The creators of Will & Grace are suing NBC, claiming the network failed to negotiate a fair license fee for the show, thus cheating them out of their fair share of the show's earnings. David Kohan and Jason "Max" Mutchnick who also helm NBC's Good Morning Miami argue that the sitcom's value was deliberately undervalued because Will & Grace is produced by the network's sister company, NBC Studios. "NBC in fact effectively sat on and controlled both sides of the 'bargaining' table," the duo said. The Peacock isn't commenting, but Jack McFarland had this to say: "Ohmygawd am I on TV Guide Online?!"
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