Following the recent spate of television reboots, including Gilmore Girls and The X Files, rumours are rife that Will & Grace could be next.

In October (16) it was reported by TVLine that NBC is in talks with the show's creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick for a limited run of new episodes.

Megan and her co-stars Debra Messing, Eric Mccormack and Sean Hayes are also thought to have been involved with discussions.

The 58-year-old actress, who played shrill voiced Karen Walker in the Emmy-award winning show, did little to dampen the gossip when she appeared on Watch What Happens Live on Thursday (15Dec16).

"Well, there is some interest and people have been talking, there's some rumours," she coyly told host Andy Cohen. "From what I can tell, a lot of people really want the show to come back so we'll see what happens."

She added with a laugh: "It'd probably be a 12-part miniseries with each instalment being four hours long."

Will & Grace ran for eight seasons until 2006 and made stars out of its lead actors. It won multiple TV awards, with Megan herself bagging two Emmys.

Earlier this year the core cast got back together to shoot a 10-minute video encouraging Americans to vote in the 2016 presidential election.

"It was kinda like we had just been away for the weekend. The best part was that it was all the same people," Megan smiled. "Not just the cast, Jim Burrows the director, the costume designer, the lighting designer, the set designer, the writers, everybody the same, the camera operators..."

Andy also asked if it would take "three dump trucks worth of money" to get the stars to sign on, or would they do it for just one truck of cash.

"Well, you know, like, three is good," Megan retorted.