"American Idol" is still on top.
Despite a dip in ratings, the Fox show still regularly wins its time slot -- and advertisers still pay more for commercials on "Idol" than on any other show, Forbes reports in its list of TV’s Biggest Moneymakers.
"Idol" made $6.64 million in ad revenue every half hour in 2011, according to Forbes, making it the biggest moneymaker on TV. "The X Factor," another Fox show, came in second on Forbes' list, earning $5.55 million per half hour.
"Two and a Half Men" placed third with $3.24 million (even without Charlie Sheen) and "Glee" ranked fourth with $2.83 million. From "Idol" to "Glee" to "Dancing with the Stars," let us know: Which "moneymaking" TV show is your favorite?