‘Sean Saves the World’ Stages ‘Will & Grace’ Reunion


‘Sean Saves the World’ Stages ‘Will & Grace’ Reunion


This one’s for fans missing the ‘Will & Grace’ days, in addition to the Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) acting, dancing, vodka drinking, pill popping and crazy shenanigans days.

According to TVLine, Jack and Karen will be reunited (well, actually, Mullally and Hayes will be reunited) on Hayes’ new NBC comedy, ‘Sean Saves the World.’ So, who will the hilarious Mullally play? She’ll portray none other than the sister of Hayes’ titular character! Mullally will appear in the 17th episode, which shoots in early February, of the comedy’s freshman season.

About 15 years ago, Mullally and Hayes’ award-winning comedy created by David Kohan and Max Mutchnick first aired on NBC. The series, which ran for 8 seasons, also starred Debra Messing (‘Smash’) and Eric McCormack (‘Perception’).

Hayes has found some success with his Peacock comedy. In November, it was announced that ‘Sean’ was picked up for an additional five episodes, bringing Season 1 to 18 episodes. Hayes is a busy man in the TV world, as he also serves as an executive producer for ‘Grimm’ and ‘Hot in Cleveland.’

Are you a fan of Hayes’ latest comedy? Who’s excited for the Jack and Karen reunion? If you don’t watch the show, will you tune in just to see Hayes and Mullally back in action? Let us hear your thoughts in the comments!

‘Sean Saves the World’ airs Thursdays at 9/8c on NBC.

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Written by: akoerner
Dec 10th, 2013, 1:47 pm

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Wow, this is still on the air?

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