Netflix, another major player in the world of serial entertainment, appears on the list several times—touting the triple digit salaries of House of Cards star Kevin Spacey($500,000), Ozark duo Jason Bateman and Laura Linney ($300,000 each), and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s Ellie Kemper ($150,000). Notably, The Crown’s Claire Foy and Kimmy Schmidt’s Tituss Burgess make considerably less per episode ($40,000 and $90,000, respectively).
Spacey's House of Cards co-star, Robin Wright, is also conspicuously missing from the list. After demanding equal pay and opening up about eventually earning it in May 2016, Wright recanted her statement a year later, telling Net-a-Porter's The Edit that she was told she'd receive the same pay as Spacey, but later found out that wasn't true.
When it comes down to it, though, reality TV is where the money is. Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres tops the list, earning a yearly salary of $50 million. Judge Judy’s Judith Sheindlin isn’t far behind—reportedly earning $47 million yearly from both new and syndicated episodes of the courtroom series.
Also high on the list is American Idol judge Katy Perry, whose salary is listed at $25 million, topping talk show and late night mainstays like Kelly Ripa and Jimmy Fallon.
The 2017 list shines a spotlight on how few minorities are among television's top earners. Variety notes that the salary and casting landscapes are still egregiously out of balance when it comes to gender and race. In May, the publication reported that only 20 percent of leads in upcoming broadcast TV series were nonwhite or Hispanic, and only a third of new shows employed a female lead. For the third year running, CBS failed to order a single new show with a female lead.
See Variety's full salary report here—and maybe consider a career in television.
This article originally appeared on InStyle.