'Breaking In's' Megan Mullally glad the 'very talented' cast of 'Will & Grace' keeps working


Megan Mullally is pleased she and her fellow Emmy-winning "Will & Grace" co-stars remain busy, but she isn't surprised.Debra Messing debuts Monday (Feb. 6) in NBC's musical drama series "Smash"; Sean Hayes is an executive producer of "Grimm" and starring in an NBC comedy pilot; Eric McCormack returns to Broadway next month in a revival of the Gore Vidal political drama "The Best Man"; and Mullally joins the FOX comedy "Breaking In" when it starts its second season Tuesday, March 6."Well, you know, it's a very talented group," two-time Emmy recipient Mullally tells Zap2it. "Everybody came from the theater, and that was part of the reason the show worked so well. It was good casting. We all had a great education on that show for eight years, working with pristine scripts and also working with [director] Jim Burrows on every episode. We might have all been pretty good to begin with, but we came out...



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