NBC is in early talks to bring "Will & Grace" back to the small screen.
The network is playing with the idea of bringing stars Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes back together for a 10-episode limited series revival, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The idea for the reboot was born following the viral election-themed video the cast filmed in September.
No deals have yet been inked with the show's stars or creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick.
The Emmy-winning series aired for eight seasons, with the series finale airing in 2006.
A "Will & Grace" revival would be the latest in a long string of TV classic reboots, including "Gilmore Girls," "Full House" and the recently announced "Knight Rider."