Super Bowl viewership soared to a record-breaking 123.4 million as the Kansas City Chiefs secured a victory over the San Francisco 49ers in an overtime spectacle.

The 2024 Super Bowl achieved record-breaking viewership, drawing an audience of 123.4 million across various platforms including CBS, Paramount+, Univision, N.F.L. digital channels, and a child-friendly broadcast on Nickelodeon. This impressive viewership figure surpassed the previous year's record of 115.1 million viewers, marking a significant milestone in N.F.L. ratings, especially in light of overall trends of declining traditional television viewership. The game itself was charged with excitement, extending into overtime and culminating with a winning touchdown pass by the Kansas City Chiefs, featuring star performances by quarterback Patrick Mahomes and tight end Travis Kelce.