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Super Bowl XLV Achieved Record With 111 Million TV Viewers

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Super Bowl XLV broke his own record and had set new record with 111 million tv viewers. Officially, it was confirmed that 111 million people have watched the America’s one of the big event Super Bowl XLV.

Last year, Super Bowl XLIV set a record with 106.5 million tv viewers and this game was between New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts. On Monday, Nielsen Co. announced that 111 million people watched the Super Bowl XLV game between Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers. In this game, Green Bay Packers overwhelmed Pittsburgh Steelers with 31-25.

The big game between two big franchises Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers directly helps the Fox channel. In addition to that, the game was interesting till the end.

Ben Roethlisberger’s failure pass to Mike Wallace is the most-watched single play of the game. The last four Super Bowl games and the Super Bowl that was held on February 28, 1983 are recorded as five most-watched events in U.S. TV history.

2010-2011 NFL regular season has got the high television ratings compared to earlier seasons. 13 percent viewership was increased this year compared to last season.

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