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'Will & Grace's Eric McCormack Hopes Revival Will Be 'Antidote' For Fans

'Will & Grace' star Eric McCormack is hoping the revival will serve as an "antidote" for fans.

"When we did the show, we had 9/11, we had the Iraq war, there was a Republican government for six of those eight years. We didn't address it, we didn't do an AIDS episode. We were an escape, we were an antidote to all of that. So if there’s anything we need, it's an antidote," McCormack tells People magazine.

"I'm excited to see Will as a gay man who's no longer figuring it out," he teases. "There's a confidence that will come with that. And maybe less so for Jack cause he's not so young anymore."

NBC has also released a meta trailer for the 'Will & Grace' revival that ends with a musical number in which Will, Jack and Karen try to convince Grace it's a good idea. The 12-episode season will air this fall.

May 16, 2017 |

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