Kansas City Chiefs’ Overtime Victory Over The 49ers Takes Spot As Most Watched Super Bowl Ever

Kansas City Chiefs’ Overtime Victory Over The 49ers Takes Spot As Most Watched Super Bowl Ever


The game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers became the most watched Super Bowl ever after bringing in more than 123 million viewers on Sunday.

The Chiefs’ 25-22 victory in overtime gave CBS its most-watched telecast ever with 123.4 million average viewers across the CBS TV broadcast and platforms like Paramount+, Univision, NFL digital properties, and more, a press release from CBS Sports read.

The viewership for Sunday’s battle at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas saw a 7% increase over last year’s Super Bowl coverage which drew 115.1 million viewers, The Hollywood Reporter reported.

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At one point, more than 200 million viewers watched all or part of the 2024 Super Bowl, across networks, the release noted. That’s up by 10% over last year’s Super Bowl,

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