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Ken Warwick Signs Eight-Figure Deal to Continue on ‘Idol’; Richest Showrunner Deal Ever?

Jul 24, 2009  •  Post A Comment

In what Variety says is a deal that could make “American Idol” Executive Producer and Showrunner Ken Warwick the highest paid showrunner in Hollywood, he has signed a new three-year deal that the trade paper says is worth “eight figures.”

 

For us who are numbers challenged (we journalists, after all, tip the scale at high single digit salaries) that means the deal is worth somewhere between $10 million and $99 million over the three-years.

 

‘Idol’ host Ryan Seacrest recently signed a three-year deal with the show’s producers worth a reported $45 million.

 

—Chuck Ross

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