On September 21, 1998, a sitcom featuring a single woman and gay men debuted on NBC. The ground-breaking series would go on for eight seasons and garner Emmys for the entire main cast, even winning the big prize- Best Comedy in 2003.
Fifteen years later, Debra Messing and Eric McCormack reunited on the Today Show to reminisce about Will & Grace and celebrate GLAAD Spirit Day. Check out the duo discuss the social impact the show had below, along with other topics.
“It definitely does not feel like it was 15 years ago,” says Debra Messing. “It feels as if it was just two years ago.”
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