"Will & Grace" left our screens over a decade ago, and yet "It's as If We Never Said Goodbye."

NBC debuted the first teaser for the revival season of the hit comedy, which ran from 1998-2006. The trailer starts with Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) leaving NBC executive offices, with Will trying to convince Grace to do the show again.

He takes her to the old set, where they find Karen (Megan Mullally) waking up from a 10-year disco nap and Jack (Sean Hayes) showing the apartment to a hottie from "Air B on B" (boy on boy).

Then, the foursome burst into a song from "Sunset Boulevard," with lyrics tweaked to reflect themselves."Will & Grace" returns with 12 episodes this fall, Thursdays at 8 p.m. NBC is also moving their blockbuster drama "This Is Us" to that night in a bid to revive the network's "Must-See TV" brand.

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Will & Grace
NBCTV14September 21, 1998
Based on 21 critics

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