Super Bowl averages 113 million viewers, 3rd most watched in history

Sunday’s Super Bowl was the third-most-watched TV show of all time, with an estimated 113 million watching as the Kansas City Chiefs rally to defeat the Philadelphia Eagles.

In 2015, NBC’s New England vs. Seattle game drew 114.442 million viewers, while Fox’s Seattle vs. Denver Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014 (112.191 million) followed suit. Continue.

Fox said on Monday that preliminary figures include broadcasts on Fox and Fox Deportes and streaming on Fox and the NFL’s digital sites. By e-Analytics.

Nielsen’s final data will be available on Tuesday.

It was Fox’s 10th Super Bowl since it began broadcasting NFL games in 1994 and was the second most-watched show in Fox Sports history.

It would also be slightly above last year’s Super Bowl average of 112.3 million. Cincinnati Los Angeles His Rams win over the Bengals was broadcast by NBC and Telemundo and streamed on Peacock and his NFL digital site.

According to Adobe Analytics, digital feeds averaged a Super Bowl-record 7 million streams, an 18% increase from last year (6 million), and Fox’s final Super Bowl in 2020 (3.4 million). has more than doubled.

Rihanna’s halftime show averaged 118.7 million viewers, making it the second most watched in Super Bowl history. Katy Perry’s 2015 performance still holds his top mark of 121 million views.

The game averaged 951,000 Spanish-language viewers, setting a record for the most-watched Super Bowl game in the history of Spanish-language cable television. It was also the most watched non-football event in Spanish-language cable history.


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