NBC is jumping back into the revival series game with Will & Grace.
That much was confirmed a few months back, along with the news that the Debra Messing, Megan Mullaly Eric McCormack, and Sean Hayes would be returning.
Now, Megan Mullaly has hit up Twitter with our first look at the new series.
"Here we go again, honey," the star captioned.
That first look comes in the form of what looks to be the official poster for the upcoming 12-episode-revival series.
Have a look for yourself at it.
It shows all four characters sitting in their very own chairs that have their names on them.
Is this a subtle way of saying the characters are calling the shots this time around?
It's not the best poster, that's for sure.
It's basic, but it gets the point across that the series is returning. Unsurprisingly, the series is debuting in the fall.
There is no word on what spot the show will be getting on the schedule, but my gut is telling me it's going to Thursdays at 8 to prop the night up.
NBC has struggled in recent years to keep eyes on its Thursday schedule, with Superstore and The Blacklist down double digits this season.
The original iteration of the series spanned eight seasons and concluded in 2006.
The series dropped in the ratings after losing the healthy lead-in provided by Friends.
The show did stage a short comeback in the form of an election-themed mini episode that showed viewers how things had changed for the characters.
What do you think about this?
Are you on board for more Will & Grace? Where should NBC schedule the series?
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Paul Dailly is a staff writer for TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter.