NBC released promotional images for the first episode Matt will guest star. Its titled Anchor Away and will air next December 6. Check it:
It was announced yesterday that Matt, who was cast for one episode on this Will & Grace season, will be returning for three additional episodes as Will’s (Eric McCormack) suitor McCoy Whitman.
Bomer’s Whitman is a smooth-talking, self-satisfied TV news anchor who dates Will (McCormack).
Will & Grace returned October 4 for its 18-episode second season and already has been renewed for an 18-episode third (11th overall).
NBC released its pre-shows videos earlier today and, obviously, Will & Grace is among them. We have the first look of Matt on screen – with Will being all of us, forgetting our names when meeting him. Check it below:
Debra Messing shared on her instagram the first look of Matt Bomer on set of his guest starring episode, and he posted on his instagram with a very cute message with it. Check it:
It’s difficult to describe how surreal it is to be on a set with this phenomenal cast that has been a part of my life for almost 20 years, and done so much to shape the culture in a way that has affected my life profoundly. I’m happy to say that they don’t disappoint- they are the warmest, kindest people you could hope to work with. @driverminnie and @adaripp Are both fantastic as well. Excited for you all to see! @therealdebramessing @seanhayes @eric_mccormack @meganomullally @nbcwillandgrace #willandgrace
Matt Bomer is set to guest star in an upcoming episode of Will & Grace for season two of the revival series!
The 40-year-old actor will play a love interest for Eric McCormack‘s character Will. Matt‘s role is described as a “smooth-talking, self-satisfied TV news anchor who dates Will.”
In the same episode, Adam Rippon will be making a cameo appearance as himself and Minnie Driver will return as “Lorraine Finster, Karen’s nemesis/stepdaughter. Karen seeks her out at the strip club Lorraine works at to try and get more money in her divorce settlement.”
The new season of Will & Grace premieres on Thursday, October 4 at 9pm on NBC.
Dream come true!! https://t.co/RBuCwAwTS9
— Matt Bomer (@MattBomer) August 23, 2018