The trailer even features a musical number where Grace, still struggling to overcome her reluctance to participate in the new show, bursts into song and her fellow characters join in to persuade her to return.
The revival came about thanks to a 10-minute election special episode which showed the four discussing Donald Trump.
The former co-stars were joined at the event by Beau Bridges, Swoosie Kurtz and Christopher Lloyd.
Honoree James is known for having worked on not just Will & Grace, but also such oldies but goodies as Laverne & Shirley and The Bob Newhart Show.
Fans of the beloved sitcom were probably momentarily stunned watching NBC's latest viral video, as Debra confided in co-star Eric Mc Cormack that she's just too busy on Instagram (and Twitter) to come back to The good news, of course, is that Messing's threats to quit are just the set-up for a brand new mini-episode in which Mc Cormack, Megan Mullally (in full Karen Walker mode) and Sean Hayes must convince her that 's fans are depending on a reunion season!
In that mini-episode — which you can watch below — Will and Grace battled with Karen in trying to sway Jack away from voting for Donald Trump.
The 5-minute clip begins in the NBC offices, where Will (played by Eric Mc Cormack) and Grace (played by Debra Messing) are just leaving a meeting with Bob Greenblatt, head of entertainment.
And on Wednesday, NBC dropped a 43-second teaser of what's to come.But, hey—we’re guessing die-hard fans will be willing to overlook that little detail.Speaking with ’s Hilary Weaver on the phone, Messing said, “We’re all just so excited, and celebrating the fact that we get to come together and play again in that exquisite playground that we were able to be in for eight years.” When asked whether Grace will still be talking to Karen despite the conservative blowhard’s support for Trump, Messing didn’t hesitate: “Of course she will.It’s been over 10 years since Will & Grace finished, but the beloved sitcom is due to make a return to screens later this year.A new trailer gives fans a glimpse of what the 12-episode reunion series has in store. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Debra Messing Joining Debra in the behind-the-scenes video included her co-stars Megan Mullally, Eric Mc Cormack, and Sean Hayes before the began the taping.