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TVGuide magazine has rounded up its annual list of the highest-paid stars on television, and Ashton Kutcher has come out on top. The actor is earning $700,000 an episode for "Two and a Half Men" - enough to make him the highest-paid sitcom actor, the magazine notes, but less than the $1.2 million that Charlie Sheen took home when he was on the show.
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"House" star Hugh Laurie reportedly pulls in $700,000 per episode for playing the FOX drama's title character, making him the highest-paid dramatic actor on television.
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Kiefer Sutherland is earning $225,000 an episode for his upcoming TV series, "Touch," according to TVGuide. Back in 2007,
Entertainment Weekly reported that the actor made $400,000 an episode playing Jack Bauer on "24."
Mariska Hargitay is reportedly being paid $350,000 an episode for her role as Det. Olivia Benson on "Law & Order: SVU."
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Ted Danson is being paid $225,000 an episode for his role on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," TVGuide reports - less than the $350,000 an episode that his predecessor Laurence Fishburne earned.
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Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi reportedly earns $100,000 for each episode of "Jersey Shore."
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Anderson Cooper is earning around $11 million a year between his CNN anchoring gig and his upcoming talk show, according to TVGuide.
Blake Lively earns a reported $60,000 per episode for her role as Serena Van Der Woodsen on "Gossip Girl."
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Tim Allen is returning to TV in the new sitcom "Last Man Standing," and will earn $225,000 an episode for it, according to TVGuide.
Simon Cowell will reportedly make $75 million per season for "The X Factor," where he serves as both a judge and a producer.
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Former "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul will reportedly make $2.5 million per season for her judging gig on "The X Factor."
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"The Big Bang Theory" stars Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco and Jim Parsons will reportedly each earn $250,000 per episode for the upcoming season.
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"Grey's Anatomy" star Patrick Dempsey reportedly takes home $275,000 an episode for playing Dr. Derek "McDreamy" Shepherd.
Kate Walsh, who left "Grey's Anatomy" to star on the spin-off series "Private Practice," earns a reported $275,000 an episode for playing Dr. Addison Montgonery.
Ryan Seacrest is reportedly the highest-paid reality TV host on the list, earning $15 million per season for his gig on "American Idol."
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"The Voice" coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Cee Lo Green reportedly earned $75,000 per episode, while Christina Aguilera was paid $225,000 per episode.
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David Letterman reportedly earns $28 million per season as host of the "Late Show."
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Conan O'Brien reportedly earns $10 million per season for hosting his late-night talk show "Conan" on TBS.
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Jay Leno reportedly earns $25 million per season for hosting "The Tonight Show."
Jimmy Fallon reportedly earns $5 million per season for his hosting duties on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon."
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