Will & Grace Sets Date for (Second) Series Finale, (Another) Retrospective


NBC’s Will & Grace will bid the airwaves adieu, as soon as yet again, on Thursday, April 23 at nine/8c, with its second series finale.
Titled “It’s Time,” the sitcom’s swan music finds the apartment all packed up, with Will determined to not reminisce about his lifetime in the metropolis or his ex, McCoy (performed by visitor star Matt Bomer) Grace, on the verge of supplying beginning, keeps acquiring untrue alarms of heading into labor Karen, at the behest of Stan, goes to the prime of the Statue of Liberty to get closure with her ex-partner and Jack’s aspiration of taking a bow on a Broadway stage results in being a incredibly real possibility.
Minnie Driver and Brian Jordan Alvarez will also guest-star.

Major into the sequence finale at 8: 30 pm, NBC (as it did 14 several years prior) will air a retrospective exclusive, this time hosted by Eric McCormack and featuring clips of previous and existing episodes as effectively as emotionally-charged reactions from Will & Grace superfans and stars who will share stories about what the exhibit has meant to them. Elton John and Norman Lear will make particular appearances.
Ahead of the collection finale night time, Will & Grace on April 9 will air a special “I Love Lucy”-motivated episode, titled “We Really like Lucy” and showcasing stylized recreations of the common “Vitameatavegamin,” “Chocolate Factory” and “Grape-Stomping” scenes from the traditional sitcom.

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