- Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis are anticipated to earn $1 million per episode for HBO Max’s upcoming “Intercourse and the Metropolis” revival, “And Simply Like That…,” in keeping with Selection.
- They are not the primary TV actors to hitch the $1 million membership.
- As big-name Hollywood expertise has more and more made the soar from films to TV, salaries have ballooned.
- That may seemingly proceed as extra media firms attempt to compete within the streaming house.
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HBO Max introduced on Sunday a “Intercourse and the Metropolis” revival referred to as “And Simply Like That…”
Three of the unique stars — Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis — are returning for the collection and are anticipated to have huge pay days. The three actresses will every make greater than $1 million per episode for the 10-episode collection, Variety reported on Monday.
They are not the primary to hitch the $1 million TV membership.
As an increasing number of big-name film actors have just lately made the soar to TV, from Nicole Kidman to Reese Witherspoon, salaries have ballooned. That may seemingly proceed as media firms give attention to their streaming companies and look to draw A-list expertise for his or her content material.
The “Mates” solid members had been even set to make “at least 2.5 million” for the HBO Max reunion particular, Selection reported final 12 months (it was delayed as a result of coronavirus pandemic).
Insider rounded up different actors who’ve scored $1 million or extra per episode for current TV tasks. They vary from Norman Reedus, who leads the long-running fashionable present “The Strolling Useless,” to Kerry Washington, who landed an enormous pay day for Hulu’s “Little Fires All over the place.”
The 5 predominant solid members of “The Huge Bang Concept” had been all making $1 million an episode before agreeing to take $100,000 pay cuts in 2017 to assist costars Melissa Rauch and Mayim Bialik earn extra, Selection reported on the time. We have included the 5 actors on this record since they had been at one level making $1 million.
And it does not cease there.
Actors like Harrison Ford and Jeff Bridges have struck large offers for upcoming TV reveals. Ford is nabbing greater than $1 million an episode for the true-crime adaptation, “The Staircase,” and Bridges for the upcoming FX on Hulu collection, “The Outdated Man,” in keeping with Variety.
Under are 17 TV stars who’ve made $1 million or extra an episode: