Forbes: FOX ’24’ Among TV’s Biggest Moneymakers in 2009

Posted: March 15, 2010 in NEWS STORY, TELEVISION

Posted on 15 March 2010 by Robert Seidman

It won’t surprise anyone to find American Idol at the top of 2009’s biggest TV moneymakers according to Forbes.  At $8.1 million in revenue per thirty minutes, it easily topped Forbes’ annual list.    Two and a Half Men at number two and $3.1 million per 30 minutes probably won’t surprise a lot of folks very much either.

But what about Fox’s 24 at number three with $3 million?  Especially in light of all the rumblings that Fox is seeking to dump the show (and perhaps pawn it off on NBC) that does seem a bit surprising.  But Forbes reports in one hour in 2009 it fetched $6 million in advertising.  Perhaps 2010 isn’t 2009?

Grey’s Anatomy and V were tied for the next spot on the list at $2.8 million.

See the rest of the top 10 on Forbes.

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