Will & Grace is one of the most iconic television shows, and it made Debra Messing – who plays Grace Adler – a household name.
Next Will & Grace originally completed in 2006, the series' enduring popularity allowed it to revive in 2017. However, it has recently been announced that this revival will be short-lived and the show will soon end.
Now what Will & Grace will be off the air, what other projects is Debra Messing planning to pursue and when will fans be able to see her again in the future? Find out the answer below.
Why Will & Grace End?
NBC Entertainment co-chairs George Cheeks and Paul Tellegdy said that years ago, when the network "had the opportunity to reconnect this incredible cast and creative team, we jumped at the opportunity."
The most Will & Grace the revival also had to be short-lived, though NBC ordered more episodes and seasons.
However, after much discussion between the cast and crew, it was decided Will & Grace it has to be wrapped. The series dropped in the demographic ratings of 18-49, but was not canceled; rather, everyone involved just wanted to put an end to the high note stuff.
"We think about Will & Grace restarting episodes the way Karen Walker thinks of martinis – 51 are not enough, 53 are too many, "executive producers said in a statement. "So after consulting with the cast, we all decided it would be the final season of Will & Grace … We have had twice experience once in a lifetime. And for that we owe a double debt of gratitude to NBC, this show has been supportive and caring at home from day one. "
What did Debra Messing say about the end of Will & Grace?
Brass also expressed his gratitude to NBC for allowing the cast and crew to finish things on their own terms. She took to social media on July 25 to say:
"We were so lucky that we had the opportunity to reunite and do the AGAIN show. It should have been only 10 episodes, but for you fans, it turned into 3 YEARS. What a miracle. We are all committed to making this season the best ever and embracing the story of Will, Grace, Jack and Karen in a way that feels meaningful and right … We were once again spoiled by brilliant writers and producers, and the best city crew. I love you all."
What's next for Messing after Will & Grace?
Next Will & Grace Completing its initial performance in 2006, Debra Messing went on to appear in several films such as Open season (2006), Women (2008) and Nothing like the holidays (2008). She has also appeared in three television shows: The wife of the starter, go bankrupt, and Laura's Mysteries,
It is not clear what comes next for Messing after the final of the Will & Grace revival, but it has one movie that is currently in post-production. Called irresistible, the film is a work of political satire produced by Brad Pitt and John Stewart. It features Steve Carell and Rose Byrne, although the role of Messing is still unknown.
In addition to acting in Hollywood, Messing is also known for being a political activist. She supported Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign and was known for using her voice to speak on many different issues. There is no doubt that she will continue to do this work after that Will & Grace,
In 2009, Messing became the worldwide ambassador for the non-profit organization PSI. Although PSI does a lot of work in developing countries, Messing is mostly committed to working on HIV / AIDS. It has traveled to countries such as Malawi and Zimbabwe to raise awareness of programs that try to prevent the spread of HIV.
She once said it was "her mental work," so it is likely Messing will continue to use her fame to support PSI.