‘Will & Grace’ had a surprise reunion to discuss this election which is no laughing matter, you guys.

Here’s the Will & Grace mini-episode they just dropped on us like they were Beyoncé. DID YOU SEE THIS, RYAN MURPHY? THIS IS HOW YOU KEEP SOMETHING SECRET.

Here is your Syfy 31 Days of Halloween schedule, in the event this election cycle hasn’t offered you enough reasons to be terrified.

Modern Family will have a transgender child actor play a transgender child on tomorrow’s episode, making it even more trans-positive than Transparent somehow.

Ryan Murphy said The WB was “relentlessly homophobic” while Popular was on the air. Who got the last laugh, Ryan Murphy?

Born This Way has been renewed for a third season.

And Amazon is going forward with a full seasons of I Love DickThe Tick and Jean-Claude Van Johnson. Hooray!

You know you want to look at this picture of Tormund and Lady Mormont hanging out together. And here’s Kit Harington looking all moody on set. And Gwendoline Christie in virtually the same costume looking much cheerier.

Seth Meyer’s production company sold two comedies to NBC: one, AP Bio, about a professor who uses his students to get back at the people who have wronged him, and an untitled comedy about a has-been sibling singing group who now writes jingles. Make these shows, NBC. I will watch both of these shows, I will watch both of these shows, NBC.

In other development news:

R.I.P. Herman Echevarria, ex-husband of Real Housewife of Miami, Alexia.

WATCH THIS

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Drunk History: Timothy Leary and something about the Titanic. Season premiere. 9:30 p.m., Comedy Central

Aftermath: This new series is about the end of world via … everything. Comets, earthquakes, Mayan demons, literally everything. Series premiere. 9 p.m., Syfy

Sweet 15: Quinceañera: It’s a show about a shop that sells quinceañera dresses. Related news: I need a quinceañera dress. Series premiere. 8 p.m., TLC

Frontline: A look at how Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton became the monsters we know and love. 8 p.m., PBS

Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Kate Hudson, David Oyelowo, De La Soul featuring Estelle Late Night with Seth Meyers: Samuel L. Jackson, Cecily Strong, Spike Feresten, Danny Carey The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Sean Penn, Sutton Foster, Regina Spektor The Late Late Show with James Corden: Usain Bolt, Allison Janney, Owen Wilson, Eliza Skinner Jimmy Kimmel Live: J.K. Simmons, Action Bronson, Air Conan: Sharon Osbourne, Bruce Campbell, Mike Recine The Daily Show: Sara Goldrick-Rab Watch What Happens Live: Mandy Moore, Nile Rodgers

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ABC Dancing with the Stars
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Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
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CBS NCIS
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Bull
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NCIS: New Orleans
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CW The Flash
(repeat)
MadTV
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New Girl
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Scream Queens
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NBC The Voice
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This is Us
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