Final Record Setting Viewership Total For Super Bowl LVII Has Finally Been Revealed

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In a historic moment for the NFL, FOX Sports announced that Super Bowl LVII has set a new all-time record as the most-watched Super Bowl in history.

According to updated figures from Nielsen, a whopping 115.1 million viewers tuned in across FOX, FOX Deportes, and digital streaming services to witness the biggest game in American football on Sunday, February 12.

This new record surpasses the previous high set in 2015 during Super Bowl XLIX between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots. In that game, Tom Brady and his Patriots team emerged victorious after a last-minute interception of Russell Wilson at the goal-line.

Last year’s Super Bowl viewership was reported to be 112.3 million for Super Bowl LVI, which was held between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals.

It is worth noting that Nielsen has restated the viewership for FOX Sports’ presentation of Super Bowl LVII as 115.1 million viewers, following a thorough review that revealed “irregularities” in the encoding that enables Nielsen’s measurement of TV viewing. Additionally, there were issues with the out-of-home measurement of Super Bowl LVII.

The new record set by Super Bowl LVII is a testament to the enduring popularity of American football and the event’s status as a cultural phenomenon. The Super Bowl has long been a staple of American television, drawing in viewers from across the country and beyond. This year’s game was no exception, with fans tuning in from all corners of the globe to witness the high-stakes matchup between two of the league’s top teams.

Overall, the new record set by Super Bowl LVII is a significant achievement for Fox Sports and the NFL, highlighting the continued strength and popularity of the sport. As the league looks ahead to future seasons, it will undoubtedly strive to build on this success and continue to captivate audiences both on and off the field.