One of the regular conversations I have heard in the past few years is where is our next big gay-centric series? While we’ve had some attempts (failed series like “The New Normal” and “Sean Saves The World”) and LGBT characters are very much the part of the fabric of shows like “Scandal,” “The Good Wife” and […]
BY ALLISON TAKEDA “Will & Grace” forever! Seven years after their hit NBC sitcom aired its series finale, Debra Messing and Eric McCormack reunited at an event honoring veteran director James Burrows, who was behind the camera for every episode of “Will & Grace’s” eight-season run from 1998 to 2006. PHOTOS: ’90s TV stars, then […]
Sean P. Hayes became a household name when he played the flamboyant, hilarious Jack McFarland, best friend to the uptight Will, on “Will and Grace.” After that groundbreaking show ended, he became a prolific television producer whose credits include NBC’s “Grimm.” This fall he returns to NBC’s Thursday night line-up in “Sean Saves The World,” premiering […]
The brilliant Emmy winning actor Leslie Jordan (Will & Grace, Sordid Lives, Southern Baptist Sissies) shared some wonderful news via Facebook today: He has joined the cast of American Horror Story.
Sean Hayes became famous for playing the flamboyant gay character Jack on “Will & Grace.” Now he returns to NBC’s Thursday nights in a role that is a lot closer to the buttoned-down Will.
If you like Ron Swanson on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” then you’ll like Nick Offerman, the actor who plays him.
When news broke that “Smash” would feature a “Will & Grace” reunion by way of casting Sean Hayes in the same show as his former co-star Debra Messing, we were thrilled. And so was Messing! Add “Smash” to Your XfinityTV.com Queue “When I found out that he was coming on, I was beside myself,” the […]
NBC is staging a smashing little reunion this fall: Sean Hayes will be reuniting with his “Will & Grace” costar Debra Messing on her drama “Smash” for a guest starring role in Season 2.
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – “Will & Grace” star Sean Hayes has been cast on the upcoming second season of the NBC comedy “Up All Night.” The show’s Facebook page has posted that Hayes will star in a multi-episode arc and will portray the “former accompanist” of talk-show host Ava Alexander, played by Maya Rudolph. No […]
In the same interview in which Vice President Joe Biden said he is “comfortable” with same-sex marriage, he said advances in gay rights reflected social changes. He said NBC’s “Will & Grace” “probably did more to educate the American public than almost anything anybody’s ever done so far” in the area of gay rights.