Savannah Guthrie re-ups at 'Today'

Savannah Guthrie will definitely return to Today when her maternity leave is up: The morning-show co-anchor recently inked a new deal with NBC.

Per The Hollywood Reporter, Guthrie's renewed, long-term contract keeps her at Today for a while, though the duration was not specified.

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Guthrie's co-host, lead anchor Matt Lauer, recently signed a deal that gives him reportedly $20 million per year through 2018.

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Guthrie became co-host, replacing the departing Ann Curry, in 2012. She previously co-emceed the program's third hour and served as a legal analyst and correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC.

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News of both Guthrie and Lauer's contracts follows a tumultuous time for the morning chatfest, which in October ousted new co-host Billy Bush after his role in the Donald Trump Access Hollywood tape scandal came to light. According to unconfirmed reports, Bush's exit package was in the neighborhood of $10 million.