KoMut Entertainment

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


This is the vanity plate of David Kohan and Max Mutchnick.

1st Logo (March 21, 1996-May 16, 2002)

Visuals: Over a space background is the company name in white, and in the same font used in Will & Grace. Then a star flies from the screen and lands on the "i".

Technique: 2D animation.

Audio: A falling sound when the star flies, then a sound of someone blowing a raspberry when it dots the "i".

Audio Variants:

  • On Will & Grace, the ending theme is used.
  • NBC used a generic theme on original airings.

Availability: Seen on Boston Common and the first four seasons of the aforementioned show.

2nd Logo (September 26, 2002-April 23, 2020)

Visuals: Over a black background is "Kohan" in light blue and "Mutchnick" in dark blue sliding towards each other. The words are shortened to "KoMut" with "ENTERTAINMENT" in gray underneath.


  • On the 2017 revival of Will & Grace, the blue colors are reversed: "Kohan" is now in dark blue and "Mutchnick" is now in light blue.
  • A widescreen version of the normal variant also exists.

Technique: 2D computer graphics.

Audio: A short jazz tune composed by Jonathan Wolff and Paul Buckley or the end theme. NBC and CBS airings used a generic theme.

Audio Variant: On the aforementioned revival of Will & Grace, the music is rearranged.

Availability: Seen on Will & Grace (starting with the fifth season), Good Morning, Miami, The Stones, Four Kings, $#*! My Dad Says, Partners, and Clipped. Also seen on the failed pilot of Strange Brew.