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'Will & Grace' Creators Address Tension on Set for Final Season

The series finale of Will & Grace aired last night and it’s no secret that there was some tension on set during the final season.

It was reported that Megan Mullally stepped away from the show for a few episodes and fans also noticed that she and other cast members had unfollowed each other on Instagram.

Series co-creator Max Mutchnick addressed the on-set tension during a post-show interview with EW.

“We always work under this kind of motto that everything’s about the work. It’s just about the work. And so if we stay true to that, then we just keep you guys out of whatever happened on the set this year because it would have done nothing but get in the way of the stories that we wanted to tell,” he said. “It was not an easy year, but the permanent legacy of the show is much more important to us than any temporary squabble that would take place on the stage.”

Find out what happened in the series finale episode of Will & Grace!

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'Will & Grace' Series Finale Spoilers - Here's How It Ended!

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 2017 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.”

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'Will & Grace' Creators Tease Finale, Confirm the Show Is Never Coming Back Again

The series finale of Will & Grace is airing TONIGHT (April 23) and this is the second time that fans of the show have had to say goodbye to the beloved series.

The NBC sitcom originally ran for eight seasons from 1998 through 2006. Over a decade later, the show made a return in 2017 and it aired for an additional three seasons. Don’t expect the show to ever return again though!

“We’re never coming back again. We would no sooner make this television show or a frame of it again. It won’t happen. That’s the final word,” series co-creator Max Mutchnick said in a new interview with Variety.

In the series finale episode, you can expect Debra Messing‘s Grace to give birth to her child and for Eric McCormack‘s Will to welcome his child via surrogate. They’re also going to move into a new house together.

“I feel like even in the years since the show first went off, the notion of what a quote-unquote conventional family looks like is very different,” series co-creator David Kohan said. “All the social pressures to keep a conventional nuclear family together have gone away, so our thought was, ‘Why not reimagine what can be considered a normal family structure?’”

Max added, “They are each other’s family. This ending, to me, felt a little bit more honest than the ending we did the first time, in that they end up together. It wasn’t as commonplace [in 2006] as it is now, so it made it easier for us to write about it, but I feel like this was right: They were always destined to be together.”

The series finale episode airs on NBC at 9/8c!

Click through the gallery for photos from the series finale…

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'Will & Grace' Series Finale Episode 'It's Time' - Watch the First Look!

Will & Grace is coming to an end again.

The hit NBC sitcom, co-starring Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally, Debra Messing and Sean Hayes, is set to air its final episode on April 23.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Debra Messing

The first clip from the upcoming series finale, called “It’s Time,” debuted on People on Friday (April 17).

“We are sitting in the set of Will & Grace during our very last season, and we mean it this time,” Debra says with a laugh. Warning: spoilers ahead!

In a clip from one of the scenes, Grace is sitting next to a woman in a subway whens he cries out “I’m pregnant!”

“Aren’t you a little…” the woman says as Grace cries, “Old?! Yes!”

“We’ve done certain episodes that while they’re very much about right now, they will withstand the text of time. I have a greater appreciation of how great a job this is, so in some ways it’s harder to say goodbye this time,” says Eric.

“All I feel is gratitude to the writers, to my peers, to the fans,” Sean says.

“To have a job doing a show that people liked so much, that’s amazing,” adds Megan.

Here’s an episode summary: “With the apartment packed up, Will is determined to not reminisce about his life in the city or his ex, McCoy (guest star Matt Bomer). A pregnant Grace, on the verge of giving birth, keeps having false alarms of going into labor. Meanwhile, at the behest of Stan, Karen goes to the top of the Statue of Liberty to get closure with her ex-husband, and Jack’s dream of taking a bow on a Broadway stage becomes a very real possibility.”

Watch the Will & Grace finale first look…

Demi Lovato & Megan Mullally Reveal Who They Want to Win 'The Bachelor'

Demi Lovato is the guest host on the latest episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show and she got to interview her Will & Grace co-star Megan Mullally.

Megan revealed that she had no clue who Demi was before she filmed a guest starring role on the NBC sitcom last year. They also opened up about their thoughts on the current season of The Bachelor.

Demi asked Megan who she wants to win.

“Oh my gosh… neither,” she replied. “I’ve had it with the virginity thing. I’m done.”

Demi then, “I do like Madison,” and Megan responded, “Even though she was like, sorry, but if you fool around with any other girls, I’m leaving. Has she ever seen The Bachelor? Does she know anything about him? Four times in a windmill?”

“Maybe she didn’t think she’d get that far, which I thought was funny and cute,” Demi said.

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Leslie Mann & Megan Mullally Go Holographic at Vanity Fair Oscar Party with Hubbies!

Leslie Mann is radiant in a holographic dress while posing alongside her hubby Judd Apatow at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday night (February 9) at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The 47-year-old actress and Judd, 52, were joined at the event by Megan Mullally and her husband Nick Offerman, as well as Better Call Saul‘s Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn, plus Derek Blasberg and Ronan Farrow.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Leslie Mann

Before attending the Vanity Fair Oscar Party, Judd shared a hilarious picture of himself in a hoodie with his adorable pet cat in his pouch: “All dressed for the Oscars,” Judd captioned with the photo.

FYI: Leslie Mann is wearing a Monique Lhuillier gown with State Property jewelry. Megan is wearing a Buccellati bracelet.

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'Will & Grace' Cast Sing Demi Lovato's 'Sorry Not Sorry' To Celebrate Her First Episode Airing

Demi Lovato‘s Jenny meets Karen Walker and Will Truman in this still from her Will & Grace debut, which aired last night (January 9)!

To celebrate the 27-year-old’s first guest star appearance, the cast – Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes – sang her hit song “Sorry Not Sorry”.

“We’re a little excited about @ddlovato joining #WillAndGrace, can you tell?” the show’s Instagram account shared.

In the mid-season premiere, Will goes to meet a potential surrogate, and it’s Demi‘s character Jenny. Will doesn’t seem too impressed by her living situation and judges her messy apartment, and more so, judges her line of work, a cam girl.

When she’s not being a surrogate, in order to pay bills, she hops online and chats with guys on camera.

Demi will appear in multiple episodes, and has even previously shared a photo of her fake baby bump for the show.

If you missed the episode, you can stream it on NBC.com or catch it on Hulu!

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