Debra Messing Teases ‘Will & Grace’ Reunion Amid Revival Rumors

Ready for round two? Debra Messing teased a Will & Grace reunion via Twitter on Thursday, October 27, amid reports that NBC is in talks about a revival of the beloved sitcom.

The 48-year-old actress and her costars, Sean Hayes, Megan Mullally and Eric McCormack, reunited on Thursday to campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. The famous foursome made an appearance at a Los Angeles rally for the Oval Office hopeful, 69, and documented their day via social media.

“The gang’s back together for #HillaryClinton!” Messing captioned a group selfie. “#LA #WillAndGrace.”

Helloooooooooooooooo!!! The gangs together for kicks tonight! #We'reWithHer #willandgrace

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The Mysteries of Laura star shared a subsequent snapshot of the Will & Grace crew standing on a stone ledge.“Our Album cover,” Messing wrote alongside the pic. “@seanhayes @meganomullally #ericmccormack #LAReunion #Hillary #weareALLin @houseofhillary”

The cast — who starred on the hit sitcom for eight seasons from 1998 to 2006 — recently reunited to film an extended scene urging fans to vote in this year’s upcoming presidential election. The nine-minute clip went viral hours after its September 26 release, just ahead of the first 2016 presidential debate.

Our Album cover @seanhayes @meganomullally #ericmccormack #LAreunion #Hillary #weareALLin @houseofhillary ?

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Messing (who played Grace Adler) ignited more revival speculation after she retweeted a fan who hinted at the possibility of a reboot. “I want to thank this wild election for reuniting the cast of Will & Grace,” the tweet read, accompanied by a #revival hashtag.

Will and Grace cast Debra Messing Eric McCormack
Sean Hayes as Jack McFarland, Eric McCormack as Will Truman, Debra Messing as Grace Adler and Megan Mullally as Karen Walker (from left) in 'Will & Grace.' Bill Reitzel/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

According to TV Line and The Hollywood Reporter, NBC is in talks to bring Will & Grace back to the small screen for at least one season. The network has declined to comment on the report. However, Messing and McCormack (Will Truman) told THR in a September 27 interview that they will never rule out jumping back into character.

“We had a great time. It's a 'never say never' type of situation,” McCormack, 53, told the publication. “ … I think you'll find that we'll all give that answer. The whole eight years was lightning in a bottle. You want to be careful that you don't mess too much with that bottle.”

Messing echoed her costar: “I never say never anymore. Everything has changed so much in the TV industry; there have been reboots.”

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