Super Bowl LVII was most-watched of all time with 115.1 million

Super Bowl LVII was the MOST-WATCHED of all time with 115.1 million viewers tuning in for Kansas City Chiefs’ dramatic win over the Philadelphia Eagles

  • A staggering 115.1 million watched Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl LVII victory
  • It was thought 113 million had tuned in but Nielsen revealed irregularities in data 
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Kansas City Chiefs’ come-from-behind win over the Philadelphia Eagles was the most-watched Super Bowl in history.

Fox Sports’ coverage of Super Bowl LVII was viewed by a staggering 115.1 million fans across its platforms, according to new figures by Nielsen, as reported by Front Office Sports

February’s dramatic game has beaten the 114.4 million viewers who tuned in for Super Bowl XLIX when the New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks on NBC Sports in 2015.

It was previously revealed that 113 million tuned in for the Chiefs’ glory but Nielsen reviewed the data and found irregularities in encoding and measuring out-of-home views.

Super Bowl LVI was watched by 112.3 million supporters, leading to a two percent increase in the audience this year.

Super Bowl LVII was the most-watched of all time with 115.1 million viewers tuning in

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The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 in a dramatic game in Arizona

‘We’re feeling pretty bullish about this matchup,’ Fox’s head of strategy analytics Michael Mulvihill told Front Office Sports before the game.

‘Pretty bullish about the markets involved. Great about the momentum that the league has coming into this week.

‘We’re looking for 115 million viewers — which would be a new record.’

Seahawks’ win over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII, broadcast by Fox, was watched by 112.7 million, while Super Bowl 50 on CBS Sports attracted 111.9 million fans when the Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers.

Earlier in the season, the Thanksgiving afternoon game between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys set the mark for the most-watched NFL regular-season game on record.

The Cowboys 28-20 victory on Fox averaged 42 million viewers, according to Nielsen, surpassing the 41.55 million average for the December 3, 1990, Monday night game between the Giants and San Francisco 49ers on ABC. Average viewer record numbers date to 1988.

The average viewership for the three Thanksgiving Day games on Thursday was 33.5 million, surpassing the previous high of 32.9 million in 1993, when two games were aired.

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