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No Joke: The Amount of Money ‘Seinfeld’ has Really Made in Syndication

Jun 4, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Though the hit sitcom "Seinfeld" is distributed by Sony Pictures Television, the show is owned by Time Warner subsidiary Castle Rock. And at an investor’s conference in New York last week, on Thursday,May 27, Time Warner revealed how much the show has already made in syndication.

According to a report about the conference in The Hollywood Reporter, the hit sitcom "made $598 million in off-network first cycle revenue, $984 million in the off-network second cycle and $703 million in the third. The cable first cycle brought in $180 million, followed by $113 million in the second and $86 million in the third. That made for a total of $2.67 billion revenue for the eight seasons and 180 episodes of the show, including $2.07 billion after the first cycle (or 346% of the first cycle.)"

6 Comments

  1. What I want to know is how much of those totals do the significant and even the non-star-type actors receive/ed?

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  6. thanks for the info. What stations air these epidodes?

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