NBC, and made history by featuring two main gay characters — the aforementioned Will and his other best friend, Jack, memorably portrayed by Hayes. Mullally was a scene stealer as Karen, Grace's drunken assistant who would often team up with Jack on misadventures.
Update: We were right! The politically minded new skit just appeared on YouTube: