Pretty spectacular news for Will & Grace fans: not only is the show back for a ninth season, with a tenth already confirmed, but we might be getting even more.
Speaking exclusively to Digital Spy, Sean Hayes (Jack) confirmed that there’s been “talk” of season 11 and beyond.
“We just signed on for this season we just wrapped, and then one more,” he said. “There’s talk of others.”
Long live Will & Grace… though, if the series does come to (another) end, maybe we’ll finally get that Jack and Karen spin-off?
“I don’t know if they would have wanted to [relaunch the show] without the four of us, because that’s the brand,” Megan Mullally (Karen) said.
“I think once we’ve now done it with the four of us, there is a world in which you can see them, down the road, spinning off one or two of the characters.”
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The new season of Will & Grace launched last month on Channel 5 in the UK. The first episode of the revival was watched by 10 million viewers on NBC in the US, making it the network’s most-watched Thursday premiere in nine years.
Another season – running to 16 episodes – was announced last August, before the first 12-part run had even launched.
Will & Grace continues on Channel 5 on Fridays at 10pm.
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