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  • Sunday Night Football $512,000
  • American Idol $502,000
  • The X-Factor $321,000
  • Glee $267,000
  • Family Guy $265,000
  • The Simpsons $254,000
  • Two and a Half Men $252,000
  • Modern Family $249,000
  • Dancing With the Stars $233,000
  • The Voice $206,500
  • Grey’s Anatomy $203,000
  • Big Bang Theory $198,000
  • Mike & Molly $196,500
  • House $184,000
  • The Office $179,000
  • The Bachelor $177,500
  • Person of Interest $174,500
  • Terra Nova $168,000
  • How I Met Your Mother $167,000
  • 2 Broke Girl $167,000
  • Alcatraz $160,000
  • NCIS $155,000
  • The Mentalist $155,000
  • Hate My Teenage Daughter $151,000
  • American Dad $150,000
  • Desperate Housewives $149,000
  • Bones $145,700
  • Survivor $144,500
  • Cleveland Show $143,500
  • The Good Wife $137,500
  • Criminal Minds $137,500
  • CSI $133,500
  • NCIS: Los Angeles $133,000
  • 30 Rock $133,000
  • Unforgettable $132,000
  • Hawaii Five-0 $130,500
  • Happy Endings $130,000
  • Private Practice $129,000
  • The Middle $127,000
  • Suburgatory $127,500
  • New Girl $125,500
  • Raising Hope $125,500
  • The Amazing Race $124,000
  • 60 Minutes $122,000
  • Castle $122,000
  • Man Up $122,000
  • Whitney $120,500
  • Awake $117,500
  • Last Man Standing $117,000
  • Parks and Recreation $117,000
  • The Biggest Loser $106,000
  • The Firm $104,500
  • L&O: SVU $104,500
  • Cougar Town $104,000
  • CSI Miami $98,000
  • Parenthood $96,000
  • Community $93,500
  • Football Night in America $93,000
  • Prime Suspect $93,000
  • Up All Night $82,500
  • College Football Sat $82,500
  • The Sing-Off $81,000
  • America’s Funniest Home Videos $80,000
  • Extreme Makeover $73,000
  • CSI NY $72,000
  • Shark Tank $67,000
  • 20/20 $67,000
  • Harry’s Law $64,000
  • A Gifted Man $63,800
  • America’s Next Top Model $61,000
  • Fringe $57,500
  • Vampire Diaries $54,000
  • Gossip Girl $50,000
  • Chuck $50,000
  • Hart of Dixie $47,500
  • 48 Hours Mystery $43,400
  • Dateline NBC $39,000
  • 90210 $38,000
Data based on prime-time reported TV ad
prices over a past year. Source: AdAge.com