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WHERE THERE'S WILL, THERE'S A WAY

Who says being gay doesn't pay? NBC has renewed Thursday night smash Will & Grace for three more years in a deal worth a reported $300 million. The Peacock will shell out $4 million per episode to keep the Emmy-winning sitcom on the air through May 2005. That makes W&G NBC's fourth most-expensive series, behind ER, Friends, and Frasier.

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Who says being gay doesn't pay? NBC has renewed Thursday night smash Will & Grace for three more years in a deal worth a reported $300 million. The Peacock will shell out $4 million per episode to keep the Emmy-winning sitcom on the air through May 2005. That makes W&G NBC's fourth most-expensive series, behind ER, Friends, and Frasier.