The Drew Carey Show isn't going anywhere.
ABC has renewed the Warner Bros. sitcom for two more seasons for over $150 million. ABC already had the rights to the comedy for the upcoming season and now has it through the 2003-2004 season.
Drew Carey himself has also signed a new contract that will pay the comedian turned actor over $600,000 per episode.
Warner Bros. would not comment on terms of either deal. ABC had no comment.
- Joe Schlosser
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