First, there was hope, then there was elation and now… despair.
Despite what Leslie Jordan said, there isn’t a new series of the landmark show, Will And Grace on the make. The show’s lead, Debra Messing, has taken to Twitter to dismiss the claims made by the comedian, by saying that the cast and producers are just in “talks”.
Fans across the globe rejoiced when one of the show’s cameos, Leslie Jordan, confirmed that a new season with 10 episodes was being made and due to hit our screens later this year. The show was considered grounding breaking during its original run from the late ’90s to the mid ‘oos and starred, Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan O’Mullally. It ran for 8 seasons and had 194 episodes.
Debra poured cold water on the claims by tweeting,
“Sadly Leslie was wrong. Nothing beyond talks.”
Sadly Leslie was wrong. Nothing beyond talks. https://t.co/NDmKoH2Iql
— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) January 2, 2017
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