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How many TV viewers does the Super Bowl get?

How many TV viewers does the Super Bowl get?

96.4 million viewers
Kansas City Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes in action, Super Bowl, Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida, February 7, 2021. To understand the big challenge facing American media, look at Super Bowl ratings over the past ten years. This year’s game got 96.4 million viewers, the lowest rating since 2007.

Who owns Super Bowl TV rights?

Originally alternated between the AFL’s broadcaster (then NBC) and the NFL’s broadcaster (then CBS), the game is now alternated between the three main broadcast television rightsholders of the NFL—CBS, Fox and NBC. CBS has televised the most Super Bowl games, with Super Bowl LV as its 21st.

What was the TV audience for Super Bowl 2020?

2020 Super Bowl Audience A total of 148.5 million viewers watched some or all of the Super Bowl.

How were the TV ratings for the Super Bowl?

(Reuters) – Sunday’s Super Bowl broadcast on CBS attracted an average television audience of about 92 million viewers, roughly 9% below last year’s National Football League championship, according to Nielsen data released on Tuesday.

What is the most watched Super Bowl halftime show?

Katy Perry
Katy Perry (2015) With an impressive 118.5 million viewers tuning in, Katy Perry set the record for the most-watched halftime show ever.

Did Amazon buy the NFL?

In March, Amazon signed a 10-year deal with the NFL to stream 15 games per season on its Prime Video platform. The average annual rights fee is around $1.2 billion and that is the price tag for the additional season, people familiar with the matter said.

How much does the NFL get for TV rights?

The N.F.L. signed new media rights agreements with CBS, NBC, Fox, ESPN and Amazon collectively worth about $110 billion over 11 years, nearly doubling the value of its previous contracts.

What was the viewership for Super Bowl LV?

On the digital curve, Super Bowl LV was the most live-streamed in history, averaging 5.7 million viewers per minute, up 69% from 2020’s pervious high. Now as the Buccaneers and Raymond James Stadium will brag for years, Sunday was also the first time the NFL’s big game was won by a team playing on their home turf.

What was the TV rating for the 2019 Super Bowl?

Starting in 2010, viewership topped 100 million for nine straight years. It dipped to 98.5 million in 2019, when Brady’s Patriots nipped the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3, in the lowest-scoring Super Bowl to date. If the overall Super Bowl numbers were disappointing for the NFL, a related program Sunday was a notable success.

What was the TV rating for the 1969 Super Bowl?

In New York City, the game received a 36.3 rating and a 61 share. 1969’s Super Bowl III received an initial rating of 39.9 and a share of 79 with over 60 million total viewers. In New York City, the game registered a preliminary rating of 40.5 on NBC, more than eight times the combined rating of CBS and ABC broadcasts at the same time.

When was the last time the Super Bowl was played?

It has served as the final game of every NFL season since 1966, replacing the NFL Championship Game. Since 2004, the game has been played on the first Sunday in February. Winning teams are awarded with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, named after the eponymous coach who won the first two Super Bowl games.