When Will & Grace first aired, from 1998-2006, it was a groundbreaker for its depiction of gay friends Will and Jack, played by Eric McCormack and Sean Hayes
Searching trailer: John Cho looks for his missing daughter using just a laptop in this crafty thriller
Searching uses contemporary, twenty-first century technology to tell a story full of twists and turns.
The second season of the Will & Grace revival will premiere later this year.
#GrammysSoMale: Recording Academy head asks women to 'step up' after men sweep 2018 awards, faces blacklash
Many music fans and critics questioned whether the Time's Up movement was just given lip service when the only woman nominated for album of the year, Lorde, didn't perform.
In all, Will & Grace 2.0 has set the stage for a fun and wacky season of watching middle-aged New Yorkers do their thing while poking fun at everything Trump
The other Emmy Awards presenters are Riz Ahmed, Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman.
The ninth season of Will & Grace will have 12 episodes and will begin airing on 28 September.
Whether it was Kunal Nayyar lamenting on what Trump's win could mean for him or TV show Black Mirror issuing a statement about the result, Hollywood has been very expressive about the US presidential elections 2016.
The cast of Will & Grace reunite to campaign for Hillary Clinton and suggest a reunion is in the works.