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Super Bowl XLV most watched program in television history

In terms of viewership, Sunday night’s Super Bowl XLV was the most watched program in television history.

FOX reported on Monday that 111 million viewers were tuned in to watch the game.

That exceeds the 106.5 million viewers who watched last year’s game between the Saints and the Colts and surpasses the 106 million who watched the final episode of “M*A*S*H” in 1983.

In terms of ratings, Super Bowl XLV posted a 46.0 rating and 69 share, meaning that 46 percent of the nation’s households were tuned in to the game and that 69 percent of all of the television sets that were on at the time were tuned into the Super Bowl. 

This marks the fourth straight year that a Super Bowl telecast has set a viewership record and marks the first time a major sporting event has hit a record high in four straight years.

In general, it was a remarkable year for football viewing, as the ratings and viewership for all of the NFL’s telecasts this season were up significantly on every network.

In addition, Sunday Night Football ended the year as the most-watched program in all of television.

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Super Bowl XLV most watched program in television history

In terms of viewership, Sunday night’s Super Bowl XLV was the most watched program in television history.

FOX reported on Monday that 111 million viewers were tuned in to watch the game.

That exceeds the 106.5 million viewers who watched last year’s game between the Saints and the Colts and surpasses the 106 million who watched the final episode of “M*A*S*H” in 1983.

In terms of ratings, Super Bowl XLV posted a 46.0 rating and 69 share, meaning that 46 percent of the nation’s households were tuned in to the game and that 69 percent of all of the television sets that were on at the time were tuned into the Super Bowl. 

This marks the fourth straight year that a Super Bowl telecast has set a viewership record and marks the first time a major sporting event has hit a record high in four straight years.

In general, it was a remarkable year for football viewing, as the ratings and viewership for all of the NFL’s telecasts this season were up significantly on every network.

In addition, Sunday Night Football ended the year as the most-watched program in all of television.

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Headline, Industry News

Super Bowl XLV most watched program in television history

In terms of viewership, Sunday night’s Super Bowl XLV was the most watched program in television history.

FOX reported on Monday that 111 million viewers were tuned in to watch the game.

That exceeds the 106.5 million viewers who watched last year’s game between the Saints and the Colts and surpasses the 106 million who watched the final episode of “M*A*S*H” in 1983.

In terms of ratings, Super Bowl XLV posted a 46.0 rating and 69 share, meaning that 46 percent of the nation’s households were tuned in to the game and that 69 percent of all of the television sets that were on at the time were tuned into the Super Bowl. 

This marks the fourth straight year that a Super Bowl telecast has set a viewership record and marks the first time a major sporting event has hit a record high in four straight years.

In general, it was a remarkable year for football viewing, as the ratings and viewership for all of the NFL’s telecasts this season were up significantly on every network.

In addition, Sunday Night Football ended the year as the most-watched program in all of television.

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