The Paley Museum in New York is celebrating one of our all-time favorite TV shows, Will & Grace, on the 25th anniversary of the series debut- and the namesake stars are still lookin’ GOOD! Besides watching taped interviews with stars (Eric McCormack and Debra messing, above, and Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally) museum visitors can take photos in Will’s recreated living room,  examine original props and costumes, and re-watch landmark episodes. Keep in mind, this event is to celebrate the positive impact the diverse characters on this series had on future LGBTQ+ representation on TV. Too bad costar Leslie Jordan is no longer around to join the fun…


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2 thoughts on “WILL & GRACE: 25 YEARS LATER

  1. A disgusting show that tried to normalize disgusting sins.

  2. never a fan of that show considering it was about a gay man who never acted gay, he seemed to be more interested in the female star. Stopped watching after a few episodes

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