Super Bowl LVIII most-watched TV event since moon landing
The game went into overtime and saw the Chiefs edge out the 49ers 25-22.
Sunday evening's Super Bowl showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers was the most-watched television event since the Moon Landing in 1969.
The game went into overtime and saw the Chiefs edge out the 49ers 25-22. The spectacle averaged 123.4 million viewers, CBS announced. The game ran on Paramount+ and CBS, with the latter accounting for 120.0 million viewers.
Between 125-150 million people watched the Apollo 11 moon landing, according to CNN.
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