Ten years after the end of the series, actors from Will and Grace met to take a position in the U.S. presidential campaign.

American actors are wont to take a stand during the presidential elections. The cast of Will and Grace was no exception to the rule. Ten years after the end of the series, the players had announced a mysterious return of the sitcom.

Finally, Debra Messing chose to Tweet on Monday 26 September just before the televised debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to announce the broadcasting of a video: a ten-minute mini-episode where four actors from the series struggling on the election on 8 November.

There Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing), who try to convince their friend Jack (Sean Hayes) to vote in November to elect the future president of the United States. Karen (Megan Mullally) is opposed to his friends to support Donald Trump. She returned with an obviously fabulous weekend with Melania Trump, the wife of the Republican candidate. Check out the video by clicking below:

In September, the cast of the White House met to support Hillary Clinton. More recently, the cast of the Avengers also took position in favor of the Democratic candidate in a video to the sides of Nathan Fillion (Castle) and Jesse Williams (Grey's Anatomy). Created by http://www.boxsetstore.com