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Topic - Will & Grace
Will & Grace is an American television sitcom that was originally broadcast on NBC from September 21, 1998 to May 18, 2006, for a total of eight seasons. Will & Grace remains the most successful television series with gay principal characters. Despite initial criticism for its particular portrayal of homosexuals, it went on to become a staple of NBC's Must See TV Thursday night lineup, where it was ensconced in the Nielsen Top 20 for half of its network run. Throughout its eight-year run, Will & Grace earned 16 Emmy Awards and 83 nominations. - Source: Wikipedia
President Obama dropped in on the DreamWorks movie studio last week while on a West Coast scavenger hunt for Democratic campaign cash. Lavishing praise on an industry that has lavished millions of dollars on him, the president told the assembled cast, crew and executives that "entertainment is part of our American diplomacy" and that Hollywood exports "our values" globally. To paraphrase a previous Democratic president, that all depends on what the definition of "our values" is.
NBC is launching a celebrity game show with Jane Lynch as host.
In the beginning, there was Lucille Ball. She defined TV comedy six decades ago. Then came another towering figure, who arrived in 1974 with "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and now, dozens of sitcoms later, keeps making history. But even after all this time, James Burrows isn't a household name.
Got a goofy older brother? Parents you still live with even though you're grown up? An unconventional friendship?
Eric McCormack is bracing himself.
After being fired as NBC entertainment president toward the end of the "must see TV" period in 1998, Warren Littlefield packed photos, papers, awards and other memorabilia into a self-storage unit and turned the key.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden, saying a canceled NBC sitcom "educated" the American people, said Sunday he is "absolutely comfortable" with gay marriage — but wouldn't say whether President Obama would back such unions in a second term.
In a move to inject new life into its kookiness, "30 Rock" is going live this week.
Hollywood is gearing up for what could be one of the toughest - and highest-stakes - TV contract renegotiations in years.
NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt is drawing on Will Ferrell, Sean Hayes and other proven talent to help turn around the fourth-place network's fortunes.
Neil Patrick Harris will return as host for the upcoming Tony Awards.