New Will & Grace draws 10.2 million viewers during first episode
The revival of Will & Grace has drawn impressive numbers after its first episode aired. With 10.2 million viewers when it aired on Thursday night, the show brought massive ratings. The numbers mean the show drew the biggest numbers to NBC since the Office back in 2013. The show also got a 3.0 rating amid 18 to 49 year-olds. It beat its own record of 9.81 million in September 2005 for its season 8 premiere. The ninth season also brought with it a cutting critique of the Trump Presidency. The first episode of the gay sitcom’s long-awaited revival aired last night, reuniting original cast members Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally. The show was back on form with its first episode, which took on the Trump administration. The episode took aim at the Republicans and the Trump administration, with mega-wealthy sociopath Karen revealed to be BFFs with First Lady Melania. Fans also finally got to see how the show dealt with the obstacle of its original ending, which had included a flash-forward of the main characters falling out, growing old and having kids. Rather than follow that slightly-depressing timeline where Will and Grace aren’t friends,
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