Ellen DeGeneres

Inside Ellen DeGeneres $55 MILLION Contract for Her Daytime Talk Show

Ellen DeGeneresAs Ellen DeGeneres’ show grapples with allegations of a toxic workplace without any further ado let’s jump to the topic. Just how much money is at stake? Well, with success and with money you become more of who you are.

“One of the best things about hosting the show is that I get to bring joy and laughter to the world but the second best thing is that I made makes me very very rich”. Ellen is one of the richest women in America as she is worth 330 million dollars.

You shouldn’t live your life in fear of money because you’re going to manifest that Ellen reportedly makes 50 million dollars a year on her talk show. On top of that, there’s her game show she gets paid around 10 million a year for that endorsement deals, commercials, and her popular digital channel called EllenTube.

Ellen reportedly got 20 million for her Netflix comedy special which turned her vast wealth into a running joke. Warner Brothers makes about 35 million dollars a year distributing Ellen’s talk show and NBC. Forbes revealed that the network has been selling a 30-second spot on Ellen for over fifty thousand dollars.

NBC is going to work pretty hard to keep Ellen, at least not make any decisions right now. During the pandemic, unless something a little more damning comes out. Although there are many celebrities such as Ashton, Jay Leno, Kevin Hart, and more who supported the comedian.

However, there is another factor in all of these ratings the biggest thing that could change things is if advertisers start dropping Ellen. The show’s ratings go down last week, she’s now fourth behind Dr. Phil, Live with Kelly and Ryan, and Maury.

If Ellen ratings keep going down or advertisers start dropping out of the show that’s when NBC might look into dropping her. For more latest updates, keep watching this space.

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