'Will & Grace' Is Officially Coming Back to NBC

Though sadly, it's not just "Just Jack," the TV show.

Back in September, the cast of the iconic sitcom Will & Grace kept posting photos teasing a big new project. Then, they revealed that they got together to film a pro-Hillary Clinton PSA to help get out the vote. But it turns out that wasn't all they were working on.

Will & Grace is officially coming back to NBC, for real this time. The network confirmed the news on Wednesday with a trailer, featuring all your favorite characters. It seems like at least some of the footage was cut directly from their PSA:

And the cast gleefully chimed in to celebrate. Sean Hayes added that the reunion will come in the form of 10 episodes, airing in the 2017/2018 TV season.

According to Variety, NBC started talking to the cast and creators of the show after the PSA was released in September. That PSA, which received more than 7 million views, was filmed without the network's involvement, but it got their attention, and now the reunion series will be treated like a ninth season of the show, Deadline reports.

So until we get more Will, Grace, Jack, and Karen, check out the election special that started it all. Then start planning your viewing parties.

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Megan Friedman

Megan Friedman is the former managing editor of the Newsroom at Hearst. She's worked at NBC and Time, and is a graduate of Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism.