There were plenty of eyes on Super Bowl LVII at State Farm Stadium last February.
After a review of the numbers by Nielson Media Research, a record 115.1 million viewers tune in to the big game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles across Fox, Fox Deportes and digital streaming services.
That’s up from the preliminary numbers (113 million viewers) released on Monday after the game.
It was one to remember for Chiefs fans, who watched quarterback Patrick Mahomes complete 77.8% of his passes and score a trio of touchdowns en route to a 38-35 victory over signal-caller Jalen Hurts and the Eagles.
After the loss, Philadelphia saw defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon (Arizona Cardinals) and Shane Steichen (Indianapolis Colts) take coaching roles elsewhere.
The updated numbers from Super Bowl LVII coincidentally surpass the 114.4 million mark set by Super Bowl XLIX in 2015, which was also held in Arizona.
It was a memorable 28-24 win for future Hall of Famer Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in the desert, knocking off coach Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks after a late interception by cornerback Malcolm Butler.
The 2023 contest also saw a 2% increase from the 112.3 million viewers of last year’s Super Bowl between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals.
In that one, quarterback Aaron Donald got his ring in a 23-20 victory over quarterback Joe Burrow and the Bengals.