SPOILER ALERT – This post contains spoilers for the series finale of Will & Grace, so beware of reading further!
Will & Grace has ended… for a second time.
The beloved NBC sitcom just had its second series finale. The original run of the show ended back in 2006 and the series returned in 2016 for a revival that lasted for three seasons.
Series creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick say that there will not be another revival.
“We’re not coming back,” Max told Deadline. “There’s no version of us coming back. David and I don’t want to do it anymore. We own these characters and love them, we’ve shared them and the four actors that play them certainly have a piece of the DNA of these characters in them and the network would ultimately be the ones to decide, but if David and I were given the authority to make the choice, I think it’s time that this story is over. We’ve told every story that we can tell for these characters.”
Click inside to find out what happened on the series finale…
Spoilers for series finale are below!!
Here are the big takeaways from the finale:
- After some false alarms, the episode ended with Grace going to the hospital to give birth to her daughter.
- Will reunited with ex-boyfriend McCoy (Matt Bomer) and they might have a future together.
- Jack made his Broadway debut.
- Karen realized she still has love for ex-husband Stan and they reunited at the top of the Statue of Liberty. She accepted his marriage proposal!
- Will and Grace moved out of their apartment and the only thing they left behind was the iconic couch, which she said she’s always hated.