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For all of you 'Will and Grace' fans, this is for you! Season 11 (or three of the revival) was supposed to return in 2020 but much to our delight, it will be returning tomorrow night! Yes everyone, set your DVRs for NBC at 930pm because Will, Grace, Jack, and Karen are back. Sadly, this is their last hoorah as this will be the official final season for the series (until the next revival season comes around). Rumors are flying cast members Megan Mullally (Karen) and Debra Messing have not been on the best terms, causing the show to end prematurely but nothing has officially been confirmed. Instead, this is what NBC had to say back in July:
"We think of the Will and Grace reboot episodes the way Karen Walker thinks of martinis- 51 is not enough, 53 is too many. That is why, after consulting with the cast, we have decided this will be the final season of Will and Grace."
Truthfully, this past season has been one of the funniest ever, including those in the original eight. In case you forgot how season 10 ended, everyone had gathered at the airport to go overseas for Jack and Estefan's wedding. Unfortunately, planes were not taking off so they were stranded, ultimately forcing them to have an airport terminal wedding, officiated by Miss Coco Peru. At the airport, Will's boyfriend, McCoy (Matt Bomer) was offered a job overseas which made them question where their relationship was going. As the nuptials were going on, will got down on one knee and proposed, hoping having a commitment would help the long distance situation.
As for Grace, Noah could not go away for the wedding but when it was going to be in town, she phoned him and he was not coming so it was clear this relationship was dunzo. Luckily, she met a handsome stranger, preparing for world travel whom she had this crazy connection with. By some encouragement from Will, she joined the stranger for a trip she won't soon forget. Tomorrow night, Grace returns pregnant and so much more. Take a look and do not miss the season 11 premiere on NBC at 930pm EST!