Super Bowl posted its worst viewer rating since 2007.
Every year Super Bowl is broadcasted on cable networks throughout America and other parts of the world. The super Bowl is one of the most-watched shows of the year on American television and the National Football League's biggest game of the year.
Each year over a hundred million viewers tune in to watch the finale. This year's Super Bowl edition LV Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs went against each other at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Tampa Bay became the winners with a score of 31-9. However, the match failed to do one thing: to cross the hundred million viewers mark.
According to the reports, Super Bowl LV attracted approximately 96.4 million viewers on February 07, 2021. This is the lowest number of Super Bowl viewers since 2007 in which the Indianapolis Colts played the Chicago Bears.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers won against Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl LV. Photo Source: CBS Sports
Nielsen, a research firm that handles television viewership data, released a statement that the numbers represent TVs in places like bars and restaurants and augment viewership data for the NFL.