Stan nabs Will and Grace revival

Stan is poised to announce a new deal with NBCU.

New episodes of the revived Will & Grace will be seen exclusively on the platform from September 29.

The comedy is back for 10 new episodes with original cast members Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes are all returning as well as creators/executive producers Max Mutchnick and David Kohan and veteran director James Burrows.

11 Comments:

  1. That’s good, Stan is the one I seem to be on more than Netflix lately, with SBS and ABC filling the other stuff, wonder if after it’s run on Stan though if Nine part owner of Stan will put it on TV, even if on 9GEM or 9GO. Been thinkling lately there’s a lot on Stan like Better Call Saul that could be on either 9GEM or 9Go after the run is over on Stan, they could turn one of those into a good competitor for ABC2, like how that showed Breaking Bad.

  2. I can’t say I’m upset that Stan has gotten the rights for this – at least they’ll treat it well, not like the commercial channels that shuffle shows around the schedule and fill them with fifteen commercial breaks.

      • First it would require me completely altering my personality. Paying for something that will soon be free is unnatural. 😉
        Secondly if I was to pay $10 per month it would be to netflix, not stan.

        Does anyone know if a show called Hack with Andre Braugher and David Morse is on any Australian streaming site? That is a programme I would pay to rewatch.

  3. Is this for real? It’s not getting a free to air broadcast despite it coming from an American free to air network? I could understand if it was coming from HBO or Showcase, not NBC. This is so disappointing! I really thought this would rate it’s socks off on one of the commercial networks.

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