About the Show
Now entering its eighth season, the Emmy Award-winning comedy series has remained one of television's highest-rated and most upscale comedies throughout its network run. For the 2004-05 television season, "Will & Grace" averaged a 4.5 rating, 12 share in adults 18-49 and 10.0 million viewers overall.
To date, “Will & Grace” has been nominated for 73 Emmys, 27 Golden Globes, seventeen SAG Awards and twelve People’s Choice Awards. Among its fourteen Emmy wins, in 2000, the show won for Outstanding Comedy Series. In 2002 and 2003, it had more Emmy nominations than any other comedy series. Plus, in 2005 "Will & Grace" was tied as one of the most-nominated series and also scored its highest number of Emmy nominations in a single year with 15. "Will & Grace" has also won eight GLAAD Media Awards, two TV Guide Awards, and one Directors Guild Award. Additionally, the show has been nominated for six American Comedy Awards, seven Television Critics Association Awards, and five Producers Guild Awards.
Starring Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally, the show continues to focus on the four characters we’ve come to know and love.
Emmy winners David Kohan and Max Mutchnick are the creators and executive producers. Gary Janetti, Tracy Poust, Jon Kinnally, and Tim Kaiser serve as executive producers and showrunners. Multi-Emmy winner James Burrows (NBC’s “Frasier,” “Friends”) is director and executive producer. “Will & Grace” is a production of KoMut Entertainment in association with NBC Universal Studios and Three Sisters Entertainment.