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Old 14.02.2017, 12:11 AM
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The live Super Bowl coverage didn't rank in the top 10 programmes for week ending 5th February on either Sky Sports 1, 3 or Mix. It got at least less than 134,000 on Sky Sports 1, so given that last year it got only 122,000 on that channel it can be assumed, when taking into account the BBC's numbers, that the viewing figures for the Super Bowl are roughly treading water if you also take Gamepass numbers into account as well (assuming there were no more than 50,000 viewers there which seems generous).
I don't have Sky but I was intending to watch on BBC and switched to Gamepass once it became clear that the BBC weren't using the Fox comms and took the international feed instead.
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A full six-hour replay of the Super Bowl at 8am on Monday morning was watched by 36k people on SS3, whilst 12k watched a replay which started at midday on SSMix.

Two-hour-long highlights of the game were watched by 31k people at 6pm Monday on SS3, with a further 14k watching on Tuesday at 18pm on SSMix.
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Old 21.02.2017, 12:11 PM
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...also another 31,000 watched the Super Bowl live on BBC iPlayer.

No doubt all these few thousands here and there including reruns and highlights are totted up to the total of 'around/just under/just over 4 million viewers, making it the most watched Super Bowl ever in the UK*'





*not including any Super Bowl broadcast in the 1980's....
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...also another 31,000 watched the Super Bowl live on BBC iPlayer.

No doubt all these few thousands here and there including reruns and highlights are totted up to the total of 'around/just under/just over 4 million viewers, making it the most watched Super Bowl ever in the UK*'





*not including any Super Bowl broadcast in the 1980's....
LOL at *

Ratings are indeed now a funny beast to contend with.
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Nice bit of capturing some NFL speak but I think these extra viewing figures scarcely send the total beyond 1 million. At the moment the figures are poor compared with "sports" such as snooker or darts let alone soccer or rugby. Given that many of the games show viewing figures less than the Wembley attendance I cannot see Sky wanting to continue with the level of broadcasting without seeing a major upturn. Talk of a future London franchise or the game about to go mainstream have meant nothing to the general UK public. NFL need to have a serious re-think over the way it approaches this .
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