Among adults 18-49 living in households earning $100,000 or more, ABC sets the pace with an index of 112 (meaning its audience is 12% more likely than the average adult under 50 to bring home the big bucks). NBC was close behind at 107 …
The top-indexing programs in the $100,000 category through January were NBC’s “The Office” (138), ABC’s “Boston Legal” (135), NBC’s “The Apprentice” (132) and rookie dramas “Brothers & Sisters” on ABC and “Studio 60” on NBC (both 131).
Yeah, too bad I’m a college student with negative 14 dollars to my name…
Callan, I feel your pain. I actually have about $400 to my name, and $1,100 in bills.
So if I keep on watching maybe I’ll soon be earning at that level…
Maybe if I can actually get my husband to watch the show with me we could make some more money!!!
I heard Staples is hiring
Personally, I’m unemployed, well technically I make under $10000 a year. But I still love The Office!
I work at Staples! haha I’m well below 100k but this is good news for The Office, Greg Daniels says NBC loves these numbers.
Well, I don’t earn anywhere NEAR that amount, and I love it, too.
Callan – I feel your pain. I’m a college student again after a many-year break. I think college and brokeness automatically go together…
How many people do you think lie about their income?
I never tell the truth when being polled. I hate polls. I never suspect real answers from polling data.
I’ve never lied about income on a poll. I’ve rarely lied about anything on a poll.
I’ve wondered if this is why they saddled the series with this pointless Karen story all season, to appeal to upscale viewers.
Because upscale viewers are drawn to pointless storylines? What?