Television’s revival fever keeps getting hotter. On Thursday, NBC upped the “Will & Grace” revival to 16 episodes and renewed it for a second season. Premiering September 28th, the show was at first meant to last only ten episodes.
NBC has spoken to the creators of “The West Wing,” “The Office,” “ER” and “30 Rock” about bringing their respective series back on the air, as well.
And the rebooting frenzy has spread to other networks – along with “Roseanne” at ABC, “Dynasty” is headed to the CW, “Arrested Development” will be adding a season on Netflix and “Curb Your Enthusiasm” hits HBO again this fall.