On January 10, HBO Max announced a Sex and the City revival called And Just Like That … – much to the excitement of rosy-eyed fans the world over. Three of the original stars – Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis – are returning for the miniseries and are expected to enjoy massive paydays. The three actresses will each make more than US$1 million per episode for the 10-episode series, Variety reported on January 11. Sex in another City – Emily in Paris channels NYC classic They aren’t the first to join the US$1 million TV club. As more big-name movie actors have made the jump to TV – from Nicole Kidman to Reese Witherspoon – salaries have ballooned. That is likely to continue as media companies focus on their streaming businesses and look to attract A-list talent for their content. What’s next for the cast of Netflix’s hit K-drama Start-Up? The Friends cast members were even set to make “at least US$2.5 million” for the HBO Max reunion special, Variety reported last year, before it was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic . We rounded up other actors who have scored US$1 million or more per episode for recent TV projects. They range from Norman Reedus, who leads the long-running popular show The Walking Dead , to Kerry Washington, who landed a big payday for Hulu’s Little Fires Everywhere . The ‘Netflix bump’: 14 popular shows that got a second lease of life in 2020 The five main cast members of The Big Bang Theory were all making US$1 million an episode before agreeing to take US$100,000 pay cuts in 2017, to help co-stars Melissa Rauch and Mayim Bialik earn more, Variety reported at the time. And it doesn’t stop there. Actors like Harrison Ford and Jeff Bridges have struck big deals for upcoming TV shows. Ford is nabbing more than US$1 million an episode for the true-crime adaptation, The Staircase , and Bridges for the upcoming FX on Hulu series, The Old Man , according to Variety . How Bridgerton brought costume drama into the 21st century Below are 10 TV stars who have made US$1 million or more an episode for existing or upcoming series – with Nicole Kidman even making both lists. Reese Witherspoon, The Morning Show (Apple TV Plus) – US$1.25 million Witherspoon also made US$1.1 million an episode for Hulu’s Little Fires Everywhere , according to Variety , and US$1 million an episode for season two of HBO’s Big Little Lies , according to The Hollywood Reporter . Reese Witherspoon’s home organisers now have their own Netflix show Jennifer Aniston, The Morning Show (Apple TV Plus) – US$1.25 million 7 celebs who didn’t let dyslexia get in the way of success Kerry Washington, Little Fires Everywhere (Hulu) – US$1.1 million Steve Carell, Space Force (Netflix) – US$1 million Norman Reedus, The Walking Dead (AMC) – US$1 million Elisabeth Moss, The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu) – US$1 million Nicole Kidman, Big Little Lies (HBO) – US$1 million Interview: why Meryl Streep plans to retire after every movie she makes These stars struck big paydays for shows that haven’t been released yet, from Harrison Ford to Jeff Bridges. Jeff Bridges, The Old Man (FX on Hulu) – US$1 million Nicole Kidman, Nine Perfect Strangers (Hulu) – US$1 million What we learned about Greta Thunberg from new Hulu doc, I Am Greta Harrison Ford, The Staircase (HBO Max) – US$1.2 million This article originally appeared on Business Insider . Want more stories like this? Sign up here. Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .