Will & Grace Cast Shoot Hilarious PSA Urging People to Vote

It's no surprise that the cast of Will & Grace has made a PSA urging people to go out and vote when their reunion two years ago (and the first episode of the series reboot) was all about politics.

The short, 47-second long clip shows Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes talking directly to the camera about why its important for people to vote on November 6th.



There's some humor in it, courtesy of Sean, but the message was pretty clear with the cast as well as many others who are doing the same: vote.

The cast of W&G first did a video supporting former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton a couple of years ago than fans saw as a sign that they were rebooting the popular comedy series at some point. 

Those rumors came true a short time later, and they are now currently in the second season of it that also brought them several Emmy and Golden Globe nominations along the way.

The first episode of the reboot was very political, as it revolved around Grace decorating President Trump's office. The show hasn't strayed away from the political environment that is going on today since then, even bringing up their own version of the Masterpiece Cakeshop case during an episode in season one.


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