WATCH: Megan Mullally Reveals How Many Dump Trucks of Money It Would Take to Get Her Back on ‘Will & Grace’

Megan Mullally Says There’s a ‘Very Good Chance’ ‘Will & Grace’ Will Get a Revival
In September, the cast of Will & Grace reunited for an election-themed mini-episode.

Fans of Will & Grace rejoiced when the entire original cast reunited for an election-themed mini episode this past September, which sparked numerous rumors that the show may just come back for good.

Most of the original cast has been pretty enthusiastic about a possible reboot, so when Megan Mullally stopped by Watch What Happens Liveshe let Andy Cohen know there is still some hope. “Well, there’s some interest and people have been talking and there’s some rumors…From what I can tell, a lot of people really want the show to come back, so we’ll see what happens.”

“It was kind of like we had just been away for the weekend,” she said of being back on the set. “The best part really was that it was all the same people, not just the cast. Jim Burrows the director, the costume designer, the lighting designer, the set designer, the writer—I mean, everybody the same. The camera operators!”

But just because Mullally loved being back on set doesn’t mean she doesn’t have a bottom line that needs to be met. “I assume they’d have to back up three dump trucks full of money to get you guys to do it. Am I correct in that, or has enough time passed that you guys are like ‘Oh this was so fun we would do it for one dump truck of money?'” Cohen asked to which Mullaly responded, “Like three is good.”

Launch the video up top to see what else Mullally had to say about the reboot.