These days A-list actors are crossing over to television without blinking an eye. And who can blame them with the insane dollar amount studios are willing to pay per episode? Apple TV+, for example, has entered the streaming space paying Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon more than $1 million an episode to star in The Morning Show. Aniston and Witherspoon aren't the only ones receiving seven figures per episode, however, as Nicole Kidman, Jeff Bridges, Kerry Washington, and Steve Carell are each raking in $1 million an episode as well.

Here we take a look at some of the most noteworthy TV salaries earned by everyone from Cardi B and Chance the Rapper for Netflix's Rhythm & Flow, to Ellen DeGeneres for her Netflix stand-up special, and the cast of Stranger Things as all the kids are earning some serious coin. See below for the names and figures that stand out most, and hit the comments to let us know who you think is underpaid or overvalued.

Ellen DeGeneres (Stand-up comedy special, Netflix): $20 million to $25 million Steve Carell (Space Force, Netflix): $1 million Chris Evans (Defending Jacob, Apple TV): $750,000 Patrick Stewart (Picard, CBS All Access): $750,000 Bryan Cranston (Your Honor, Showtime): $700,000 Jason Momoa (See, Apple TV): $600,000 Ansel Elgort (Tokyo Vice, HBO Max): $500,000 Cardi B (Rhythm & Flow, Netflix): $500,000 Chance the Rapper (Rhythm & Flow, Netflix): $500,00 Paul Rudd (Living With Yourself, Netflix): $450,000 David Harbour (Stranger Things, Netflix): $350,000 Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things, Netflix): $350,000 Orlando Bloom (Carnival Row, Amazon): $350,000 Winona Ryder (Stranger Things, Netflix): $350,000 Christina Applegate (Dead to Me, Netflix): $325,000 John Malkovich (Space Force, Netflix): $300,000 Caleb McLaughlin (Stranger Things, Netflix): $250,000 Charlie Heaton (Stranger Things, Netflix): $250,000 Finn Wolfhard (Stranger Things, Netflix): $250,000 Gaten Matarazzo (Stranger Things, Netflix): $250,000 Natalia Dyer (Stranger Things, Netflix): $250,000 Noah Schnapp (Stranger Things, Netflix): $250,000 Sadie Sink (Stranger Things, Netflix): $150,000 Ruby Rose (Batwoman, The CW): $60,000 to $75,000

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