TV measured as one of the most important mass media worldwide has colossally prolific broadcast programming slates. These endow advertisers to attract a maximum of viewers out of their target audience and we are here to know TV’s costliest shows of the present season that experience viewership dominance and no wonder cost most expensive programming charge to advertisers.
1) NBC: Sunday Night Football – $603,00
NBC Sunday Night Football, a weekly television broadcast of National Football League (NFL) games on NBC in the United States is considered to be the television’s priciest show, averaging $603,000 for a 30-second spot. Super Bowl games are among the most watched television broadcasts in United States and the spectacle is a result of the game’s extremely high viewership and widespread demographics. As known, Americans host parties to see the Super Bowl ads and the games itself.
2) FOX: Empire – $497,364
Fox’s Empire an American musical cleanser musical show TV arrangement made by Lee Daniels and Danny Solid, cost advertisers $497,364 on average for a 30-second commercial and got positioned at the no.2 in this list. The show focuses on Music and Entertainment Company and the dramatization among the family members as they battle for the control of the company.
3) CBS: Thursday Night Football – $464,625
A great number of enormous media organizations desire to get their hands on the National Football League’s package of Thursday-night games, as this is the branding utilized for telecasts of National Football League (NFL) games. CBS’s “Thursday Night Football” comes in at No. 3, averaging $464,625 for setting a 30 second advertisement as Football is all the time more loved by Americans and they wish to watch it live.
4) CBS: The Big Bang Theory – $348,300
For years, CBS’s “The Big Bang Theory” comedy show has ranked as one of the most expensive TV shows. At present, the sitcom ranks fourth and in terms of viewership, it has been anticipated to draw 19.1 million viewers during last season. This is an American sitcom created by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady and averaged $348,300 for a 30-second spot.
5) ABC: How to Get Away with Murder – $252,934
“How to Get Away with Murder” is an American drama television series that got premiered on ABC on September 25, 2014. This tremendously popular drama series stars ‘Viola Davis’ as a law professor who, while working with a group of students, gets to be involved in a murder plot. This comes at No. 5 averaging $252,934 for a 30 second ad slot.
6) ABC: The Voice (Monday) – $240,502
The Voice, an American reality television singing competition gets aired on NBC, conceptualized from the original, The Voice of Holland. The concept is about finding new singing talent (solo or duets) challenged by wannabe singers, age 15 or over and are drawn from public auditions. This comes at No. 6 costing in an average of $240,502 for a 30-second spot.
7) ABC: Modern Family – $239,993
ABC’s critically acclaimed “Modern Family” remained at No. 7, averaging $239,993 for a 30-second spot. This American television series that got premiered on ABC on September 23, 2009 and follows the lives of Jay Pritchett and his family, all of whom live in suburban Los Angeles. As of May 18, 2016, 166 episodes of Modern Family have been aired, concluding the seventh season.
8) NBC: The Voice (Tuesday) – $233,720
NBC’s “The Voice”, a U.S reality television singing competition comes at No.8, aired on Tuesday nights, costing an average of $233,720 for a 30-second spot. The eleventh season of The Voice is set to premiere with a special episode on September 19, 2016.
9) ABC: Scandal – $224,509
Scandal is an American political thriller television series starring Kerry Washington, created by Shonda Rhimes. The show got aired on ABC on April 5, 2012 and has won prestigious Prime time Emmy Awards, Golden Globe Awards and more. ABC’s Scandal stayed at No. 9, averaging $224,509 for a 30-second spot. As of May 12, 2016, 90 episodes of Scandal have aired, concluding the fifth season.
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