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Super Bowl 2024 Smashes Ratings Records

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Super Bowl 58 was the most watched telecast since the 1969 moon landing.

Sunday's matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers drew an average of over 123.4-million viewers across all platforms, with CBS drawing 112 million, the largest audience in history for a single network.

Over 200-million viewers watched all-or-part of the game across networks as well, up 10% from last year, which previously held the record.

The most recent television ratings rank Sunday's game just behind Apollo 11's historic moon landing, which was seen by an estimated 125 to 150 million people.

The game was also the most-streamed Super Bowl in history.

The Chiefs beat the 49ers 25-22.

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