Even with the gluttony of new television, we find ourselves going back to the classics that defined a genre. For anyone watching sitcoms around the turn of the millennium that show was Will & Grace, which unlike fellow NBC shows like Seinfeld and 30 Rock, and has been all but absence on streaming platforms. Not anymore. Get ready to binge the hysteria all over again, nostalgic comedy buffs.
In anticipation of Will & Grace's Fall 2017 revival, all eight seasons of the original series will debut exclusively on Hulu, as well as the NBC app. That's all 194 episodes, available to view on-demand starting Thursday, September 21.
Over eight seasons, running from 1998 to 2006, Will & Grace dominated the ratings, earned 83 Emmy Awards, and ushered in a style of hyperactive three-camera sitcom comedy while normalizing gay lifestyle for millions of Americans. Whether viewers knew it or not, Will & Grace was making them laugh and making them think. The series returns to TV at another contentious time in social conversation, ready to stir the pot with original cast members Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally, Sean Hayes all in tow. Here's the bonus: Each new episode airs on NBC (starting September 28) will immediately appear on Hulu and the NBC app for the streaming-only audience to take in.