Get an exclusive look at the set of NBC’s ‘Will & Grace’ with Universal Studios’ VIP Experience

Rabid fans of the beloved sitcom “Will & Grace” will now have the exclusive opportunity to visit the actual set on the Universal Studios Hollywood backlot as part of the theme park’s VIP Experience.

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The show, which originally aired for eight seasons before concluding its award-winning run in 2006, recently returned for a limited 10-episode run that is now airing on NBC with original actors Eric McCormack (Will), Debra Messing (Grace), Megan Mullally (Karen) and Sean Hayes (Jack). It has received such a positive response that NBC renewed the series for a 10th season and ordered 13 more episodes.

To celebrate the show’s triumphant return to prime time, Universal Studios Hollywood is inviting guests to step onto Soundstage 22 on the backlot and see the “Will & Grace” set for themselves. Only the guests that purchase the VIP Experience will be extended this offer. The Experience starts at $329 per person and includes valet parking, a personalized guided tour of the theme park and back lot, continental breakfast and a gourmet lunch in the exclusive VIP dining room and unlimited front-of-the-line access to all rides and shows. Unlike those taking the regular tram back lot tour, VIP guests are escorted via a special trolley that they are able to disembark and actually walk through working soundstages, even the ones used in current productions.

“The ‘Will & Grace’ set visits are an exciting addition to the VIP Experience and speaks to exactly the one-of-a-kind opportunities that offer our guests an insider’s peek at Hollywood in action,” Karen Irwin, President and COO, Universal Studios Hollywood, said in a written statement.

VIP Experience reservations can be made online at UniversalStudiosHollywood.com or by calling 818-622-5120.

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