If 162.9 million viewers in the U.S. for Super Bowl XLV wasn’t impressive enough, Sunday’s game was also the most-watched Super Bowl ever on Canadian television.
According to CTV, 7.3 million Canadian viewers tuned in, the most-watched television broadcast in Canada since the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.
Among adults aged 18-49, the game receivedÂ a 63 share and a 62 share among adults 25-54. All in all, 17.3 million unique viewers watched Super Bowl XLV – or more than one in two Canadians (52.2%) – on CTV and RDS.
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