Reboot comedy series Will & Grace will end after its third season, producers have confirmed this week. The final season of the sitcom will comprise of 18 episodes and will air in 2020.
While ratings have not been the best for the show – losing nearly half its viewers in the important 18-49 demographic last season – it still had its fair share of followers in the competitive stream TV landscape once international viewing was tallied up.
“It will be topical, but not really as far as the Trump stuff [goes].”
Series co-creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan said there will be “more character” and “less presidential” humour going into storylines and kept their promise with Season Two having been less anti-Trump and more ambiguous in its political standing (especially given decadent Karen Walker’s conservative party affiliations).
“It will be topical, but not really as far as the Trump stuff [goes],” Kohan told The Post, US. “There’s so much craziness happening and the best stuff is already being done on a nightly basis [on talk shows]. We can’t match them for topicality.”
The final season of ‘Will & Grace’ will stream on Stan in 2020.