Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes are back together in the clip, which starts at the NBC office where Messing claims she is not down to do a reboot of the show. McCormack takes her back to the stage where it all began, to convince her it's worth doing again, with help from Hayes and Mullally.
NBC shared a short teaser Friday and the preview (above) was released Monday, as part of the network's upfront presentations.
Director James Burrows, who helmed every episode of the show's eight-year original run, will return for all 12 episodes.
"We're thrilled that one of the smartest, funniest, and most defining comedies in NBC history is coming back," NBC Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt said in January. "This groundbreaking series for everything from gay rights to social and political commentary — all disguised as a high-speed train of witty pop culture — is coming back where it belongs."
The beloved sitcom which ran from 1998 to 2006, picking up 16 Emmy Awards and 83 nominations throughout its run. "Will & Grace" will premiere Thursdays this fall on NBC.