The first Super Bowl of the COVID era shows that the “Big Game” is still TV’s top draw — even if audience levels slid slightly in both the U.S. and Canada. Host broadcaster CBS claims Super Bowl LV had a Total Audience Delivery of 96.4 million viewers across all their platforms, including the main broadcast
Netflix seems to be cramming content on a daily basis in an all out effort to keep subscribers hooked. In a little over a week, Disney and Apple are both launching their own, robust SVOD services. One of Netflix’s latest releases is Living with Yourself, an eight-part series from former Daily Show producer Timothy Greenberg.
Sunday night’s low scoring Super Bowl LIII game between the champion New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams was more of a super bore. As a result, ratings slid on both sides of the border. In the United States, it was a more pronounced decline. CBS claims the three-and-a-half-hour telecast posted a total audience
The Super Bowl remains — by far — the biggest draw on television. But will Sunday’s Super Bowl LIII arrest the ratings slide that has occurred the past few years? And will Canadians still be able to watch the U.S. feed (this year on CBS) and, therefore, all those big-budget American Super Bowl commercials? Here’s