Did ‘Will & Grace’ Get Cancelled Because The Cast Was Feuding?

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There’s a conspiracy theory going around over why Will & Grace was cancelled last month and it has to do with two of its stars: Debra Messing and Megan Mullally.

Fans think that they are feuding after realizing that the two funny ladies no longer follow each other on Instagram. 

It gets worse. Both Debra, 50, and Megan, 60, still follow their two other W&G costars Sean Hayes and Eric McCormack. The men follow them as well, leading fans to believe that the possible cause of the show’s cancellation has to do with the Emmy winning women.

Megan only intensified those rumors when she posted and deleted an Instagram story on Tuesday, August 13 that talked about her feeling “the best” now that she’s lost her “attachment to somebody.”

She still has a cryptic Instagram post up that says “Don’t ask people for directions if they’ve never been where you’re going.”

Fans bugged out about this on social media.


Will & Grace‘s reboot began in September 2017 to stellar ratings and reviews from fans and critics alike. It was successful enough that NBC renewed it for two more seasons. Debra and Megan also scored nominations at the Golden Globes and Emmys, respectively, for their work.

Executive producers Max Mutchnick, David Kohan and James Burrows announced in July 2019 that the upcoming season of W&G will be its last. 


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