American Idol Ad Rates Drop 32%

American Idol once dominated in ad rates raking in millions and millions of dollars over the past 11 seasons. Season 12 has seen a huge decline in ads rates and one can only wonder why. Maybe because the show sucks, the contestants suck and the brass keep hiring lame judges.

American Idol‘s reign as the most expensive show on TV to advertise on is over. The new champ is Sunday Night Football on NBC. Idol is still #2 however, but the show’s ad rate has dropped 32% — from $502,900 last season to $340,825

The Top 10:

1. Sunday Night Football (NBC) – $545,142
2. American Idol – Wednesay (FOX) – $340,825
3. Modern Family (ABC) – $330,908
4. New Girl (FOX) – $320,940
5. American Idol – Thursday (FOX) – $290,062
6. The Simpsons (FOX) – $286,131
7. Family Guy (FOX) – $276,690
8. The Big Bang Theory (CBS) – $275,573
9. 2 Broke Girls (CBS) – $269,235
10. Two and a Half Men (CBS) – $247,261

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