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Drink up: Will & Grace is coming to Hulu tomorrow

(Photo:  Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)
(Photo: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)

For a while now, a Will & Grace revival has seemed no more likely than the show’s addition to some streaming service somewhere. Anyone wanting to watch the show has had to sit in front of their TV and watch dusty DVDs or catch it in syndication, like some kind of animal. But because 2017 hasn’t been a total garbage fire, fans will soon have access to episodes old and new. On September 28, Will & Grace will return to NBC for some middle-aged shenanigans, while the first eight seasons will stream on Hulu beginning September 21.


That streaming news comes straight from NBCUniversal, which co-owns Hulu (but as Kabletown—we mean, Comcast). You can also stream old episodes through the NBC app as well as on demand through cable and satellite providers. Basically, there’s no reason you can’t marathon most of the series before the premiere next Thursday—the only thing you have to worry about is whether or not you have enough booze for the Karen Walkers in your life.