8.8 million Canadians watch Super Bowl history with record viewers

Super Bowl history

Super Bowl history – After a dominant performance led by the legendary Tom Brady, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ victory in SUPER BOWL LV is the third-most-watched SUPER BOWL ever in Canada, attracting an average audience of 8.8 million viewers on CTV, TSN, and RDS, according to preliminary data from Numeris. The game attracted significant engagement across the networks’ digital platforms, with SUPER BOWL live streaming on CTV, TSN, and RDS growing by 108% compared to last year.

Super Bowl history – Tom Brady Super Bowl Champion seven times
Toronto’s The Weeknd performing at the Super Bowl halftime show.

17.6 million unique Canadian viewers, accounting for 47% of Canada’s population, tuned in to watch some part of the NFL’s iconic championship game. Audiences peaked at 11 million viewers at 8:38 p.m. ET during the Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show headlined by Canadian superstar The Weeknd.

SUPER BOWL LV ranks as Canada’s most-watched broadcast of the 2020/21 broadcast season. CTV and TSN were the first and second most-watched networks in Canada on Sunday.

In the coveted post-game timeslot, the premiere of CTV’s highly-anticipated new series HOLMES FAMILY EFFECT attracted an average audience of 918,000 viewers and was the third-biggest overnight debut of the current broadcast year among A25-54, and the biggest debut for a Canadian series since CTV’s TRANSPLANT in 2020.

“Always a can’t-miss TV event of the year, we’re very proud to see SUPER BOWL LV go into the record books as the third-biggest ever in Canada,” said Stewart Johnston, Senior Vice President, Sales & Sports, Bell Media. “Bell Media joined a multitude of advertising clients in leveraging the biggest audiences of the year to showcase our original programming, including the debut of Canada’s latest hit original series HOLMES FAMILY EFFECT, which debuted to nearly a million viewers last night following the big game.”

Other articles from totimes.caotttimes.camtltimes.ca

Working remotely in The Bahamas

Montreal ‘caffeine pushers’ Taïna Chalifoux and Laurent Francheteau your java dealers (order your dealer for a fix)

Avocado or once known as Ahuacate

Super food avocado adventure – Earth to Body

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on email
Email
Is it possible to get an A for a 5-paragraph essay assignment in 1 hour? We can safely say yes, a student can get an A+ mark if he turns to EduJungles


oral health

The importance of prioritizing your oral health during the pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the health, social, and economic well-being of many people across the world. It has also profoundly affected the delivery of health services, including dental services. As such, oral health and access to dental care for many families has been severely delayed, if not restricted. Maintaining good oral health is

First SPVM female motorcycle officer

First SPVM female motorcycle officer

The SPVM is very proud to announce a great first. Policewoman Monelle Hébert recently became the first female motorcycle officer in the history of the Service. To do this, she successfully completed a complex and demanding selection process that was only successful by around 30% of applicants. The steps to qualify are long and very

Dorval picnic table reservation

City reconsiders charging for Dorval picnic table reservations

The City of Dorval received some backlash after people learned that Dorval was charging for picnic table reservations. The system on the website had a fee that was being charged for rentals. However, the City of Dorval will still be moving forward to with the reservation system on the weekends however, there will be no

The Tragically Hip

The Tragically Hip to perform at The 50th Annual JUNO Awards

Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductees, The Tragically Hip, will perform with singer-songwriter, Feist during The 50th Annual JUNO Awards. The performance from Toronto will be broadcast on Sunday, June 6, 2021 airing nationwide at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on CBC TV, CBC Gem, CBC Radio One, CBC Music and streaming globally on CBCmusic.ca/junos.  “We’re really happy to be performing on

Mtltimes Subscription

The latest on what’s moving Montreal and the world – delivered straight to your inbox