Will & Grace (1998 - )

Will & Grace

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Snappy hit about a straight woman and a gay man who are best friends. She's a decorator with a snippy, self-absorbed assistant; he's a lawyer with a flamboyant buddy who has trouble holding a job. The scripts are laced with pop-culture references and in-jokes, but what's best about this sitcom is the cast chemistry. What doesn't always work so well is the too-frequent big-name guests, who have included Michael Douglas, Cher, Madonna and Matt Damon.

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2018, NBC, 18 episodes

Critics Consensus: Will & Grace reunites its ever-hilarious cast for a revival season that picks up right where the show left off 11 years ago -- adding a fresh relevance and a series of stories that make sharply funny use of the passage of time.

2017, NBC, 16 episodes

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2005, NBC, 24 episodes

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2004, NBC, 24 episodes

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2003, NBC, 24 episodes

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2002, NBC, 24 episodes

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2001, NBC, 27 episodes

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2000, NBC, 25 episodes

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1999, NBC, 24 episodes

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1998, NBC, 22 episodes


Eric McCormack
as Will Truman
Debra Messing
as Grace Adler
Sean Hayes
as Jack McFarland
Harry Connick Jr.
as Dr. Leo Markus
Blythe Danner
as Marilyn Truman
Leslie Jordan
as Beverley Leslie
Gregory Hines
as Ben Doucette
Roy Fegan
as Auditor
Rudy Galindo
as Himself
Minnie Driver
as Lorraine Finster
John Cleese
as Lyle Finster
Sydney Pollack
as George Truman
Jeff Goldblum
as Frank/Scott
Eric Stoltz
as Tom Cassidy
Rip Torn
as Lionel Banks
Eric Gustavson
as Sebastian
Marissa Matrone
as Aunt Angie
Victor Garber
as Peter Bovington
Stacy Keach
as Wendell Schacter
Gene Wilder
as Mr. Stein
Bridget Flanery
as Viv Cassidy
Sharon Stone
as Dr. Georgia Keller
Alan Arkin
as Martin Adler
Gina Morelli
as Grandma
Steven Weber
as Sam Truman
Tim Curry
as Marion Finster
Jo Marie Payton
as Mrs. Freeman
Lee Majors
as Burt Wolfe
Phil Morris
as Dr. Norman
as Herself
Michael Philip
as Imaginary Boyfriend
Black Henry
as Leonard
Deborah Carson
as Desk Clerk (Margaret)
Joyce Guy
as Lynette
Reed Alexander
as Jordan Truman
Matt Crabtree
as Stage Manager
Jane Downs
as Charlotte
Chris Potter
as Michael Kelley
Alex Kapp Horner
as Alice Robinson
Philip Levesque
as Delivery Man
Glenn Close
as Fannie Lieber
Joan Collins
as Helena Barnes
Scott Patterson
as John Gregorio
Veronica Cartwright
as Judith McFarland
Jack Black
as Dr. Hershberg
Al Roker
as Himself
Markus Flanagan
as Dr. Jake Loranger
Debra Mooney
as Sister Robert
Lea DeLaria
as Nurse Carver
Geena Davis
as Janet Adler
Kyla Dang
as Courtney Truman
Doug Ballard
as Robert Lilienfield
Camryn Manheim
as Psychic Sue
Macaulay Culkin
as Jason `J.T.' Towne
Demi Moore
as Sissy Palmer-Ginsburg
Britney Spears
as Amber-Louise
Derek Basco
as Mipanko
Ellen DeGeneres
as Sister Louise
Beau Bridges
as Daniel McFarland
Hal Linden
as Alan Kramer
Perry King
as John Marshall
Michael Douglas
as Det. Gavin Hatch
Kirk Baltz
as Glenn Gabriel
J.P. Manoux
as Fannie's Minion
Adam Goldberg
as Kevin Rizzo
John Edward
as Himself
Lynnette Gaza
as Mrs. Poole
Jason Landau
as Subway Passenger
Harry Van Gorkum
as Porcelain Paul
James Black
as Anthony Dukane
Anne Meara
as Mrs. Friedman
Cal Bartlett
as Trainer
Jason Biggs
as Baby Glenn
Lucky Vanous
as EMS worker
Noel Conlon
as Minister
Shirley Prestia
as Mrs. Pressman
Kali Rocha
as Stephanie
Jon Kinnally
as Mitchell
Mark Ankeny
as Ted Farmer
Orson Bean
as Professor Dudley
Don Perry
as Bertram
Fred Applegate
as Dr. Foster
Douglas Sills
as Ted Bowers
Rod Britt
as Larry
J. Lucas
as Ruben
James Healy Jr.
as Agent Pembleton
Lainie Kazan
as Aunt Honey
Karen Bankhead
as Burnadean
Kate Albrecht
as Waitress
Patrick Kerr
as Choral Director
Chris Hogan
as Earthquake
Donna Ponterotto
as Woman in Theater
Steve Ryan
as Lieutenant
Nicollette Sheridan
as Dr. Danielle Morty
Paul Witten
as Gallery Owner
Hep Jamieson
as Agent Korn
Gene Elman
as Uncle Winnie
Andrew Ableson
as Choreographer
Kenneth Mars
as Uncle Sid
Hansford Rowe
as Minister
Mic Thompson
as Dancing Cowboy
Tommy Woelfel
as Coat Check Guy
Bertha Holguin
as Backup Maid
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