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Super Bowl 2014 Ratings: 96.88 Million Viewers, Down from Last Year

Super Bowl 2014 Ratings: 96.88 Million Viewers, Down from Last Year

UPDATE: Super Bowl ratings have been adjusted to a record 111.5 million viewers! Read the full story.

The ratings for the 2014 Super Bowl are in and a total of 96.88 million viewers tuned in to watch the big game on Fox, which is down 4.71% from last year.

In the all important 18-49 demo, the game pulled in a 34.4 rating and 67 share. That means that 34.4 percent of all people in the demo with televisions were tuned in while 67% of people actually watching television while the game aired were tuned in.

Following the big game, the new episode of New Girl was watched by a massive 25.8 million viewers, while 14.8 million people tuned in to watch Golden Globe winner Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

Make sure to watch Bruno MarsSuper Bowl halftime show if you missed it and also check out our recap of all the commercials that aired throughout the night.

DID YOU WATCH the 2014 Super Bowl last night?

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5 Comments

# 1

I knew Bruno could not match the Queens numbers

# 4

Manning is so overrated. Hahaha

# 5

111.5 million actually

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