In today's news that makes you want to chest bump ya bestie, that Will & Grace one-off episode we got last month may not be as one-off as originally planned.
According to Deadline, talks are underway for the sitcom to return for a full 10-episode season, likely on Netflix or Hulu.
Bringing the classic comedy back won't be an easy task as Universal TV will have to secure all new contracts with each of the fours leads — Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes, and Megan Mullally — as well as show creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan.
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Considering the stars commanded over half a million dollars an episode by the end, this could be an expensive proposition. But innerestingly, none of the four are tied down to another TV series at the moment…
In even MORE great news, this could ALSO get the ball rolling on those elusive streaming rights.
See, W&G isn't streaming anywhere right now, and the service that houses the revival might also have to work a deal to score the eight existing seasons — which of course would be the ice cream below the cherry to fans!
Is it time to talk about boys, obsess over our bodies, and make fun of people all over again?!
We'll just have to cross our fingers for now…
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