American sitcom 'Will & Grace' has aired its finale up for a second time, and the cast and crew of the series have been sharing their goodbyes with all of the series' loyal fans.
The final 'Will & Grace' finale comes three years after the series had a rejuvenation, and returned to our screens for three more series of the hit sitcom. Starring Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally, and Sean Hayes, the cast all returned to their characters 12 years after the original series aired.
And now, the final ever episode of the rebooted sitcom has been shown across in The States, and the crew have been sharing their thoughts on the ending of another era of comedy.
Debra Messing, who plays Grace Adler in the series, tweeted that her years on the sitcom have always been "the most memorable ones".
The time has come! Thank you all for making these #WillandGrace years the most memorable ones. The Fab Four and all of you will always have a special place in my heart ❤️ #WillAndGraceFarewell pic.twitter.com/BVYfIR1kHv
— Debra Messing✍🏻 (@DebraMessing) April 24, 2020
Tweeting their final moments in front of a live studio audience, star Eric McCormack who plays Will Truman, thanked the loyal viewers of the series by saying "thank you to every single fan who's been there from day one".
Final bows... thank you to every single fan who's been there from day one and those who joined us for the reunion. We love you all... Stay tuned for the farewell retrospective special #WillandGrace pic.twitter.com/9ToKMm8Faa
— Eric McCormack (@EricMcCormack) April 24, 2020
Sean Hayes, known for playing Jack McFarland, tweeted the 'Will & Grace' finale "second go-around was a toast to you".
— Sean Hayes (@SeanHayes) April 24, 2020
'Will & Grace' first arrived on screens back in 1998, and was a groundbreaking show at the time. Placing two gay men at the forefront of a TV series was previously unheard of, and the sitcom quickly gained appreciation from fans of all walks of life.