Who are the highest paid stars of 2014? Some of the names on this list might surprise you!
The former Tool Man's return to television has netted him some big bucks. Allen receives an estimated $250,000 an episode for Last Man Standing.
Don Draper makes for the first cable entry on the list, earning $275,000 an episode for Mad Men.
Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey
The Grey's Anatomy docs are the first non-CBS entries on the list, pulling in roughly $350,000 an episode.
Baker earned about $375,000 for his title role on The Mentalist. Clearly, CBS is the network to work for!
Harmon received $450,000 an episode for NCIS last season, making him TV's highest-paid dramatic actor.
The Two and a Half Men star took home $650,000 last season. Not bad for a perenial second fiddle.
Kutch made the right call when he stepped into Charlie Sheen's old role. He pulled in about $750,000 an episode last season.
Kaley Cuoco, Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons
The three stars of The Big Bang Theory are now making the biggest bucks on TV. They're set to earn about $90 million each over the course of the next three seasons.