Super Bowl LVIII between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers left multiple emotions after the dramatic victory of Patrick Mahomes’ team over Brock Purdy’s team, coupled with Usher’s halftime show and the presence of Taylor Swift were enough ingredients to establish a rating record with historical overtones.
The American media, CBS, reported that the rating of Super Bowl LVIII was such that it became the most watched television program in history. Said media reported that 123.4 million people watched the Kansas City Chiefs’ two-time championship.
Surpassing the last Super Bowl between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs, which had 115.1 million viewers, which represented an increase of 7 percent.
CNN reported that The audience of the television broadcast was so large that it approached the rating of a historical moment such as the arrival to the Moon of Apollo 11. Which is the most viewed in history since 1969, since it is estimated that said broadcast had between 125 and 150 million viewers.
According to CBS, the Super Bowl LVIII It follows the audience trend that was recorded in the playoffs of this same season. Well, the AFC championship played between the Baltimore Ravens and the Kansas City Chiefs was the most watched in history.
On the other hand, according to data reported by Nielsen Fast National and Adobe Analytics, the NFL announced that up to 120 million viewers watched the Super Bowl LVIII on the CBS sports channel.
The other three million viewers watched it in different streaming options such as:
- CBS Sports