WORLD'S MOST EXPENSIVE
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
What was the most expensive TV program in the world?
Warner Brothers, in January 1998,
agreed to a three-year contract with NBC for their prime time hospital drama ER.
The agreement was for $857.6 million for 22 episodes, which averages out to be
$13.1 million for every one-hour episode.
At the time of the deal, ER had a weekly audience
of 33 million. Michael Crichton is the executive producer of ER and is also the
best selling author of such titles as Jurassic Park and Disclosure, both of
which have been made into movies.
The stars of ER Anthony Edwards and Noah Wyle eared
around $2 million for each hour of the television show.
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