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List of Super Bowl TV ratings


Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Super_Bowl_TV_ratings
Updated: 2017-07-26T19:18Z

The following is a list of television ratings for Super Bowl games.

TV ratings

DateSuper BowlNetworkAvg. U.S. viewersTotal U.S. viewersRatingShare$/30 Sec. AdRef(s)
January 15, 1967ICBS26,750,00051,180,00022.643$42,500[1]
NBC24,430,00018.536$37,500
January 14, 1968IICBS39,120,00036.868$54,500[1]
January 12, 1969IIINBC41,660,0003670$55,000[1]
January 11, 1970IVCBS44,270,00039.469$78,200[1]
January 17, 1971VNBC46,040,00039.975$72,500[1]
January 16, 1972VICBS56,640,00044.274$86,100[1]
January 14, 1973VIINBC53,320,00042.772$88,100[1]
January 13, 1974VIIICBS51,700,00041.673$103,500[1]
January 12, 1975IXNBC56,050,00042.472$107,000[1]
January 18, 1976XCBS57,710,00042.378$110,000[1]
January 9, 1977XINBC62,050,00044.473$125,000[1]
January 15, 1978XIICBS78,940,00047.267$162,300[1]
January 21, 1979XIIINBC74,740,00047.174$185,000[1]
January 20, 1980XIVCBS76,240,00046.367$222,000[1]
January 25, 1981XVNBC68,290,00044.463$275,000[1]
January 24, 1982XVICBS85,240,00049.173$324,300[1]
January 30, 1983XVIINBC81,770,00048.669$400,000[1]
January 22, 1984XVIIICBS77,620,00046.471$368,200[1]
January 20, 1985XIXABC85,530,00046.463$525,000[1]
January 26, 1986XXNBC92,570,00048.370$550,000[1]
January 25, 1987XXICBS87,190,00045.866$600,000[1]
January 31, 1988XXIIABC80,140,00041.962$645,000[1]
January 22, 1989XXIIINBC81,590,00043.568$675,000[1]
January 28, 1990XXIVCBS73,852,0003967$700,400[1]
January 27, 1991XXVABC79,510,00041.963$800,000[1]
January 26, 1992XXVICBS79,590,00040.361$850,000[1]
January 31, 1993XXVIINBC90,990,00045.166[1]
January 30, 1994XXVIII90,000,00045.566$900,000[1]
January 29, 1995XXIXABC83,420,00041.362$1,150,000[1]
January 28, 1996XXXNBC94,080,0004668$1,085,000[1]
January 26, 1997XXXIFox87,870,00043.365$1,200,000[1]
January 25, 1998XXXIINBC90,000,00044.567$1,291,100[1]
January 31, 1999XXXIIIFox83,720,00040.261$1,600,000[1]
January 30, 2000XXXIVABC88,465,00043.363$2,100,000[1]
January 28, 2001XXXVCBS84,335,00040.461$2,200,000[1]
February 3, 2002XXXVIFox86,801,00040.461[1]
January 26, 2003XXXVIIABC88,637,00040.761[1]
February 1, 2004XXXVIIICBS89,795,000144,400,00041.463$2,302,200[1][2]
February 6, 2005XXXIXFox86,072,00041.162$2,400,000[1]
February 5, 2006XLABC90,745,00041.662$2,500,000[1]
February 4, 2007XLICBS93,184,00042.664$2,385,365[1]
February 3, 2008XLIIFox97,448,000148,300,00043.165$2,699,963[1][3]
February 1, 2009XLIIINBC98,732,000151,600,0004264$3,000,000[1][3]
February 7, 2010XLIVCBS106,476,000153,400,0004568$2,800,000[1][2]
February 6, 2011XLVFox111,010,000162,900,0004669$3,100,000[1][2][4]
February 5, 2012XLVINBC111,346,000163,500,0004771$3,500,000[1][4]
February 3, 2013XLVIICBS108,690,000164,100,00046.369$4,000,000[1][5]
February 2, 2014XLVIIIFox112,200,000167,000,00046.769[6]
February 1, 2015XLIXNBC114,400,000168,000,00047.571$4,500,000[7][8]
February 7, 2016LCBS111,860,000167,000,00046.672$5,000,000[5][9]
February 5, 2017LIFox111,300,000172,000,00045.373$5,002,000[10]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au Cancel Bear, The (1 February 2014). "Will 'Super Bowl XLVIII' TV Viewership Set A New Record? (Poll+ Ratings History)". TVbytheNumbers. Retrieved 10 October 2015. 
  2. ^ a b c Seidman, Robert (February 7, 2011). "Super Bowl XLV Breaks Viewing Record, Averages 111 Million Viewers". TV by the Numbers. Retrieved October 16, 2015. 
  3. ^ a b "Super Bowl Gives NBC 42.0 Rating, Record 98.7 Million Viewers". Sports Business Daily. February 3, 2009. Retrieved October 16, 2015. 
  4. ^ a b "Super Bowl Ad Cost: Rates For Commercials Climbs Through The Years". Huffington Post. January 25, 2013. Retrieved October 16, 2015. 
  5. ^ a b Hagemann, Andie (February 8, 2016). "Super Bowl 50 most-watched program in TV history". NFL.com. Retrieved February 11, 2016. 
  6. ^ O'Connell, Mitchell (February 3, 2014). "TV Ratings: Super Bowl XLVIII Is Most Watched in History With 112.2 Million Viewers". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved October 16, 2015. 
  7. ^ Bibel, Sara (February 3, 2015). "Sunday Final Ratings: 'The Blacklist' Adjusted Down & Final Super Bowl Numbers". TV by the Numbers. Retrieved October 16, 2015. 
  8. ^ Breech, John (February 2, 2015). "Super Bowl 49 watched by 114.4M, sets U.S. TV viewership record". CBS Sports. Retrieved October 18, 2015. 
  9. ^ Brown, Maury (February 8, 2016). "Super Bowl 50 Posts Near-Record TV Ratings With 111.9 Million Viewers". Forbes. Retrieved February 11, 2016. 
  10. ^ http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2017/02/06/super-bowl-li-falcons-patriots-tv-rating-fox/97546162/

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