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"Modern Family's" Viewers Are the Richest . . . While "Bob's Burgers'" Viewers A

by Bob posted Nov 14 2013 4:29AM
TheWrap.com has put together a couple charts showing which shows have the RICHEST audience, and which shows have the POOREST.

 

 

Of the shows they looked at, "Modern Family" viewers make the MOST money.  The show's average viewer in the coveted 18- to 49-year-old demographic makes roughly $81,000 a year.

 

 

"Bob's Burgers" was on the other end of the spectrum, with its viewers in that demographic earning just under $49,000 a year.

 

 

Since those numbers are AVERAGES . . . they skew a little more to the middle, without either total being particularly rich or poor.

 

 

The report looked at primetime shows on the four major broadcast networks . . . ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox . . . with the exception of "sports, specials and award ceremonies."  So, no cable shows were included.

 

 

Here are the 10 shows with the RICHEST audiences, and their annual income:

 

 

1.  "Modern Family",  $81,100  (ABC)

 

2.  "Parks and Recreation",  $81,000  (NBC)

 

3.  "The Amazing Race",  $75,700  (CBS)

 

4.  "Nashville",  $74,400  (ABC)

 

5.  "The Goldbergs",  $73,900  (ABC)

 

6.  "60 Minutes",  $73,900  (CBS)

 

7.  "The Mindy Project",  $73,800  (Fox)

 

8.  "The Good Wife",  $72,900  (CBS)

 

9.  "How I Met Your Mother",  $72,900  (CBS)

 

10.  "New Girl",  $72,700  (Fox)

 

 

And here are the 10 shows with the POOREST audiences, and their income:

 

 

1.  "Bob's Burgers",  $48,800  (Fox)

 

2.  "American Dad",  $49,100  (Fox)

 

3.  "Family Guy",  $53,400  (Fox)

 

4.  "48 Hours",  $54,000  (CBS)

 

5.  "The Simpsons",  $54,100  (Fox)

 

6.  "America's Funniest Home Videos",  $54,700  (ABC)

 

7.  "Ironside",  $55,400  (NBC) . . . This show has since been canceled.

 

8.  "Undercover Boss",  $55,800  (CBS)

 

9.  "CSI",  $56,300  (CBS)

 

10.  "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland",  $56,300  (ABC)

 

 

(You can check out the full charts, here.)  (Image Source)

 (The reason this report only used data on 18- to 49-year-olds is because:  that's the demographic that advertisers care about . . .)

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