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'Oh Honey, We're Back': Will & Grace Stars Cannot Stop Sharing Their Pics (& Excitement!) Ahead of Fall Revival

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The cast of Will & Grace is just as excited for the show’s return as the rest of us!

In anticipation of the reboot’s full teaser, which NBC is releasing on Monday, cast members shared a behind-the-scenes video of the filming on Twitter, with variety of captions teasing the reveal.

Debra Messing kicked off the fun, tweeting, “Oh honey, we’re back!”

Megan Mullally captioned her tweet, “Oh, it’s on.”

And Eric McCormack retweeted Sean Hayes‘ post teasing, “Something BIG is happening this Monday!”

On May 5, the stars of the Must-See TV staple shared a promo photo confirming that the revival will begin this fall.

“Here we go again, honey,” she captioned the pic of the stars, sitting facing away from the camera in directors chairs emblazoned with their characters’ names, punning that the 12-episode limited revival will be “Back this fall.”

Later that week, they all shared another riff on the director’s chair setup with cast members smiling at the camera underneath the words, “Did somebody say encore?”

And in March, Messing and her costars took to social media to share a photos of the “gang” getting back into the groove of things. “Yeah, this weekend was a little fun. Just a little. #thegang #reunited&itfeelssogood,” she wrote

The rest of the cast used Twitter to share their photos from set.

“Spent the last 3 days with these loons & boy, are my arms tired. @DebraMessing @SeanHayes @MeganOMullally #Will&Grace,” McCormack tweeted of the foursome.

As for Hayes, it was as if they’ve never left the lot, tweeting, “Just like riding a bike.”

Along with the four stars coming back for more, the original series creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan will act as showrunners and executive producers, while prolific director James Burrows, who directed every episode of the show during its initial eight-year run, is on board to direct and executive produce.