Oprah's Final Show To Score $1 Million For 30-Second TV Ads
Posted on Tue Apr 12, 2011 09:39 AM PDT

oprah200small.jpgCHICAGO, Illinois (X17online) - Oprah Winfrey's final show is scheduled for May 25, and now advertisers will be forced to fork over $1 million for any 30-second TV spots. The prices could increase depending on when the ads air during the hour-long show.

These prices are similar to what advertisers had to pay during the finales of Seinfeld and Everybody Loves Raymond, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

During the finale of Friends, advertisers paid close to $2 million. The Friends finale had more than 52.5 million viewers tuning in back in 2004.

For the finale of Seinfeld, over 76 million tuned in. Check out the five priciest :30 second finale spots below:

Lost (2010): $900,000
X-Files (2002): $679,700
24 (2010): $650,000
Cheers (1993): $650,000
Ally McBeal (2002): $582,600