Super Bowl ratings higher than ever in Canada

The Super Bowl audience keeps getting bigger each year in Canada. CTV scored 7,280,000 overnight, estimated viewers for Sunday’s big game, well up from the 6,537,000 counted in the overnights the year before. The combined CTV/RDS audience in Canada was tallied at 8.15 million, up from 7.3 million in 2011 and 6.9 million in 2010.
CTV drew an overnight, estimated 4,630,000 to Sunday’s half-hour kick off show and another 4,289,000 to the post game festivities. The season premiere of The Voice, which began at 10:20 p.m., clocked in at 2,395,000 viewers.
NBC scored an even bigger touchdown with their Super Bowl audience, with an estimated 111.3 million tuning in–a record U.S. TV audience. An added 37.61 million stuck around for The Voice on NBC.

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One Response to “Super Bowl ratings higher than ever in Canada”

  1. The CTV Press release said “Pulling in double-digit market ratings, SUPER BOWL XLVI drew record ratings for total viewers in all markets.” but didn’t give any details. Do you have the individual city ratings?

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